Did you Know?
- Of the various cave temples that comprise the site, the largest and best known is the Temple or Cathedral Cave, so named because it houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100 m vaulted ceiling.
- The festivities centered at Batu Caves is an exciting and thrilling spectacle but it also gets very crowded and claustrophobic and you need a lot of patience.
- On the way, you will pass by typical Malay house before coming to your last stop, the spectacular Batu Caves.
- Surprisingly, the Batu Caves are situated only 13 kilometres outside of Kuala Lumpur, next to a suburb which has a wonderful water park.
- The Batu Caves is a temples where they held a very important festival called "Thaipusam" and every year it is very crowed and people from all places comes to visit and you can also see many tourist here.
- A prayer ceremony is held at the foot of the caves and the flag of Lord
- The ceiling is 100 m above ground and this huge chamber is lit by daylight from several holes in the ceiling.