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The Batu Caves is located at a distance of 13 kilometres from the north of Kuala Lumpur that takes its name from Batu River, which flows behind the hill. A series of caves and temples consists the most popular Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Murugan. Hindu festival is celebrated at the cave that takes you to visit golden statue of lord Murugan, 3 big caves, & Rubber tapping demonstration. Around 400 million years old caves has 272 steps that leads to the top of the main cave temple. It attracts a number of people during Hindu festival during Thaipusam which is celebrated in January and February every year. Batu caves tour takes you to visit the best known attractions, pewter factory and traditional Malay Houses where you will witness the production of fine silk garments. Several temples and shrines at Batu Caves attracts thousands of devotees every year to watch the pray. One of the most frequented tourist attraction is the statue of Lord Murugan which is considered an important landmark by Hindus. While return to descend down the caves you will have the breath-taking views of the valley. There are 3 shrines which are separately designed for the prime Hindu Gods named Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
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