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Batu Caves
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Lying on the edge of Kuala Lumpur is a limestone hill with a network of caves that date back to 400 million years ago. Called Batu Caves, the site is also place of worship, housing a temple complex with an enormous statue of a Hindu god guarding its entrance. Batu Caves also plays a central role during the celebration of the festival Thaipusam.

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The driver or tour guide is excellent

2020/01/28 Families Anthony

Very nice, helpful and patient driver. He also acted as very outstanding tour guide with a lot of helpful advices for touring around KL. He is very well prepared with a lot of information about KL, KL’s history,etc. Very... more

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2018/12/05 Friends Ludek

Good driver, explaining information, adapting to us (we were the only participants).

Friendliest Tour I have ever been!

2018/05/17 Couples Joel

One of the best Tour experiences I have been. The staff is courteous and has a vast knowledge of the City and its History and Culture.

Great trip, worth absolutely the payed money!

2017/12/31 Families Mario

Cave is a typical for Hindu habit..... Compensated by Taoist Temple and Silk Workshop, paints are wonderful at the manufacturer and cheap.

Guide is great, hope you're lucky enough to be driven by Mr David Lo!

2017/06/02 Dawn

Customer service when booking the tour was very good. The driver was great & very entertaining

2017/05/08 Tim

I was the only customer - so a very personal tour! A great way to see KL - got to places I would never have found by myself. Nothing was too much trouble for the guide. Highly recommended.

Batu Caves (Kuala Lumpur Top Attractions), Kuala Lumpur tours & activities, fun things to do in Kuala Lumpur | VELTRA
Lying on the edge of Kuala Lumpur is a limestone hill with a network of caves that date back to 400 million years ago. Called Batu Caves, the site is also place of worship, housing a temple complex with an enormous statue of a Hindu god guarding its entrance. Batu Caves also plays a central role during the celebration of the festival Thaipusam.