We’ll be visiting the places as the title of the experiences when you signed up for this experiences!! “Stone” in Malay we called “Batu” and of course the word “Caves” definitely origin from the language of English. Despite from climbing up the 272 staircase or taking picture with the golden statue, we'll pay a visit to the local coffee shop or taste some street food beside the road which is the top selection of the local to have their meal during lunch or tea time as refreshment.
I’m a typical teenage boy who born and raise in a village behind this famous tourist spot. I love to observe every single details that beautify my homeland, sharing the interesting stories and facts that hide behind the famous tourist spot. I hope authentic cultural nor architecture in Malaysia have the potential to impress every single one who pay a visit to this piece of lad. Besides, I love meeting new people from different continents with this opportunity given. In summary, I’m enjoying this job that create memories with people around the world and let the world know more about this piece of land.
- A local street food- "Rojak" !!
- A bottled mineral (To keep yourself hydrated) -Come to this tropical country how can you miss our coconut water?
A private five seated car (For stay within KL city center)
We will be at one of a famous tourist spot in the city, Batu Caves. You can climb up to the cave with 272 staircases. Rather than just look at the huge statue that, you should slow down your pace and have a detailed look at the temple and creatures in the cave. Try to explore every single second when you're in there. Then, we'll be heading to a local restaurant or street food spot for some refreshment.
A Detailed Look Into The Caves