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Grandeur of Hinduism in the <b>Batu Caves</b>, Malaysia | GITOSURADI.COM

Posted: 24 Aug 2011 05:48 PM PDT

August 25, 2011 - Posted in Travel

Batu Caves is one of the popular tourist resort in Malaysia. The complex blend of ancient caves and stunning Hindu temple is located in the complex area of ??limestone hill crest, about 13km from Kuala Lumpur. There are three main caves there, but the biggest, most magnificent and most popular is the Temple Cave, which is a place to worship the god Murugan.

Temple complex in Batu Caves area is one of the most popular Hindu temples outside India. To arrive at the court of the temple and enjoy the splendor of the cave and temple ornaments are beautiful, you have to climb the ladder as high as nearly 100 meters consisting of 272 steps.

But the beauty of the Batu Caves complex is not only monopolized by the temple caves with amazing up there. At the foot of the hill, at the court of the cave, there is a golden statue of Lord Murugan who proudly welcomes every tourist who want to visit it. Statue of 42.7-meter-high supreme god this is one of the tallest and most impressive statue in the world.

Besides the statue of Lord Murugan, you can also see the temple is decorated statues of gods and goddesses as well as paintings and reliefs that tell wonderful stories of Hinduism, such as the Ramayana and the god Murugan, the god of the sacred in areas such as South India, Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka. If interested to learn more more about the history and story of the Batu Caves, you can avail the facility of audio tours that have been provided by the manager of tourist attractions.

Besides popular as a place of pilgrimage for Hindus, Batu Caves is also a popular place for climbing, with more than 160 points scattered around the cave area is offered to devotees. In this case you do not need to have extensive knowledge and experience because most of the cliff is a friendly terrain climbing.

To enjoy the charm of temples and sacred caves in Malaysia, you can take advantage of public transportation such as bus or taxi from Kuala Lumpur, or for a more economical choice and perfect, take advantage of the train routes that depart from Central Station.

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