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Wednesday, June 03, 2015


I remembered the last time I visited Batu Caves it was umpteen years ago when there was no Komuter train service to this place. It must have been a long, long time ago. During my recent trip to Kuala Lumpur, I made it a point to visit this lovely cave again.

HOW TO GET THERE - I never expected that this place is now so easily accessible using the KTM Komuter train which is just 2 stations away from my place of stay [nearby Kampung Batu Station]. The fare to Batu Caves station from Kampong Batu station is Ringgit 1.50.

For anyone who is interested to visit this place using public transportation, I strongly recommend that you use the KTM Komuter train [Red Line – Batu Caves/Pelabuhan Klang Line]. The fare is considered very economical and the journey is hassle-free. The Komuter train itself is clean and very comfortable and the station is very user-friendly with escalators and lifts.

The Batu Caves Komuter train station is just at the side of Batu Caves. Walk out of the station you can get to Batu Caves from the adjoining gate. 
Batu Caves [黑風洞] is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak district, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur. Click to read more about Batu Caves. It is place worth visiting if you are in Kuala Lumpur and do not mind climbing the 272 steps. Click here to read more about Batu Caves

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