Batu Caves in Malaysia 

My early start turned into a lie in and made me appreciate a good nights sleep. I then got my Nescafe sachet (I’ve been collecting them) and enjoyed a nice cup of coffee with Oreos for breakfast. 


I made my way to KL Sentral after a kind lady named Lee took me there, she even paid for my ticket (54p I didn’t have to worry about). Thank you!!! It’s a direct train if you take the KM commuter and around 7 stops. The entrance fee is free (yay) so you don’t even have to worry about that. 


There was a or of maintenance work going on when I was there, as you can tell from my pictures. 


I then climbed the stairs to the top and entered the cave. Please note even though this is a cave you still have to cover because of the temples. 


I then made my way back down to the bottom, enjoyed a strawberry Fanta and then off I went again to explore. 

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