On the Road: Kuala Lumpur, a visit to the Batu Caves

Yesterday I went to the Batu Caves. In a word, this places is ‘impressive’!

You have to climb a mountain, in some hundreds of steps, and once you’re there you have a great view and you discover the caves.

There is a well preserved hindu temple, from where you should look and admire the sky. It is a unique and impressive view!

I felt so small inside the caves (it seems you’re under a volcano, and no, I’m talking about Malcolm Lowry’s book) and surrounded by all this nature…including the pigeons and monkeys eheh

If you visit Kuala Lumpur you should visit the Batu Caves. From KL central station, trains take less than 45 minutes and to go and return costs less than 3 euros (5 rmi).


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