Malaysia is a beautiful country to spend your vacation. It has a rich ancient culture and traditional legacy. One can call the culture of Malaysia is the mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European. The country has many popular tourist attractions including beaches, caves, ancient temples and rain forests.
One of the most iconic and popular attractions of Malaysia is Batu Caves. It is located in Selangor, just outside the capital of Malaysia. The caves have been decorated in such a way that it looks like a cathedral. 10th Caves or Hill for Lord Muruga is its another
According to the local people, the limestone which has formed it, is almost 400 years of old. An Indian trader promoted it as a place of worship in 1890.
For tourists who have interest in biology, Batu Caves could be one of the best choices for
them. It has rare and unique species of fauna like Liphistiidae spiders and Eonycteris and fruit bats. Besides, there is a big group of a particular type of animal which gets tourists’ attraction often.
Yes, we are talking about Macaque monkeys of Batu Caves. The visitors love to feed these animals, and the monkeys also like to take foods from them. However, the monkeys sometimes get overly inquisitive and hungry. They snatch away tourists’ belonging in search of food.
This place is a pilgrimage site for the Hindus. Each year, they celebrate Thaipusam festival. Hindus from around world, including Australia and Singapore visit to celebrate the festival. However, when Hindus celebrate the festival from religion perspective, the tourists enjoy this event to entertain their minds.
This place has the aura to elevate one’s inner self to a place where he or she can enjoy a deep relaxation. The environment of this site produces a positive energy within the
So, if you are bored with your monotonous work schedule and need a vacation, the Batu
Caves can be one of your best choices.