Essay About Batu Caves

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Malaysia, a unique country located near to equator which means that Malaysia is being hot and humid throughout the year and free from natural disaster such as earthquake, typhoon and tornado. With the advantageous geography location of Malaysia that deals with the tropical climate, Malaysia recently becomes one of the famous tourist destinations. In Malaysia, numerous mountains, forests, caves and islands are all in their very natural form. Due to the beauty and amazing atmosphere at the tourist attractions such as Redang Island, Langkawi, Batu Caves, Kinabalu National Park, Mount Tahan, etc. successfully attracted more and more tourist to visit Malaysia as their travel destination. As I registered the course, Tourism Management, I was required to visit Batu Caves to…show more content…
I was excited and happy that I would be able to have a one day trip to Batu Caves where I have never been there before. As that would be my first time visits to Batu Caves, one of the most cherished historical religious attractions in Malaysia, I have done some researches about Batu Caves and to avoid of doing taboos that might break Hindu belief. Batu Caves is located at Gombak, Selangor which is roughly 13km North of Kuala Lumpur. Even though Batu Caves is just located 13km from the capital city of Malaysia, the surprising and beautiful natural atmosphere and the cultural significance site make it seem like it is far away from any skyscraper or urban areas. And that is why Batu Caves is able to become one of the most famous tourist spots in Malaysia. The name Batu Caves came from the Sungai Batu (Batu River) which flows past the hill and also Batu Caves is the name of a village nearby. Batu Caves is one of the most Hindu sacred sites in Malaysia that shrines outside India which is dedicated to Lord Murugan. The caves are

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