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Full-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour including Petronas Towers and Batu Caves
"After being picked up from your hotel your driver/guide will show you the charms of the Malaysian capital that are only known to the locals. You’ll have photo stops at King’s Palace Independence Square and at the famous Petronas Twin Towers! Head up to the observation deck of the Twin Towers with your admission ticket where a guide will provide a briefing about the structure before you take in the spectacular city views. On the tour you’ll see the National Monument the National Mosque and the Old Railway Station. Also enjoy a visit to Batu Caves
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"Batu Caves
"Batu Caves Elephant Conservation Center and Bukit Melawati Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur""Itinerary 9am - Depart for Batu Caves a limestone outcrop and 272 steps climb takes to the temple of Hindu deity Lord Subramaniam who is honored during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam in January or February every year. The statue of the Hindu deity stands at 140 feet and was built at a cost have some time feeding and petting the gentle giants. Bathing of the elephants is subject to river conditions. Bring an extra changing clothes just in case. 4pm - A relaxed drive through the countryside to Bukit Melawati in Kuala Selangor. have some time feeding and interacting with the monkeys. These friendly silvered leaf monkeys live in clusters of 6 to 10 and their infants are orange in color and after 3 months turn silver. They live on young leaves wild shoots and fruits. This is a unique brush with nature and a take-home experience.7pm - Seafood dinner at a riverside cafe.8pm - Take an enjoyable boat ride to watch fireflies fizzing along the mangroves. The fireflies congregate on m
From $188.00
 
"Full-Day Tour: Kuala Lumpur City Including Kuala Lumpur Tower
3 in 1 Day Tour Kuala Lumpur City Tour Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur Tower"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel before departing for the Kuala Lumpur Tower for a bird's eye view of the city at 9am. It houses the telecommunication and meteorological stations and a revolving restaurant.  Your next stop is a photo shoot of the Twin Towers.Visit the breat Lord Subramaniam who is honored during ""Thaipusam"" in January or February every year. You will also see his 140 foot (42.7 m) statue. Batu Caves is said to be one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. Please be aware that you must be dressed appropriately to you will visit a pewter factory with a guided tour. See handcrafted souvenir items made out of tin copper and antimony.  You will also stop at a batik design factory to see how hand-drawn and block printing is done on cloth.Next
From $125.00

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What you see inside the Temple Cave.

Inside the cave there are some different spots for ceremonies. There are always some priests to assist the devotees with their prayers. You can also see the thin layers of the limestone hanging from...
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Batu Caves Overview

The Batu Cave Complex was discovered by local malaysian chinese in the 1860's and mining was done and harvesting of guano (bat feces) also was done. In the 1890's a local Malaysian Indian named K....
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Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur Tour or Transport

the Batu Caves is located about 13 kilometers north of the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur (the modern City Center where Petronas Towers are located and also Known as KLCC, while dowtown is around the...
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Batu Caves Police Stand

Usually there is less police officers on duty unless during religion festival such as Thaipusam day when Batu caves would be crowded by Hindus religion people from all over Malaysia, and the visitors...
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RM2 fee for the Car Park

To visit Batu Caves temple, visitor just have to pay the car parking fee if they are by car. If they are by bus, they are free to walk around unless they want to follow a show which they have to pay...
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The Lord Murugan statue.

The statue is nearly 43 metres tall. It consists of 250 tonnes of concrete and metall bars, with a layer of 300 litres of gold painting on top. It was brought in place by means of a helicopter in...
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Lord Murugan

Lord Murugan is the God of War in Tamil Hinduism. His weapons are bow and spear.He is son of Parvati, one of Shiva, the Destroyer's, wives. You mostly see Lord Murugan together with a peacock, which...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Batu Caves...

Batu Caves is about 13 km from KL. Batu Caves consists of 3 main caves, the biggest is the Temple Cave.We have to climb up the 272 steps to reach the top !A visit to Batu Caves is a must while you...
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Top Things to Do in Batu Caves

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272 steps

If you want to visit Batu Caves, the best day is on Thaipusam Celebration. You embark on the journey as early as 4pm-5pm (Thaipusam Celebration) and you'll see people starting to walk to the holy cave...
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Hindu Gods & Goddesses

one thing that I have noticed is that the Difference between the Balinese style of Hinduism from the Main Indian and Tamil Style of Hinduism is that the Balinese don't display many Hindu Gods and...
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