By on Nov 8, 2013 in Batu Caves, Thaipusam, Uncategorized | comments(0)
Indeed, soon after the sun climbs several thousands line the avenues to discover a silver plated chariot of recorded wood holding a figure of Lord Murugan making its gratitude to the Batu Caves wherever is to remain rapidly.
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Malaysian thaipusam festival symbol for world heritage at <b>Batu caves</b>
By on Jun 1, 2013 in Batu Caves | comments(0)
Hello all, Well, I'm still trying to figure out the Malaysian geography and transportation, but I thought I could maybe receive a quicker answer through this forum. As some of you may have read on other posts, we have a very …
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Kuala Lumpur to Batu Cave & Firefly Park | Asia Forum | Fodor's …
By on Feb 10, 2013 in Batu Caves | comments(0)
Malaysia is a very multicultural country with a large Indian population. Inside the massive limestone caves there is a Hindu temple. 297 steps to climb, a few monkeys to pass
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In search of cultural peculiarities : Outside of KL – Batu Caves
By on Jan 31, 2013 in Batu Caves | comments(0)
Will be in Kuala Lumpur in March for 3 days. Can we go to Batu Caves on our own or do we need to join a tour? Thanks! Posted in the Asia forum.
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By on Feb 23, 2012 in Batu Caves, Thaipusam | comments(0)
This Hindu festival is marked by a procession where people carry kvadais (burdens) from a temple in the city to Batu caves and many are also pierced by hooks in the backs, through tongue and cheeks etc.
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By on Feb 5, 2012 in Thaipusam, Uncategorized | comments(0)
Thaipusam is perhaps best known for the procession of Hindu devotees who, on the day of the festival, carry a burden called a Kavadi.
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Thaipusam:body piercing to show devotion – Dim Sum Diary
By on Jul 5, 2011 in Batu Caves, Selayang | comments(0)
Sky Hotel Selayang is a modern boutique hotel that is located within a shopping complex and enjoys close proximity to the famous Batu Caves. Major highways nearby provides an easy access to Kuala Lumpur city centre, Petaling Jaya and …
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