Batu Caves

Batu Caves, Malaysia

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The mountainous climb, Batu Caves, Malaysia travel blog

The mountainous climb

A travel blog entry by mitz24

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For a very cheap train train and free entrance a trip to the Batu Caves is very worthwhile. They are located on the outskirts of KL. In my opinion the caves are a definite must see while in KL just to either see the golden structure of Lord Murugan ...

Babel fish on tour, Batu Caves, Malaysia travel blog

Babel fish on tour

A travel blog entry by jawad

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The Batu Caves are relatively easy to get to if you know where to catch the bus from. We caught the 11D from outside the Bangkok Bank in Chinatown. There are other buses that go there (we caught the 69 coming back) but the 11D is regular enough at 15 ...

The Hinduist ethics and the spirit of consumerism, Batu Caves, Malaysia travel blog

The Hinduist ethics and the spirit of consumerism

A travel blog entry by ifranz

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... but everything changes after a night of sleep and some good experiences.   This morning I decided to give a try to Batu Caves, a complex of shrines built in a stunning set of caves surrounded by tropical trees and lakes. Climbing 272 steps ...

KL continued...., Batu Caves, Malaysia travel blog

KL continued....

A travel blog entry by hcleighton

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... world's largest beer tankard standing at over 6ft and able to hold approx 3000L. Party time! After this we went to the Batu Caves which I was looking forward to. There's a big golden hindu statue thing outside these massive limestone caves. 272 steps up ...