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Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This is a interesting destination for anyone want to leave the noisy of Kuala Lumpur.

Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia

Besides Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves is also a famous attractive destination tourists in Malaysia thanks to come here easily from Kuala Lumpur, tourists can choose way of movement by train, bus or taxi.

Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia

Batu Caves is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. To reach main cave, visitors have to step over 272 steps where has monkeys sit along the way

These steps is the way direct to main cave
These steps is the way direct to main cave

Along the way, these monkeys could be see

Along the way, these monkeys could be see

The most highlight of Batu Caves is Murugan Statue that is the highest statue of the world with a height of 42,7m.

The most highlight of Batu Caves is Murugan Statue that is the highest statue of the world with a height of 42,7m.
The majesty landscape of Batu Caves
The majesty landscape of Batu Caves
There are many big and small statue in here
There are many big and small statue in here

The Batu Caves serve as the focus of the Hindu community's yearly Thaipusam festival. This festival often organize in October of Hindu calendar, in the fact it's between January and February lunar

Many Hindu devotees come here to join Thaipusam festival

Many Hindu devotees come here to join Thaipusam festival
Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia
Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia

Dark Cave is the largest cave in Batu Caves, sits below the temple cave. Dark Cave has length of 2km, with rock formations and a number of animals found nowhere else. Stalactites jutting from the cave's ceiling and stalagmites rising from the floor form intricate formations such as cave curtains, flow stones, cave pearls and scallops which took thousands of years to form.

Dark Cave is a only cave, visitors have to buy ticket and don't access free.

Mystery of Batu Caves in Malaysia

Opening Hours: 6h am - 21h pm

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