The famous Batu Caves in Gombak. A significant spot of love for Hindu lovers in the nation:

Famous Batu Caves Situated in Gombak, near Selangor . It also has a big Tamil Hindu Temple of dedicated to Lord Murugan. You have to climb 272 steps to reach the temple at the top. The steps are coloured very beautifully with rainbow colours. A 42.7-metre (140 ft) high statue of Lord Murugan is standing at the foot of the steps. The cliff has a small opening above from where the sky can be seen. The temple is surrounded by jutted stones. Many monkeys and pigeons took residence here. there monkeys clever and looks very nice. The tourists fed them nuts and fruits.

‘Batu Caves’ are naturally formed caves inside a limestone hill

‘Batu Caves’ are naturally formed caves inside a limestone hill.

The place is free for tourists to visit:

Many Attraction in famous Batu Caves at Malaysia. Our first step out of the city is at the famous Batu Caves in Gombak. A significant spot of love for Hindu lovers in the nation, this common fascination is comprised of a progression of limestone. caverns said to be in excess of 400 million years of age. The transcending brilliant statue of Lord Muruga – well-viewed as tallest statue of a Hindu god in Malaysia – guarding the passageway of the principle cavern flashes ethereally against the shady sky.

The Batu Caves cliff has a small opening above from where the sky can be see

Two cavern sanctuaries called Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave are additionally contained in the fundamental complex, just as a Tamil school. Following 20 minutes of photograph sessions and perusing through slows down inside the region, we start our hour-lengthy drive to Kuala Gandah, Pahang.

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The focal point of the annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam:

The Hindu’s are celebrating festival called Thaipusam in every year, at Batu Caves. where attends thousand of devotees and visitors. Normally this festival held on end of January, the parade on start in the evening before the Thaipusam Festival at the Sri Mariamman Temple in KL city centre.

The whole festival starts at that point and is a bright occasion that endures an of eight hours. In the past the celebration has pulled in more than one million pilgrim, making it probably the biggest assembling on the world.

Batu Caves is the point of convergence of the yearly Hindu celebration of Thaipusam

Kavadis

Lots of people carry their offerings – Backets of milk – to the Lord Muruga on enormous, brilliantly enhanced ‘kavadis’. Kavadis are two tremendous half circle resplendent bits of wood or steel which are twisted and joined to a cross structure that can be adjusted on the shoulders.

The kavadi is embellished with blossoms and peacock plumes and some can weigh up to as much as 100 kilos. A few educates likewise satisfy promises that they have made to the Gods by having their bodies punctured by snares, needles and even sticks and guests are frequently captivated by the commitment of devotees.

Batu Caves during festival of Thaipusam

Batu Caves during festival of Thaipusam

The really astonishing accomplishment is when followers start the challenging move up the stages to the highest point of the caverns – the trek requires a dazzling measure of perseverance as they frequently need to neutralize the press of the clamoring masses. Clerics hold up at the top to sprinkle blessed powder over the snares and sticks puncturing the lovers substance before they are expelled.

The most effective method to arrive: 13km north of Kuala Lumpur

How to arrive:

Take Intrakota transport No 11D from the Central Market or the Cityliner transport No 69 at Jalan Pudu to get to Batu Caves. Taxicabs are likewise accessible anyplace around city.

Batu Caves:

Opening Times: EveryDay, 06:00 – 21:00
Address: Batu Caves, Sri Subramaniam Temple, Kuala Lumpur,