Explore Kuala Lumpur's beautiful countryside and find out how the impressive Batu Caves and Little India district are connected. Discover the energetic Little India district and enjoy a delicious Indian lunch!
Combine colorful markets, scenery, and handicrafts on a tour that takes you to the beautiful Batu caves and the bustling district of Little India. Leave the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur behind and head to the 400-million-year-old Batu Caves. Explore the Batu Caves and hear about the history and connection to Hindu culture. Take a closer look at the golden Statue Lord Murugan and be impressed by its size and beauty. Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims before you and brave the climb to reach a temple filled with Hindu shrines. On your way down, snap a few pictures of the friendly monkeys looking to pick up treats from visitors. Your journey continues to the streets of energetic Little India back in Kuala Lumpur City. Discover the flavors, spices, and colors of the Indian culture. Explore various temples, churches, shrines, and mosques within Little India’s borders. Browse bright displays of saris and gold jewelry alongside food stalls and craftsmen’s booths. Learn how the Indians enjoy their food and try one of the best dishes from the Indian cuisine: Banana Leaf Curry (can be vegetarian as well). Continue experiencing Indian culture by discovering one of Little India's most elegant buildings, which is not only beautiful to see but is made for a beautiful purpose as well. Your local insider can tell you what's its use and the story behind it. End your tour with one of the most prominent Hindu temples of Malaysia. Its impressive structure and Sri Lankan Tamil architecture made it one of the most remarkable landmarks. Decide together with your local insider if you want to go inside or admire the beautiful exterior of the edifice. Head back to your car and enjoy the ride back to the hotel as you get your last recommendation from your local insider. Important note! Dress code: As with any religious site in Malaysia, do dress appropriately and refrain from disturbing the monks and devotees.