Batu Caves is located north of Kuala Lumpur, and it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Malaysia. In addition, frequented by tourists, Batu Caves is 100-year-old. As a site of the temple and the Hindu shrine, it attracts thousands of worshipers and tourists, especially at the time of the annual Hindu festival known as "Thaipusam." Batu Caves is characterized by Hindu statues and paintings identified in the main caves and around limestone formations. It is includes three major caves including Hindu temples and shrines, and The statue of the temple's huge temple guard at the entrance to the temple and it is the most important attraction for the Batu Caves, and by climbing the towering 272-degree stairway to the caves you can see a fascinating view of the city center.