Batu Caves Murugan Temple
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Batu Caves are situated thirteen kilometers (7 miles) north of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. They are the sacred place for the Hindu's in Malaysia. They consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The caves are made of limestones.
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Limestone caves at the top of steep steps housing Hindu temples & shrines, plus a huge deity statue 位于陡峭台阶顶部的石灰洞穴,里面有印度教寺庙和神龛，以及一尊巨大的神像
It is a Hindu Temple which is famous in Malaysia. You can get to know more about the Hindu culture and religion. There are thousands of staircase for people who like to hiking. Quite a touristy spot.
A World Heritage Treasure. My favourite spot - not just for tourists - this is sacred prayer place. There are almost 200 steps into this amazing cave. Try to go close to dawn to avoid caves and participate in the temple offerings. A good place to feed the birds to honour freedom for all.
To experienced a tall, golden statue sits at the base of a staircase leading visitors to a snug Hindu cave temple
Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a truly magnificent series of caves and cave temples plus a giant golden statue of Lord Murugan, a Hindu god.
The Batu Caves entrance fee is free. However, there are a few smaller caves nearby which can be visited. The fee for visiting these caves is between 5 and 10 MYR. Dress respectfully. Similar to most temples in Southeast Asia, you are not allowed inside if you are wearing short pants or short skirts…
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