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Batu Caves

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Another must-see when you visit KL. It's not really located at central KL so if you find it quite far or if you have no more time, you can scrap it on your itinerary. Although you can finish a tour of the place in half a day. Most of the people you will see here are tourists and Hindus. Batu Caves has no entrance fee. But, be ready to climb 200+ steps. It's all worth it since you can get nice photos here. To get to Batu Caves, just ride the KTM Komuter train and alight at Batu Caves station. It’s the last station of the KTM Komuter line. The fare costs 1 Ringgit (around US$ 0.30) to get to the Batu Caves station, and 2 Ringgit (around US$ 50) for the return trip to KL Sentral. If you took the taxi to get here, I think... Read More
Another must-see when you visit KL. It's not really located at central KL so if you find it quite far or if you have no more time, you can scrap it on your itinerary. Although you can finish a tour of the place in half a day. Most of the people you will see here are tourists and Hindus. Batu Caves has no entrance fee. But, be ready to climb 200+ steps. It's all worth it since you can get nice photos here. To get to Batu Caves, just ride the KTM Komuter train and alight at Batu Caves station. It’s the last station of the KTM Komuter line. The fare costs 1 Ringgit (around US$ 0.30) to get to the Batu Caves station, and 2 Ringgit (around US$ 50) for the return trip to KL Sentral. If you took the taxi to get here, I think the fare would be 100 Ringgit (around US$ 25). So budget-wise, take the train.
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