Today we visited the limestone caves Of Batu Caves about 15 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and then the aquarium in the Convention Centre Complex.
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The limestone caves of Batu
From the main station KL Sentral in Kuala Lumpur you can reach the caves fastest and very cheaply with the metro line “Port Klang – Batu Caves”. Arriving at the terminus, it is only a few minutes walk to the caves. The way there leads past numerous shops and a huge statue of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman. The Batu Caves are limestone caves about 15 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and are home to several Hindu temples. On the forecourt of the caves is the 42.7 meter high golden statue of Murugan. At her feet, 272 steep steps lead up to the main cave, which is about 100 metres high. With the relatively high humidity in Kuala Lumpur you can get a good sweat!
We found the caves relatively unspectacular. We actually liked the numerous macaque monkeysthat live on the hill around the limestone cave. 🙂
The aquarium “Aquaria KLCC”
From the Batu Caves we went back by metro to the station KL Sentral and from there we went to the Aquaria KLCC. The entry is 64 Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), which is about 14 €.
The Starbucks Cup of Kuala LumpurWe are collecting the Starbucks Mugs from the cities and islands we visit on our travels. Unfortunately, not every city that has a Starbucks store with an own mug. But if the city has an own mug we like to collect them as a souvenir. We only collect city mugs from the "Global Icon Series", which was released in 2008. You can see our complete collection here: Starbucks - Our collection of Mugs from the Global Icon Series
Kuala Lumpur has several Starbucks stores and also its own cup 🙂
All travelogues from South-East Asia (2013)In this holiday through South East Asia we travelled through 5 different countries. Starting with our flight to Hong Kong (China), then on to Bangkok (Thailand), to the million metropolis Singapore, then into the jungle to the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Wat to Siem Riep (Cambodia), on to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and finally to the island of Borneo (Malaysia). An unbelievably fascinating journey with an incredible number of impressions and experiences.
China: Hong Kong - Explore tourist attractions & things to do
China: Hong Kong - Peak Tram & the viewpoint from Victoria Peak
China: Hong Kong - Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery & the Big Buddha
Thailand: Elephant Camp – Bathing with elephants in the Khwae Noi River
Thailand: Kanchanaburi – The Tiger Temple Wat Pa Luangta Maha Bua
Thailand: Bangkok – The Royal Palace, Wat Pho & Wat Arun
Thailand: Ayutthaya – The Temples & Ruins of the UNESCO World Heritage
Thailand: Ayutthaya – The Elephants at the Royal Elephant Kraal Village
Singapore: Chinatown, S.E.A. Aquarium & Sentosa Island
Singapore: A day trip to Singapore Zoo
Singapore: Marina Bay Sands Resort & the Infinity Pool
Cambodia: Siem Reap – Hotel, Old Market & the Butterfly Farm
Cambodia: Siem Reap – The temples of Angkor Wat
Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur – The Petronas Twin Towers
Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur – The Batu Caves & the Aquaria KLCC
Malaysia: Borneo – Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
Malaysia: Borneo – Proboscis Monkey Labuk Bay Sanctuary
Malaysia: Borneo – Gomantong Caves & Jungle Elephants
Malaysia: Borneo – Diving at Sipadan Kapalai Dive Resort
Malaysia: Borneo – The Sipadan Kapalai Dive Resort