Home to a 154-foot (47-meter) statue of the resplendent gold Lord Murugan, the Batu Caves are a must-see for anyone visiting Kuala Lumpur for the first-time. The UNESCO World Heritage Site consists of four limestone caves—Temple Cave, Dark Cave, Cave Villa, and Ramayana Cave—which are famously frequented by long-tailed gray macaques.
Batu Caves Tours
Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia -IAMM - Batu Caves - Selangor Pewter and Silver Leaf Monkeys with Firefly Boat Ride Combo Tour
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- Genting Highlands Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur with Skyway Cable Car Ride
- Genting Highlands Cable Car Trip(Stop by Batu Caves)
- Private Guided Kuala Lumpur Day Trip With Skip-the-Line Petronas Twin Towers
- Private Half-Day Batu Caves Waterfalls and Hot Springs Tour
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