Best Reasons to visit Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia
- It comprises three large caves and many small caves and locates just 11 km North of Kuala Lumpur on a limestone hill.
- The Batu caves discovered back in 1859. Today, it is one of the main tourist attractions in Malaysia.
- The biggest cave is known as temple cave, home to many Hindu shrines. The remaining two main caves serve as museum and art gallery that consist many Hindu statues and paintings.
- Visitors have to climb 272 steps to reach the temple cave.
- The 42.7 meters high Lord Murugan statue situated at the foot of Batu cave is the second tallest statue of a Hindu deity in the world.