Head north of Kuala Lumpur and spend the morning exploring a Malaysian National Treasure. Batu caves a limestone hill are home to a series of caves. Cathedral Cave, the largest, houses a number of Hindu shrines. Return to Kuala Lumpur via the Royal Selangor Pewter factory to experience the manufacturing of Pewter goods.
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Please note: Batu Caves is a religious site, thus a dress code for visitors is enforced. For women, they should cover their shoulders as well as their legs below knee length (nothing too short or revealing). For men, a t-shirt and shorts are acceptable, as long as the shorts are below the knee. Please do not wear singlets/tank tops or flip flops.
Please note that you can rent a sarong/scarf if you do not meet the requirements for a small fee.
Distances and Journey time
Transfer KL Hotel to Batu Caves (17km): 45 minutes
Our services include:
– Private Vehicle for tour
– English speaking guide
– Entrance fees
– Drinking water
Our services do not include:
– Services not mentioned
– Drinks, mini bar, and personal expenses
– Travel insurance
– Tourism tax
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