Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
24 April 2015

Considered by the Hindu’s in Malaysia as a sacred place, the Batu Cave prides itself with limestone formations that is said to be around 400 million years old. Upon the entrance at the foot of the stairs, you will be welcomed by monkeys, as shorts skirts are not allowed when entering the cave, tourists are encouraged to rent shoals to cover their legs. Also within the complex is the 15 meter tall statue of Hanuman and a temple dedicated to Hanuman, the noble monkey devotee and aide of Lord Rama.

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