BATU CAVES AND VIEWS OF KUALA LUMPUR
Nature excursion, Cultural, Shopping
From local craftsmanship in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur to the wealth of colour of the Batu caves.
What we will see
Royal Selangor Pewter Complex
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
- Petronas Twin Towers
What we will do
The first stop on our tour is the Royal Selangor Pewter Complex. * The complex (the largest in the world) was built in 1885 and here we will be able to observe skilful pewter craftsmen at work.
We then move on to the Batu Caves, natural beauties which have always attracted thousands of visitors. They are made up of three main caves and two smaller ones. The biggest is home to a **Hindu Temple””. This massive limestone formation is accessed up a flight of 272 steps.
On our way back, we can admire Independence Square, renowned for its colonial buildings and the magnificent Sultan Abdul Samad building.
Last but not least, before returning to the port, we must stop to take some photos of the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest in the world reach 452 metres with their 88 floors.
What you need to know
Comfortable shoes and sportswear are recommended.
The itinerary may be subject to change.
There is limited availability of English-language guides; if these are not available the local guide's commentary will be translated by a local interpreter.
The coach journey from the Port Klang to the Batu Caves takes approximately 2 hours.
The tour to the Batu Caves is very tiring, it is therefore necessary to be physically fit for this excursion.
This excursion is not recommended for guests with mobility problems.
This excursion includes a flight with 272 steps.