Tomorrow, the serene cave temple will be awaken by the peak traffic of devotees.
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We were very luck in our stay in Georgetown! We saw a very impressive Hindu festival, in which people would say thank you for their luck in the past year. The would say thank you by smashing a huge amount of coconuts in to …
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Globe Journey: Georgetown! The coconut festival! Thaipusam
Today we travelled to the Batu Caves via bus, once we managed to locate where the bus left form at least! The Batu caves are a Muslim sacred place, they get 1million pilgrims in the month of feb alone! Guarding the cables …
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I found an area called Batu and it is famous for the Batu Caves . It is an old Hindu shrine that is situated inside a mountain. It is considered one of the most important Hindu shrines outside of India
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Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur | Dru's Misadventures
Our second day in Kuala Lumpur we decided to go and check out the famous Batu Caves situated just outside the city. The caves themselves are believed to be around 400 million years old, but it was in 1890 the caves got …
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Student life and travels: Day-trips from Kuala Lumpur: The Batu Caves