How to go to Batu Caves
How to get there :
Batu Caves is located at the northern
section of the Middle Ring Road II.
From Kuala Lumpur City, use Jalan Sultan
Ismail (westbound) road and drive right to the end and turn into Jalan
Kinabalu (northbound towards Kepong), connecting to Jalan Kuching at the
Duta roundabout, connecting to Jalan Ipoh via overpass at the Kepong
After that, look for road signs that leads
you to Batu Caves or Genting Highlands. You will be exiting the road, up a
ramp into a huge roundabout. At the roundabout, take the exit at 3 o'clock
(3rd exit) and then keep to left.
About one kilometer from the roundabout
you are able to see Batu Caves in sight.
Use Cityliner bus no. 69 from Jalan Pudu or
Intrakota bus no. 11D from Pasar Seni.
By using RAPIDKL, you can get
reasonable and cozy transportation to Batu Cave from KL City..
From the Titiwangsa Terminal, take
RapidKL bus route U6. The bus will stop at the entrance to Batu Caves.
Inform the bus driver of your destination so that you will not miss
pressing the bell to stop the bus.
The fare is RM2 and the ticket is a day
pass for all RapidKL Uxx routes. Keep the ticket for the return journey.
All you have to do is to show it to the bus driver upon boarding.
Take a taxi to Batu Caves, as the site is relatively isolated. The trip is RM10 to RM15 under
normal traffic condition
Since 2009 visitors are able to get to Batu
Caves from Kuala Lumpur City by train.
The railroad beside Batu Caves is upgraded
for extension of the KTM commuter
train service from Sentul.