7.5 hours guided tour (including travel time)
Comfortability: Moderate Activity
Considerable amount of physical activity. Such as lengthy walking over uneven roads, going up staircases or terrains
All tours are conducted by English speaking local guides
Batu Caves: It is a limestone outcrop located just north of Kuala Lumpur with three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. Its main attraction is the large Hindu God statue at the entrance. Now it has a new and vibrant look with 272 stairways repainted with a myriad of colours in preparation for the temple consecration ceremony, which happens every 12 years.
Thean Hou Temple (Photo stop): Built by Kuala Lumpur’s Hainanese community in 1987 to commemorate the Goddess of Thean Hou, the main temple hall is beautifully decorated by dragon-inspired columns and immaculate rooftops. You will be able to enjoy the breath-taking view of the Kuala Lumpur Skyline.
Cocoa Boutique: There are hundreds of different varieties of fine chocolates, handmade and artfully crafted.
Suria KLCC Shopping Center: Enjoy free time for lunch on your own.
Petronas Twin Towers (External façade): With a height of 451.9 metres and 88-storey twin structure, it has become one of the most enduring landmarks of Kuala Lumpur.
Minimum participants 35 passengers
When entering Hindu Temple, female visitors are required to cover decently from shoulders to foot. Please wear conservative dress, preferably long pants or long skirts. Or to rent a scarf at entrance at RM 3 (current price).
Ride from Port to Batu Caves takes about 1.5 hours one way.