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** Don’t just visit, Join my Batu Caves Experience to have Bragging Rights 99.99% of Visitors Would Never Have! The rail infrastructure is currently in the midst of being upgraded. Therefore, the railway operators might inevitably need to reschedule times of departures. Meet & Greet at 7.30 am at KL Sentral KTM Kommuter Ticket Counter. We shall then have a typical Mamak breakfast (Roti Canai & Teh Tarik) before starting our journey. We shall take the local commuter train (KTM Kommuter) to Batu Caves. Join my Batu Caves experience to better understand its significance to the Hindus & the followers of Lord Murugan. I will share the following highlights: 1. History of Batu Caves 2. Why is there a Hindu Temple up at the top of the Caves 3. The main Hindu Gods & Goddess worshipped at Batu Caves. 4. The legendary stories of a very special mango in Hinduism 5. The Thaipusam Festivities which involves at least 1.5 Millions devotees & visitors Walk up the 272 steps to the Cave Temple to appreciate the wonders of nature & Hindu culture. Walk back down 272 steps to enter the Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, Goddess Pavarati & their 2 sons ( Lord Ganesha & Lord Murugan) at the bottom. Target to catch the 11.30 am KTM Kommuter to return. Depending on time constraints, a Bonus Experience awaits .. Torana Gate & Shopping for affordable Malaysian Handicraft
I am a freelance Licensed Tour Guide. In 1983, I left my little Kampong (Village) for the Big City called KL (Kuala Lumpur) to work. Being away from Home Sweet Home, having Street Food this became the norm. The search food ad good as Mother’s home-cooked meals became a necessity. Searching for Old-time & Simply Fabulous Simple Food In KL & PJ (Petaling Jaya) & beyond led to discovering basic comfort food for the ordinary people in the back lanes, alleys & streets of British Colonial KL - Chinatown, Little India & Kampong Baru etc This experience will overwhelm you with the fabulous street food in Little India (Ampang KL) & less -known Tales or Tales not told quite often enough of British Colonial KL & more.
Det er inkluderet
Roti Canai & Teh Tarik is a typical Malaysian breakfast at a Mamak stall. Roti Canai is like a fluffy crepe eaten with dhal…
A bottle of drinking water
I will get the tickets for the train ride from KL Sentral KTM Kommuter train to Batu Caves & back.
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KL Sentral is a major train transportation hub in KL. Rail networks operating from here are KTM Kommuter, KL Monorail, LRT ( Light Rail Transit), MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), ERL ( Express Rail Link), ETS ( Electric Train Service), Express Train Service. Batu Caves is a 400 Million years limestone cave & amongst the important Hindu shrine outside India. Thousands visit this destination daily. It is 13 kilometres / 8 miles north of Kuala Lumpur.
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Batu Caves, Little India & More