4 in 1 Nature Trip to Batu Caves, Firefly, Waterfall & Hotspring Trip

You'll be picked up from your Kuala Lumpur hotel early in the morninv for a tranquil escape from the busy city to the 4 Nature and religious places and enjoying your day while swimming and enjoying the beautiful Batu Caves. First visit will be the Batu Caves and you will be climbing up to 272 steps before reaching the main entrance of the temple inside the limestone caves. After finish your visit here our driver will drive you to a Natural Hotspring and you may swim or just soak your feet inside the hotspring pool. Once done for almost about and hour you will continue the journey to the Kanching waterfall for a cold water and you may swim at the waterfall or just enjoy the forest and trekking along the path inside the reserve forest.

Your journey will be continue by visiting the Bukit Melawati and before dusk you will be spending the rest of your day at Fisherman Village for Dinner and Firefly trip

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  • What's included :
    • Bottled water
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • Private transportation
    • Entrance ticket to Waterfall
    • Entry/Admission - Kanching Rainforest Waterfall
    • Entry/Admission - 天空之镜 老鹰 荧火虫 蓝眼泪 AT D TOURS JETTY
    What's excluded :
    • Lunch - Available at own cost
    • Dinner - Available at own cost
    • Tickets Fare for Boat ride
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    Stop At: Batu Caves, Batu Caves, Selangor

    The Batu Caves in Malaysia are one of the most important Hindu religious sites outside of India and are a must-see once you tire of shopping and wandering Kuala Lumpur.

    Just eight short miles north of the city, the Batu Caves are just one of the many interesting things to do around Kuala Lumpur. The caves attract around 5,000 visitors a day who come to climb the grueling 272 steps up to the caverns.

    The Batu Caves are a focal point for Hindu Malaysians, particularly during Thaipusam: they house a 113-year-old temple, along with an interesting array of Hindu artwork and shrines.

    Every year during the Hindu festival of Thaipusam, the Batu Caves attract more than a million devotees and spectators. The eight-hour procession of music and ceremony leaves offerings before a giant statue of Lord Murugan, the Hindu God of War.

    What to Expect at the Batu Caves

    Approaching the caves, the first thing you notice is a towering golden statue of Lord Murugan. Erected in 2006, this statue is the largest in the world dedicated to the deity and stands guard to the 272 leg-burning steps that lead up to the cave entrances.

    As you make your way up the steps, you will undoubtedly be entertained by a tribe of monkeys that feed off the steady stream of tourists. You may take pictures, but pay attention to your belongings!

    Resting points along the stairs provide nice views of the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur.

    Some Things to Know Before Visiting the Batu Caves

    Admission to Batu Caves is free.

    The caves are open all year from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

    The area is not very handicap-accessible, so senior travelers may have difficulty getting up the stairs to the entrances.

    The wild caves are very muddy; bring a change of clothes if you plan to take any of the spelunking tours.

    There are stalls and restaurants offering Indian food outside the entrance of the Batu Caves.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Hot Springs Selayang, Baru Selayang Batu Caves, Gombak, 68100 Malaysia

    Selayang Hot Spring is located on the left hand side of the trunk road as you travel from Jalan Ipoh towards the town of Rawang. This spring is located just before the flyover that leads to Bandar Baru Selayang. Look out for the signage "Kolam Air Panas" and park your car at the designated parking bays.

    According to the locals, this place has been in existence for the past four decades and is a popular spot among the locals. They believed that this spring water is able to cure them of skin diseases and other ailments. Hence it is not surprising that you see many elderly and young people coming here to take bath especially during the weekends.

    There are four hot springs. Three of them are big and one tiny shallow spring with diameter as small as a small well. The one that is located far left and furthest away from the car park has the highest temperature. You will not be able to use this water directly as it will scald your body.

    Scoop the water and place it on a pail for it to cool down before using it. The one at the far right does not look clean as there is algae living in it hence it is not as appealing to use its water compared to the rest of the springs.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Kanching Rainforest Waterfall, Jalan Lebuhraya Selayang, Kuala Lumpur 52100 Malaysia

    The Kanching Falls are located between Kuala Lumpur and Rawang in Selangor, Malaysia, and is a popular tourist destination in Kuala Lumpur. The waterfalls consist of seven tiers. A well-maintained recreation park provides access to the lower falls. To reach the upper falls uphill scrambling may be necessary.

    Kanching Rainforest Waterfall, also known as Kanching Recreational Forest, is set in a forest reserve of nearly 500 hectares in the Rawang district just north of Kuala Lumpur.

    Its close proximity to the city makes this forest park a very popular spot for picnics, camping, swimming and jungle walking especially at weekends. The park is also popular with photographers who like to try out their talents at snapping fast moving water.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Bukit Melawati, Kuala Selangor Malaysia

    At Melawati Hill (Monkey Hill) at this area you may experience the nice view of Kuala Selangor and can explore the Fort Altingsburg, the Royal Mausoleum and the legendary 100 steps leading to the fabled execution block. You also can encounter with the silver-leaf monkeys at this spot. The silvery lutung is a medium-sized monkey with a long, non-prehensile tail. It has grey-tipped, dark brown or black fur, giving it a uniform silvery appearance. Unlike some related species, there are no paler markings on the face or body, except for a patch of whitish hair on the groin of females. A crest of fur runs along the top of the head, and the hair on the cheeks is long, often obscuring the ears. The hands and feet are hairless, with dark coloured skin, and have opposable thumbs and toes. Females range from 46 to 51 centimetres (18 to 20 in) in head-body length, with an average weight of 5.7 kilograms (13 lb) and a tail length of 67 to 75 centimetres (26 to 30 in). Males are slightly larger, from 50 to 58 centimetres (20 to 23 in) in length, with an average weight of 6.6 kilograms (15 lb) and a tail length of 67 to 75 centimetres (26 to 30 in). Like other langurs, the silvery lutung has a large three-chambered stomach to digest the cellulose found in its herbivorous diet. This allows for fermentation of food, and has some similarities with the stomach of ruminants. The intestine is unusually long, even compared to those of other langurs, and has a number of pouches along its length, which carry out further fermentation of plant matter. The teeth have grinding ridges and other modifications to allow the more efficient processing of tough leaves.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: 天空之镜 老鹰 荧火虫 蓝眼泪 AT D TOURS JETTY, No 1, Jalan Bagan Sungai Yu, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia

    We will be leaving to Pasir Penambang or the fisherman village for you to go with a boat ride for firefly tour and later can have a dinner at the seafood restaurant by the river of Kuala Selangor. After finish the dinner the main attraction is to go with a motor boat along the Kuala Selangor River to see or watch the fireflies at the mangrove area. Fireflies, locally-known as ‘kelip kelip’, are perhaps Kuala Selangor’s biggest attraction. Emitting bright light from its abdomen, this bug tends to favour mangrove swamp areas. During the night, they can be seen illuminating the mangrove trees lining the riverbanks, while they feed on the leaves' nectar.

    Duration: 3 hours

  • Departure Point :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Any location of hotel in within Kuala Lumpur (extra charges for pickup outside Kuala Lumpur) please stated your hotel name. Pickup will be at 9am at your hotel lobby.NOTE: Notify us your hotel name that you are staying.* Bring Extra Clothes and Swimming Gear.
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    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Infants must sit on laps
    • Most travelers can participate
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
    • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.



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