Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Batu Caves and Temple Tour from Kuala Lumpur. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Wonderful experience, friendly and knowledgeable driver/guide who happened to be a devout Hindu himself and as such could explain so much more about the place, its history and significance. Climb was not as hard as at first it seems but going downstairs the next day was torture! Also listen to your guide with regards to taking food or drink as you go up - monkeys will have you! All in all, great experience, good value for money and very interesting.
I had a great time and definitely recommend it. The guide was professional and helpful. I enjoyed all of the information he provided to us. Since this was at the start of my time here it was worth it to have a guide giving me some of the background of the city as well as Batu Caves.
Great guide and driver, had freedom yet was so informative. Like minded travellers and great experience!
Tour exceeded my expectations with a well informed tour guide, I would highly recommend this tour
Fantastic, the only downfall of our trip was the rain which caused it to be cut short a bit but still worthwhile..
Our guides were Seri and Julie, they were fantastic. They were full of knowledge and really looked after everyone. On top of that, they were highly entertaining as well.
Thank you very much.
On time and educational. They even supplied a child seat to our surprise given the lack of regulation over there. The caves were great once we got up the 272 steps!
Nice Tour. Batu Caves was very interesting. The steps are steeper on the 2nd set of stairs. overal good tour
Great Trip, very good Guide, friendly and Punctual - would recommend to all!
Great tour. The guide was very knowledgable and even got us an Indian treat to try whilst showing us around.
Excellent trip. Very informative guide and those stairs were a lot easier going up than down. Watch out for the little Indian women hawkers at the base of the stairs - I swear she hung on to the side of the bus calling my wife pretty lady in order to make the sale.
That is one stunning statue by the way.