Batu Caves is about 13km north of Kuala Lumpur and is a popular Hindu shrine. It is a limestone hill with 3 main caves and temples. At the entrance, there is a large statue of Lord Murugan. To enter the cave temples, you will have to climb the 272 staircases to the cave. During Thaipusam, Batu Caves will be full of people. Therefore, please avoid Thaipusam if you wish to enter the caves temple.
- 搭KTM电动火车从KL Sentral 站到Batu Caves 站
- 搭Rapid KL的公共巴士从Medan Pasar（从中央巴刹往前走，靠近曼谷银行处）到黑风洞。有好几路的公共巴士从吉隆坡市中心到黑风洞，最好到Rapid KL的官网 http://www.myrapid.com.my 查询最新路线。
**更新：原来的免费停车场已没有了，私家车一律交 RM2 、客货车和巴士另有额外收费。
- Take KTM Komuter from KL Sentral to Batu Caves.
- Take Rapid KL public bus from Medan Pasar (nearby the Bangkok Bank further from Central Market) to Batu Caves. There are different routes of bus running to Batu Caves from the city center. For updates, please refer to Rapid KL official website: http://www.myrapid.com.my
- Batu Caves is just next to Middle Ring Road II (MRR2), if you drive there you can park your car at the free parking lot in front of Batu Caves entrance.
**Update: No more free parking at Batu Caves, parking fee for private car is RM2, van and bus have additional charges.
**Update: Commenced from year 2015, visitors who wear sleeveless shirt, or short pants, or short skirts, are not allowed to climb up to Batu Caves. However, those visitors with short pants/ skirts can rent a sarong to wear at the entrance.