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A Taste of India in <b>Batu Caves</b> | Langkah – Langkah Kecil

Actually, Batu Caves is a place of worship for the Indian Hindu. It was built in late 19th century by an Indian trader, Pillai, as a dedication to Lord Murugan

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A Taste of India in <b>Batu Caves</b> | Langkah – Langkah Kecil

தைப்பூசம் / Thaipusam | Ramin Krause

Shortly before my 17th birthday in february I got the incredible chance to witness a Hidu festival called Thaipusam or Thaipoosam. It is celebrated by big Tamil communities around the world on the full moon of the Tamil month …

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தைப்பூசம் / Thaipusam | Ramin Krause

<b>Batu Caves</b> | Rovin' Rambler

So the Rambler has been on a bit of a hiatus lately. I haven’t been regularly posting for a couple reasons: one, I’m now freelancing full-time, which means by the end of the day I’m usually tired of staring at a computer and …

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Panguni Uthiram | Our Big Expat Adventure

To the outsider the Panguni Uthiram festival shares many similarities to Thaipusam .

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272 steps to <b>Batu Caves</b> | funfamilyfeats

Malay, Chinese and Indian compose the three main populations living in Malaysia. Malaysians of Indian descent comprises approximately 7.1% of its population.

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272 steps to <b>Batu Caves</b> | funfamilyfeats

272 steps to <b>Batu Caves</b> | funfamilyfeats

Malay, Chinese and Indian compose the three main populations living in Malaysia.

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272 steps to <b>Batu Caves</b> | funfamilyfeats

<b>Batu Caves</b>-2 | MicroGalactic

Hey guys didn’t have loads of pictures in my last post of Batu Caves , I’ll add on some here: Outside Batu Caves , took this picture right outside the steps! One of the many Indian statues inside the cave itself One of the many …

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<b>Batu Caves</b> 2014 | Wilkes in Malaysia

We chose a Saturday to take the trip to Batu Caves , a Hindu holy site on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. The dramatic limestone mountains can be seen from miles away, but close-up the view is incredible. Built into the caves …

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<b>Batu Caves</b> 2014 | Wilkes in Malaysia

The <b>Batu Caves</b> | Mitchelladventuretours Blog

The Batu Caves .

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The <b>Batu Caves</b> | Mitchelladventuretours Blog

It's better to See Something Once (<b>Batu Caves</b>) | The Wayfaring Family

One Comment to “It’s better to See Something Once ( Batu Caves )”. zuludelta45 · February 17, 2014 at 12:56 pm …

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It's better to See Something Once (<b>Batu Caves</b>) | The Wayfaring Family

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