Let's explore the magnificent Batu Caves, see the newly rejuvenated stairs and gain insight into the rich Hindu culture, with a local.
Batu Caves is a limestone hill with a network of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu (Stone River), which flows past the hill. Dedicated to Lord Murugan, it is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India, and is most colourful during Thaipusam. Recently, its iconic stairway has been rejuvenated with vibrant colours!
On 3 November, we will have Indian cuisine for breakfast before heading to Batu Caves by train. While visiting two temples, we will witness the Puja ritual while listening to stories about the Hindu pilgrims and culture. There will be local snacks to nibble on afterwards, and a gift to bring home afterwards.
Meet at KL Sentral and have Indian cuisine for breakfast
Departure from KL Sentral To Batu Cave Station by train
Visit Hanuman Temple and watch Puja ritual
When we arrive at Batu Cave, we will spend the morning admiring the magnificence of Batu Caves, which attracts thousands of pilgrams especially during the Tamil Month of Thai. On special occasions, there may be Hindu rituals taking place
Visit Murugan Temple and watch Puja ritual
You will experience climbing up the iconic 272 stairs to see breathtaking city skylines at the top.
Within the cave, you'll expose to paintings of Hindu Gods on the walls, the Hindu priests, ornate shrines as well as the monkeys that frolic around.
Local snacks time!
Savour Indian snacks along with an introduction to Indian culture. You will also get a souvenir to bring home!
Depart from Batu Cave to KL Sentral by train
KL Sentral Kuala Lumpur Sentral Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur MalaysiaHow to get there
Fri, 1 Nov
50 seats left
Thu, 5 Dec
165 seats left
Sat, 21 Sep
15 seats left
Train - KTM Komuter