Batu Caves Transportation

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    RAPIDKL = cozy bus from KL to Batu Cave

    by wibisono Updated Jun 2, 2006

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    Me and my mom in RAPIDKL
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    By using RAPIDKL, you can get reasonable and cozy transportation to Batu Cave from KL. Here is your route:

    (1) Go to TITI WANGSA terminal, using the RED city shuttle bus Route No.101, 102, 103, 104 (RM2 for a whole day trip).
    (2) From TITI WANGSA terminal go to WARTA LAMA bus stop, using the BLUE trunk bus Route No.2T3 (RM2 for a whole day trip).
    (3) Cross the road and search for GREEN local bus Route No.21 (RM1 for a whole day trip). Total = RM5 per person.
    Use the same route to return to KL. Just make sure you don't lost your ticket.

    Enjoy my tip, Guys.

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    Public transport.

    by Askla Updated Nov 15, 2012

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    Batu Caves is located about 13km North of Kuala Lumpur city centre. You can take Intrakota bus No 11D from the Central Market annexe or the Cityliner bus No 69 at Jalan Pudu to get there.

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    Many Ways...

    by coceng Written Feb 11, 2004

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    The amazing Batu Caves !

    There are many ways to arrive at Batu Caves...
    Buses from KL, taxis from KL or you could also cycling to Batu Caves from KL, but just be careful of the trafiics, okay.
    I took a cab from my house in Bandar Utama to Batu Caves, just about 20 minutes...guess you don't really want to know that !
    The photo showing another great sight of Batu Caves that I took !...From the ground that was...

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    Private Tour Vans

    by machomikemd Written Jun 13, 2014

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    private van or AUV service is cheaper as prices here are cheap since gasoline prices are subsidized in Malaysia, where a liter of premium unleaded gasoline is ony RM 2.15!

    There are many Tour Companies around Kuala Lumpur and Genting offering this service that goes vice versa to both areas.

    there are two kinds of private van tours, the first one is via a tour company private van tour of which the entrance fees of the attractions and or lunch is included (if you booked a whole day tour, which is different from the half day tour and full day tour as half day tours lasts 4 to 5 hours while the full day tour lasts 8 to 10 hours) and the cost is about 250 to 300 RM per person, depending on the number of locations visited like for example: chin swee caves in genting then half day kuala lumpur or whole day kuala lumpur tour of which the Batu Caves (along the way to Genting Highlands) is included.

    Or you can hire the private van with the driver cum tour guide in one and the entrances to all attaction you would go wii be paid by your own pocket. a whole day tour without paid entrances to attractions is about 180 to 200 RM per person (But Entrance to the Batu Caves is free!)

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    Bus Number 11

    by meerkatlondon Updated Sep 30, 2010

    I caught the bus number 11 from downtown KL (outside the Bangkok Bank).The price of the ticket is 2.50 Rand (approx-50pence). however the bus I found was slow mainly due to traffic and the fact the bus stop at a couple of villages.In total the journey lasted about 45 minutes. the lady conductor will shout out the batu stop. You cross the juntion (crazy freeway system-watch out when crossing). After you finished there are taxi touts outside, I was quoted 45 rand and the guy stated there are no more taxi's availible.dont be fooled-outside on the main road there are plenty of taxi's. I was offered a taxi for 25 rand which i accepted(even though i still knew this was too much - however I was too tired to haggle).

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  • New Train line to Batu Caves

    by Putrajaya Written Oct 26, 2010

    There is a new train line to Batu Caves. You can catch the train from KL Sentral ( Kuala Lumpur Central station). The train terminal is right next to Batu Caves ( need to walk 3 minutes). Costs 2 Ringgits. which is cheaper than the Bus (no 11) that costs 2.50 Ringgits. It is more comfortable by train. If you join a tour, they charge 70 Ringgits. For taxi, you have to haggle with them, expect to pay 40 ringgits or more one way.

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    Hitch a Ride

    by ATXtraveler Updated Mar 4, 2007

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    I had to add a picture of this monkey mother and baby... as I reflected on the 272 steps, I thought the baby had a much easier time making it to the top!

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    Batu Caves - Bukit Bintang

    by shintarojon Written Nov 10, 2007
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    Bukit Bintang - Batu Caves

    Batu Caves - Terminal Putra by taxi - RM 15.00
    Terminal Putra - KL Sentral by monorail - RM 2.40
    KL Sentral - Bukit Bintang by monorail - RM 2.10

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