How do I get to Batu Caves by train?
Taking a direct KTM Komuter train to Batu Caves is the most convenient way to reach Batu Caves from KL Sentral. You can purchase a KTM Komuter train ticket from KL Sentral KTM Station to Batu Caves KTM Station. The total journey is about 40 minutes and the one-way ticket will only cost you RM2. 60.
What is the best time to visit Batu Caves?
A visit during early mornings before 10 am and late afternoons after 4 pm just before sunset, has the added advantage of exploring the site with less crowds and fewer tourist groups.
Which district is Batu Caves?
How much is the entrance fee in Batu Caves?
2021 Ticket Prices Main Batu Cave (Temple Cave or Cathedral Cave) – FREE. Dark Cave (see above). Cave Villa RM 15. Ramayana Cave RM 5.
How many steps are in the Batu Caves?
The Batu Caves are located within a high limestone outcropping. A colossal gold-painted statue of Murugan, made from reinforced concrete and 140 feet (42.7 metres) in height, stands near the base of a flight of 272 steps.
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Why are the Batu Caves sacred?
The Caves Are A Sacred Pilgrimage Site Tamil Hindus flock to the Batu Caves for Thaipusam, a holy festival celebrating Lord Murugan. Every year, the devoted climb the 272 steps deep into the heart of the caves carrying offerings for the gods — and sometimes heavy shrines.
How many steps are there at Batu Caves?
Is Batu Caves open tomorrow?
Batu Caves opening hours are 6AM to 9PM. The caves are open on all days of the week. Timings of Batu Caves Temple are same as the opening hours of the caves. It is suggested to visit this amazing attraction during morning or evening as the caves can get crowded and hot as the day proceeds.
Where is the KTM Batu Caves train station?
The KTM Batu Caves Railway Station (stesen keretapi Batu Caves) is located in the state of Selangor, Malaysia and is just a short walk across the car park from the entrance to the cave complex.
Where do you buy ticket for Batu Caves?
Buy your ticket to ‘Batu Caves railway station’ from the KTM Komuter line in the main section of the station. There are many lines as stated above, so look for the KTM Komuter line. The Ticket booth is just to the right of the entrance.
How tall is the statue at Batu Caves?
Once you arrive at Batu Caves and exit, head right and you can’t miss the caves as there is a 43 metre (140 ft) tall statue of a Hindu deity to guide you. Trains leave every half an hour and the timetable is available in PDF format here.