#馬來西亞旅遊 #kualalumpur #境外遊 #batucaves
Batu Caves is one of the well-known tourist sightseeing destination in Kuala Lumpur. The caves belongs to limestone hill that has alternative caves and cave temples in Gombak, Malaysia. The cave is also the name of a nearby town.It is easily reached by commuter train at the KC05 Batu Caves Komuter station, Batu Caves may also be reached by bus 11/11d from Bangkok Bank Terminus or bus U6 from Titiwangsa. But the most convenient way to go is to call grab with the mobile Taxi App.
2017 年8 月, 乘KTM 去黑風洞, 舒適地於半小時內到達, 272級樓梯, 如女士是短裙短褲, 要比錢租條沙巾包腳, 因為是印度教聖地, 參觀了主洞, 行落一小段梯級的右手面是Dark Cave, 參加Education Tour 45 mins, RM 35 adult, RM 25 for child under 12 years old. 內有洞穴虫及流水岩, 有專人講解。
Kuala Lumpur's rainbow road brings a smile and a reminder to always be the rainbow in someone else's cloud.
The iconic golden buddha statue in Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur is really one of the most memorable place I have ever visit in Malaysia. The colorful steps are unique and the scenery is beautiful. The air and the weather are also natural and nice. A wonderful place to be ! #wintergetaway
Our favorite part of Kuala Lumpur was the Batu Caves. It is a limestone hill with caves and temples. It is one of the most noted Hindu holy sites outside India. There is a gorgeous staircase with 204 steps. There are bats, white snakes, and blind snakes. There are many monkeys hanging out of the stairs and in the caves. We ate Ice Kacang, which is a popular Malaysian dessert
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I am speechless because of what God made the amazing differences of one country to another: their culture, food and people.
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