Batu Caves

Venue: Batu Caves | Classification of Accessibility: Featured Attractions | Accessibility Information: Batu Caves are located on the mountain

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Attractions Evaluation
The entrance and exit are equipped with manual doors, or there are steps, or the width is not suitable, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility must be assisted by others
The passage is high or low or has a few steps, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility must be assisted by others
There is no need or a wide drop lift to reach all floors, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility can use them alone
The staff is friendly and courteous, and can provide consulting services for wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility
Space channels are narrow, wheelchairs / people with reduced mobility must assist others

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Batumalai Sri Subramaniar Swamy Devasthanam (Malay: Batumalai Sri Subramaniar Swamy Devasthanam) is a limestone hill with a series of caves and temples located in El Mark County, Selangor, 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The name "Batu" comes from the Batu River beside the hill, and Batu Caves are also the name of the local village. Batu Caves is one of the famous Hindu sacred places outside India. It is the worship room Jianduo, and it is the center of Malaysia's Thaipusam festival celebrations.

Accessibility description

Batu Caves are located on the mountain and there are no barrier-free facilities at all. It is recommended that people with wheelchairs/handicapped do not go alone.

 FG Tips

Batu Caves are located on the mountain, wheelchair/handicapped people can only watch Buddha statues and visit the local market at the bottom of the mountain.

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Relevant information

Address : Gombak, 68100 Selangor, Malaysia

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- The temple complex of Batu Caves is located on a hill above 100 meters above sea level. To reach the Batu Caves, you have to go through wooden stairs. Wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can only look up from the mountain.

Channel design

- Most of the passages in Batu Caves are designed to be wide, but they have to go through a hundred steps and are completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- There are no ramps in all uneven places, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone


- Batu Caves do not have accessible toilets. If necessary, you can use the accessible toilets located at the foot of the mountain


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