How much does it cost to go to Batu Caves?
When it comes to the Batu Caves entrance fee, one of the great things is that the main temple complex (where all the photos in this article are from) is free. The Dark Cave environmental tour can only be done with a guide and it costs RM35 (US$7.80) for an adult and RM25 (US$5.60) for a child.
How do I get to Batu Caves Malaysia?
Batu Caves is easily reached by KTM Komuter train using the Batu Caves-Port Klang Route, costing RM2. 30 for a one-way journey from KL Sentral. KTM Komuter: Take the KTM Komuter and stop at the Batu Caves Komuter station. Batu Caves is about 5 minutes walk from the Komuter station.
How do I get to Batu Caves by train?
- Get to KL Sentral Railway Station.
- Buy a ticket to ‘Batu Caves Station’ from the KTM Komuter Line.
- Look for the Sign ‘Batu Caves’ on the Platform.
- Batu Caves Station is the 8th Station from KL Sentral Station.
- Exit Batu Caves Station & find the Lord Murugan Statue.
Is Batu Caves open on Sunday?
Batu Caves opening hours are 6AM to 9PM. The caves are open on all days of the week. Timings of Batu Caves Temple are same as the opening hours of the caves.