Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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clock-o3 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Take a private tour of Batu Caves during a morning or afternoon excursion by private vehicle. Climb the 272 steps to the Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Subramaniam and admire the limestone caves. Your driver-guide makes stops at the Malaysian Batik Cottage as well as the Royal Selangor Pewter Factory along the way. Hotel pickup and drop-off included from Kuala Lumpur.
  • Private and group tour option
  • Huff up the steep steps to the enshrined cave
  • Discover Hindu traditions and beliefs
  • Stop at the Royal Selangor Pewter Factory
  • Private hotel transport optional

Reviews

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n
, Jan 2018

Awesome!

n
, Jan 2018

Awesome!

L
, Sep 2017

Over all experiences from the tour was nice even we didn't find it easy to be picked up because my friend and I was waiting at KL sentral station not hotel since we don't have one. It was raining after we arrived the cave but it was fun though, the monkey there also jump to hug me but I run..Lol. Anyway, our private 3 hours tour price for two persons in one sedan included one driver as a tour guide seem a bit high, to me It's more reasonable for 50 instead of 65.

J
, Sep 2017

good half day tour. the tour guide was very good in explaining each spot.
totally worth the money and time!
the only thing to point out is the condition of the bus, which had some dirty spots here and there..

e
, May 2017

Picked up from hotel at 1345, returned at 1900. Only 40 minutes of that time were spent at Batu Caves. What was not mentioned when booking this trip or on the itinerary, was that it also included a 30 minute stop at a pewter factory and 15 minutes at a batik printing unit. Majority of time was spent sitting in KL traffic and waiting for people to get back to the coach after each stop. Forget the trip - just get the train and do it yourself, probably a lot less hassle.

T
, Apr 2017

It is what it is! Royal Selangor is an interesting trip as you see the pewter process and the factory. The batik is just a shop trying to sell at over-inflated prices - but hey! Batu caves itself is an interesting place - lots of steps - but perfectly do-able and you get to enjoy the monkeys on the way up and back down. The cave itself is not so exciting if you have seen others - but again, is of interest. For me, the trip was well organised and executed - I have no complaints at all. But - it is not a trip I would ever do again - simply because there was nothing of enough interest to bring me back!

T
, Apr 2017

It is what it is! Royal Selangor is an interesting trip as you see the pewter process and the factory. The batik is just a shop trying to sell at over-inflated prices - but hey! Batu caves itself is an interesting place - lots of steps - but perfectly do-able and you get to enjoy the monkeys on the way up and back down. The cave itself is not so exciting if you have seen others - but again, is of interest. For me, the trip was well organised and executed - I have no complaints at all. But - it is not a trip I would ever do again - simply because there was nothing of enough interest to bring me back!

t
, Apr 2017

Batu Caves is really a must see in Kuala Lumpur, the place is unique. The guide was super nice and helpful.

C
, Jan 2017

It was a very amazing and interesting tour. the tour guide is very nice and funny. it was definitely a recommendable and worth tour that every tourist must try.

T
, Jan 2017

Great trip, good value. Long enough at each stop but not too long. Royal Selangor pewter works was very interesting. Batu Caves very different, beware the monkeys! 272 steps a very good work out. Not really interested in the silk shop stop.


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