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Batu Caves Tour from Kuala Lumpur

Highlights
  • Take a no-hassle tour of the Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur 
  • Let a guide bring the history of the Hindu shrines to life
  • Ideal first trip for travelers to orient themselves
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Batu Caves Tour from Kuala Lumpur
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Overview
For many, arriving in an unfamiliar country can be disorienting, and organizing itineraries can be quite the challenge. Leave that to someone else with this trip to the Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur. Delve into the history of the Batu Caves, and then visit the Malaysian Batik Centre and Royal Selangor Pewter Visitor Centre. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
What to Expect

This tour begins with hotel pickup in Kuala Lumpur. If you’ve just arrived to the city, the scenic drive provides a good way to orient yourself.

You’ll arrive at the Batu Caves, limestone masses home to golden Hindu shrines and a plethora of grey macaques. Let your guide bring the Hindu history of the monument to life and ascend 272 steps to the statue of Lord Murugan.

Following a tour of the Cathedral Cave, you’ll head to the Malaysian Batik Centre and Royal Selangor Pewter Visitor Centre to further explore Malaysian culture by hearing about two of the country's most popular handicrafts. 

Afterward, climb back onto your coach and return to your Kuala Lumpur hotel.

Reviews (604)
1 - 5 of 71 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Nice experience 182 steps!

Be careful and watch the monkey dont bring anything food or even bottled of water cause the monkey will wants it i almost get a monkey attack trying to get my drinking bottle haha did not know have store in the cave selling water up...More

1  Thank vonvoyageButterfly
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Historical place

Nice place and you can visit a temple of one lord god. Have to go through around 500 steps and you will see a natural cave which created into a temple. Nice experience.

1  Thank Lahiru G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Huge

I never expected the temple to be so huge, in a country like Malaysia, a must visit for all the travellers

1  Thank AvinashA304
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Hidden gem of an excursion just minutes outside of Kuala Lumpur

Again, I used Patrick's Innesia Private Chaffeur services for a hotel transfer to this amazing and historical site. The base of the 272 steps leading up to the cave has an array of stores and restaurants but I'd caution anyone with mobility issues...the stairs are...More

1  Thank TheTravelSlt
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile
Choose another tour if you can

I was not impressed with this tour company. First, they did not contact me to arrange a pickup time. I had to call them on the day of the tour, as I had not been notified of the time. The operator thought that my tour...More

Thank DominicPace
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mhj789
9 November 2018|
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Response from manjusrisivakumar29 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, entrance its free so you don't have to pay for anything.
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Bhavneeta T
26 October 2018|
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Response from TheTravelSlt | Reviewed this property |
I used Patrick Louis of Innesia Tours and Chauffeur. Patrick is a wonderful guide and driver and does hotel pickups and dropoffs too.
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Devid V
23 September 2018|
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Response from TravelingJunkie-01 | Reviewed this property |
We took a taxi to the Batu Caves. The entrance is FREE to get in. The earlier the better because of the heat. Good Luck and enjoy!
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