{kuala lumpur} batu’s ramayana

October 24, 2016

Located just outside of Kuala Lumpur is Batu caves. The first (on the left) is Ramayana Cave. I wasn’t sure exactly what I was getting into as I walked toward this cave, but it turned out to be such an interesting place to visit. Guarding the cave entrance is a 50-foot tall statue of Hanuman and a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Once inside, you can’t miss the enormous statue of the sleeping Kumbhakarna, brother of Ravana, who apparently once slept for 6 months. The cave and its shrines don’t just end there though because you can then climb up and see even more ornate shrines and an interestingly-lit view of those below. What a crazy, kind of scary, climb to the top!

Read about our other Malaysian adventures: a tunnel through timetemple colorsgereja st georgehidden cakes @ china housejetty villagelocal hawker eatstemple lanternsmansion that’s blueup to penang hillsights atop penang hilltemple atop penang hillblack-domed mosqueincensekek lok si is pure bliss, part 1kek lok si is pure bliss, part 2red christ churcheating jonker streetreflectionkampung mortenup to st. paul’s hillinteractive street artview from the waterisland lovethe twinsmasjid negaraall islamic artmarket browsingmenaramasjid jamek

A batu photo adventure:







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