TRAVEL SOLO AND UNCOVER THE GEM OF BATU CAVES IN SELANGOR, MALAYSIA ☪

VISITING BATU CAVES FROM KUALA LUMPUR IS TOO EASY AND CONVENIENT EVEN FOR SOLO TRAVELERS. TRUST ME; YOU DON’T NEED FOR A TOUR PACKAGE, “DIY” WILL BE FINE. HERE ARE THE MAJOR REMINDERS AND GUIDES:

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Batu Caves and Lord Murugan Statue

 

KNOW THE VISITING HOURS AND FEES 🎫

Early in the morning visit or the selecting the first train schedule from KL Sentral is advisable. That’s the best time that Batu Cave is not too crowded (No Entrance Fee).

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If planning to enter the Dark Cave Conservation Site, you may choice for an Educational Tour or Adventure Tour. Educational Tour opens by 10 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon with duration of 45 Minutes and worth 35 MYR and 25 MYR for Adult and Child respectively.

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Meanwhile, The Adventure Tour is only during weekends with a minimum of 1 week advance booking and atleast 10 pax per group with 12 year old and above requirement. The adventure’s duration is about 3 to 4 hours with a price is 80MYR per head. Take note to Dress accordingly.

 

 

RESEARCH FOR DO AND DON’T⚠

As a common reminder, in the house for worship, dress code always needs to be followed or else you will not be allowed to enter the premises. Take note also that every country has its own culture and ethics that need to be respected.

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BRING SUN PROTECTIONS AND BOTTLED WATER ☀

Bring bottled water and always secure a UV protection (glasses, lotion and hat) 

 

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START AT KL SENTRAL STATION 🚕

Wherever you stay in Kuala Lumpur, make SL Sentral Station as you starting point. It is located in the heart of the metropolis.

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RIDE THE KTM KOMUTER TRAIN 🚄

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KTM Komuter Train

Look for the Booth of KTM Komuter Train and pay a one way Ticket of 2.6 Malaysian Ringgit. Wait for the train and you are already on your way to Batu Cave for approximately 30 minutes.

 

WALK 🚶

Reaching the Batu Cave Station (the last train station), just take a few steps and you will see the entrance of Batu Caves. See very easy, you can now start your Batu Caves Exploration.

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BACK TO KUALA LUMPUR

Never ever leave Malaysia without taking photograph with the Twin Towers (It’s Mandatory). Views are stunning but be aware of the photo boomers due to Petronas is indeed an in demand celebrity.

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Petronas Twin Towes

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Which is the best one to visit first? Batu Cave or Petronas Twin Tower? Thanks

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    1. morenotraveller says:

      It’s up to your itinerary. Either of the two is ok.

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