Batu Caves:The Batu Caves are one of the most famous attractions in Kuala Lumpur, and even if you only have one day in KL, you must visit it.The 400 million years old cave is located outside of town and you can go there using public transportation. The KTM Blue Line leaves from KL Sentral station and the last stop is the Batu Caves.TIP:Don’t forget to dress respectfully as the Caves are a complex of Hindu temples and people from all around the world go there to visit and pray.Petaling Street, the Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur:
We visited the mesmerizing Batu Caves. These are larger than life limestone caves with Hindu temples inside them. But before that, one needs to pull the socks to negotiate approximately 270 steps to reach these caves.
3. BATU CAVES Batu Caves is one of the most famous attractions in KL. I recommend going early in the morning to avoid major crowd. These over 400 million years old limestone caves look beautiful from outside. The world's tallest statue of Murugan is located outside the cave. The steps up to the cave were a nice little workout. Beware of the monkeys here. Don't forget to dress respectfully or else they will cover you up with sarong with a minimum fee. Upon reaching the main cave area you will numerous shrines. This is a decent spot to visit once. There were guided dark cave tours too but unfortunately, they weren't open when I reached.