Bui Vien

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Otres Beach

Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Bukit Bintang

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Big Lagoon

El Nido, Palawan

Bangui Windmills

Bangui, Ilocos Norte

Calle Crisologo

Vigan, Ilocos Sur

Filipino-Chinese Pagoda

San Fernando, La Union

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Train Ride from Sentul to Batu Cave

After the KL tour via GoKL Bus Ride, we opted to go to Batu Cave. We took a cab "somewhere" near KLCC (we didn't know how to get to Batu Cave, so we tried to walk to the nearest train station but we couldn't figure out where) so the cab driver took us to Sentul Station (KTM Komuter) and paid just around 7 RM. 

We got on the train at Sentul Station and traveled for less than 30 minutes before we arrived at Batu Cave Station.

The Golden Buddha

When we got there, there were so many stalls selling local products and food. You can also see some temples and shrines, as well as mini zoo, yes.. mini zoo! Hahahaha. We were too excited to see what's inside the cave so we climbed up for around 45 minutes.

Being exhausted wasn't that of a problem.

Don't expect a good-smelling, cold cave because it's literally a bat cave and it smells like a bat but, if you're adventurous, you'll appreciate these things. 

Another temple inside

These temples thingy make me want to fast forward time so I can travel to India. It's a big cave and some few people were in it, and yes, more bats. I wonder why most Indians don't wear slippers in Batu Cave. You can stay there for as long as you want and enjoy the interesting miniature statues. 

The end-part of the cave

There's a small opening at the latter part of the cave. It's pretty interesting to see this wonderful creation of nature. It doesn't cost much to travel from Kuala Lumpur Sentral to Batu Caves.. Probably just about 25 - 30 RM for the transportation (for 2)..