Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Batu Caves - Home of the God of War

The religious site known as the Batu Caves is located in the Gombak District in Malaysia. The cave temples which can be found here are positioned within the massive limestone hill at the site. The name "Batu Caves" was given to these shrines due to its location which puts it within easy reach of the Batu River. Regarded as a Hindu worship site, these temples have been dedicated to the Hindu god called Lord Murugan. Probably the most colorful festive occasion linked to this temple is the Thaipusam Festival which is a celebration that usually takes place during the months of January and February.
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Take in the Spectacular Batu Caves on a Holiday to Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has many attractions for those seeking a culture-filled holiday - including the nearby Batu Caves.
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Traveling in Kuala Lumpur: What to Do and Where to Go On Your Kuala Lumpur Vacation

Just outside of the city's center is Lake Gardens, a serene garden where visitors can watch some of Malaysia's exotic birds in their natural environment, take a boat ride down Lake Perdana, or simply take a romantic stroll with a loved one. Adventure-seeking tourists may choose to scale the steep limestone routes at Batu Caves.
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