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All reviews kl sentral be careful worth a visit hindu temple golden statue huge statue steep steps dark cave train station main cave take your time wild monkeys worth the climb worth the effort last stop must visit place early in the morning
After a long hot sunny day touring the city my last stop was to see Batu Caves before I leave KL. Rain clouds appeard whitin minutes after arrival so only got to see Temple and Stairs from bottom. The rain put a damper on things...More
Beautiful temple full of colours.
If u want to click good pictures arrive early morning as it will be less crowded. After 8 the tourists buses starts coming and no point of clicking the pictures with too many people at the back.
the temple is very big. You don't have to pay for tickets,but because it is temple, so if you use short pants, you must rent a clothes or like sarong.
there's a kot of monkey...so beware of your belongings
I arrived at 6am and went inside the temple just left of the main steps and waited till 630 when the open the doors for the 272 steps. I was the only one there other than the three workers who were turning on the lights...More
Perfect exaple how people and tourism have destroyed something extraordinary made by mother nature. If you try hard you can imagine how beautiful, serene and divine this place one day was. Now it’s a filthy shopping mall, only, it’s difficult to find so dirty shopping...More
We took the shuttle bus from KL for 35 ringiits, quick and easy, gave us 2 hours at the caves. More than 270 steps to the cave. It was quite a hard climb and the steps are very steep. Just when you think you've climbed...More
£5 will get you a taxi from KL and you can get one back when you are there. The caves are worth seeing but for me it was all about the monkeys, they are the real stars of the caves. You can buy food for...More
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It's a climb on 272 stairsteps. You can rest halfway and take pictures. Unless you're with a tour group and given limited time, in that case you have to rush and it might not be enjoyable anymore. Sep-Oct should be fine, I... More
It's a climb on 272 stairsteps. You can rest halfway and take pictures. Unless you're with a tour group and given limited time, in that case you have to rush and it might not be enjoyable anymore. Sep-Oct should be fine, I guess. It's a one-hour drive from KL and for me, yes, it's worth it.
The two places that I would recommend for an evening adventure in KL would be; Jalan Alor Night Food Market and Petaling Street Market (China Town) Just keep your wits about for crafty people and make sure you book your... More
The two places that I would recommend for an evening adventure in KL would be; Jalan Alor Night Food Market and Petaling Street Market (China Town) Just keep your wits about for crafty people and make sure you book your grab/taxi (highly recommend grab) from a strong signal area e.g. busy main road. Hope this helps.