Absolutely beautiful temple, just got to prepare to sweat and move a little. It's over 200 steps up to the caves. Do take good care of your belongings as there are hundreds of cheeky little monkeys around ready to snatch your things at any given chance! Once at the top you'll be rewarded with a great great view! The architecture of the temples and sculptures are worth looking at too, very intricate and detailed.
Apart from the intense foul smell of garbage and sh*t that one has to deal with leading up to the caves, this was a beautiful attraction. I advise going there by train before midday, as by that time the sun is out in its full glory. Beware, there are monkeys around, but for the most part, they don’t bother people. Just make sure you don’t have food on your person!
Amazing! Temples inside Caves! Be prepared to climb up lots of steps but so worth it! Inside the main cave you get to see the sky from the opening inside the mountain! Be warned no tank tops and shorts allowed inside as these caves are temples. You can hire clothing outside. I wore a short sleeved top and pants to below my knees and fortunatle that was ok!
a very beautiful and magical place, I recommend travelers to visit
Free traffic is very convenient. One stop for KTM is to live in the city centre on the same day. Before climbing the steps, it is suggested to take more photos. There are many peaceful pigeons at the door who are not afraid of people. Buying some corn can attract pigeons to take photos casually. The great Buddha is magnificent in its golden sparkle. It takes a lot of dangerous steps to go up. There are monkeys disturbing the living waves all the way back and forth. It reminds the monkeys not to take food. Because the monkeys will come and grab food. It is suggested that the monkeys should be separated from each other at the beginning. Otherwise, you will be blocked by the monkeys. The cowards should not take food in their hands. This step is dangerous and tired. After going up, you will have to walk better inside. Steps, the innermost cave sky, through the dark cave can see the blue sky. It's worth climbing. Don't give up halfway.
Because there is less time in Kuala Lumpur this time, the Black Wind Tunnel is chosen between the Cloud Top and the Black Wind Tunnel. Sitting at KTM in KL Sentral can go directly to Batu cave, and you can see monkey god when you come out. monkey god is an important role in Indian mythology and also the prototype of Monkey King in China. Walking along the road, you can see a giant Golden God of India, Munugan. Walking beside him, you can see the black wind tunnel inside. Hindu temples are more colorful, full of beauty, free access, you can see most of them are Indians. It's very pious. This time is Dabaoshen Festival. It's worth visiting.
The Black Wind Tunnel (BatuCave, Malay) "Gombak) is located 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. The terminal of the KLSentral KTM electric train Bata Caves (Black Wind Tunnel) - Port Klang Line arrives at Kuala Lumpur. However, tourists to Malaysia are always scheduled to go to the Black Wind Tunnel. The Black Wind Tunnel is a limestone hill with a series of caves and temples. Its name "Batu" comes from the Badu River beside the hill. In addition, the Black Wind Tunnel is also the name of the local village. As one of Malaysia's famous tourist attractions, Black Wind Tunnel is the most comprehensive cave ecosystem development in Asia. In addition to the craggy mountains and ancient cliffs, Black Wind Tunnel is also one of the most famous Hindu holy places outside the Indian mainland. It is also a Hindu holy place in Malaysia with the Mulkan Temple in Penang.