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Batu Caves and Royal Selangor Pewter Tour
Spend a morning or afternoon marvelling at the remarkable limestone Batu caves and the temples within, including a statue of Hindu God Lord Murguan.
No visit to Kuala Lumpur would be complete without a visit to the Batu Caves, the site of one of Malaysia’s holiest Hindu shrines and most spectacular geographical wonders. Admire the 140 feet statue of Lord Murugan before climbing the 272 stairs to the main temple located inside the limestone caves. At the top, you are greeted by numerous monkeys and rewarded with impressive views of the city from one of Malaysia’s most iconic sights. You will also visit the Royal Selangor Pewter factory to explore the fascinating workshop and there will be a brief stop at the Batik Centre, were you will discover how the popular Malaysian fabric is designed and printed.
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