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Adventure Time: Batu Caves, Malaysia

On June 30th 2017, I moved to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I got an interesting job offer there and after I discussed it with my wife and family, they were supportive on accepting the job. So, here I am now, residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I met with some of my college friends here who happens to be working in Kuala Lumpur so we decided to take a sightseeing tour to Batu Caves. For you who haven’t gone there, Batu Caves is reachable via the KTM train, from the KL Sentral station. It will take you around 20-30 minutes to reach there and cost around 2.50 Rm by train. Batu Caves, just like the name, is a cave which inside Hindus people of Malaysia built a temple around it. There is a big gold deity statue before the entrance of the cave which I believe is a statue of Murugan. To get to the cave, you need to climb up the stairs so prepare for an exercise, but when you get there, the view below is quite spectacular. Too bad that when I visit this site, there’s seems to be a construction going on, but it’s not that bothering to me. You can also take a cave tour here if you like.


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