Things You Can Do Here
- See the world famous limestone temple, and witness colorful hindu shrines of Batu Caves.
- If time permits, hike the stairs to the stunning Batu Caves limestone and explore the cool cave up the hill area.
- See & learn how pewters are made in the world famous Royal Selangor Pewter factory.
- Watch batik artisan create hand made batik from scratch. See how the traditional Asian cloth wax printing is done in the batik factory — either using block or printed by hand, making each cloth a unique art of its own.
The Batu Caves
Built in 1892 the Batu Caves temple is one of the most visited Hindu temple in Malaysia.
Located in a high limestone cave, this temple is considered one of the holiest outside India.
Expect massive crowds if you happen to visit during Thaipusam celebration.
The Royal Selangor Pewter
This is the biggest pewter factory in the world.
Starter in 1885, the Royal Selangor Pewter started as a small shop selling Buddhist ceremonial items for ancestral altars.
A few generations later, the factory blossoms into a world famous craft and jewelry company with royal recognition.
Crafts making class called the School of Hard Knocks is offered for those interested to bring home their own hand made pewter.
From KL City Center