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Very good afternoon trip! The guide was very knowledgeable and happy to answer our questions about Malaysian culture. I was a solo traveler but was joined by a trio from Australia. Lovely people. Would have been nice to know about the Cave Tour that is just to the side when you get up the top, but as it takes 45 minutes and we only had an hour sadly we couldn't do it.
The stop at the Chinese Temple prior to caves, then a silk factory after were a nice touch too. Great day out
The day was fantastic. Our tour guide was fantastic. The temple visit and Batik factory visit was extra and unexpected. The monkeys at the Batu Caves were what made the day unforgettable. They were so friendly and fun to feed.
AWESOME TOUR!!! Must do in KL.... Try a fresh coconut for only 3 ringgets.
It was a good trip for the whole family. Probably it was off-peak so luckily, we were few who availed the tour and there were no hassles among the group. The tour was worth it and we would not have been able to reach all these places without this tour. Both the tour guides and bus drivers were accommodating and a big help to the tourists.
excellent value trip, great guide in dave and the vehicle was clean and comfortable
The rain poured however our tour guide was fantastic and made the trip thoroughly enjoyable! The elephants are amazing and it is a trip not to be missed!
Just sensational,will book again soon. keep up the good work Viator.
A fantastic experience and good exercise too
Our guide Julie was very nice and very informative
Many thanks to her
My partner and I were the only ones in this tour. Our guide was awesome. The place itself is stunning. A must in KL.
This trip is a trip with a difference, we had a very good guide he took us to a temple first which was wonderful and then onto the bau caves which were excellent. we bought some fruit for the monkeys from a local store near our hotel as food is cheap and wanted to feed the monkeys. only do this if you like monkeys. getting close to the monkeys made our day. Not a lot to see within the caves but the views are out of this world once you reach the top of the steps (272).
Once at the bottom again we went to get some lunch from one of the local eating places number 10 they sell the better food and it was served on a banana leaf which was very tasty and cheap very friendly locals a very enjoyable trip and recommend as a must do.
OMG - how many steps (way to many!) and how steep!! It's pretty awesome seeing the temple inside the cave once you make up all those steps. Just don't mind the bats!! The Chinese temple was great to visit and there are small "good luck" things you can do while there. Worth joining this tour to learn more about Malaysia's Chinese and Indian heritage.