Sunday, May 6, 2012

Batu Caves

Batu Caves is a limestone hill and the biggest Hinddu Temple Cave, in the Gombak district, 13 KM (8 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur.The caves has a 100m-high ceiling, to reach the main cave you have to climb stairways 272 steps.

BE AWARE;
YOUR're facing the wildlife monkeys which attract with the offering food." So Please don't feed the monkeys" and be aware not too bring food which will attract the monkeys to follow you!
And be aware the floor very slippery during wet, walk slowly and wear good foot wear to climb the stairs.

Great View;
Enjoy the nice view when you reach to the entrance of the cave, in good weather you can see the Petronas Twin Tower from here.


Lord Murugan statue is about 42.7-meter (141 feet) tall, It is located at the Sri Subramaniar Temple at the foot of Batu Caves.


Background view the 272steps stairways to the cave


Batu Caves great Goddess

Another short step to the top

Holy prayer


Short video along the way and the great walk with the monkeys :) watchOUT for the monkeys! no time for monkey photo... i run before they snatch my camera... anyway really enjoy my walk with all of you.

Among the goddess

View from the cave entrance

Among the models

272steps to climb
Getting Here:
KTM Kommuter 
Port Klang – Batu Caves line
A convenient place to catch the train is from KL Sentral.
Batu Caves is 13 KM from the city center and a taxi should not cost too much if they use the meter.
DRIVING
If you plan to drive, it is just off the MRR2 Jalan Ipoh roundabout. 
From Kuala Lumpur on Jalan Kuching - Jalan Ipoh, turn up to Bulatan Batu Caves and take the 3 o’clock exit. Batu caves is at the next exit. 
the view from Dark caves and can see the city from here

Thanks "Start your day with a SMILE"
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