day 1:-we Started the day off exploring colonial buildings and areas showcasing Kuala Lumpur’s ethnic mix. In the morning,we headed to the Sri Mahamariamman Temple the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia. Founded in 1873, the temple was dedicated to Mariamman, the South Indian mother goddess. Then we traveled to the Islamic Arts Museum, home to one of best collections of Islamic decorative arts in the world. From there, we made our way to the Thean Hou Temple a famous Chinese temple, dedicated to Thean Hou, the heavenly queen. For dinner,we headed to Jalan Alor for some fantastic Malay-Chinese cuisine. There are mostly Chinese restaurants in this street, where you can sit down on plastic stools along the pavement.
On our second day, we wokeup early to get to the Batu Caves, just north of the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Set on a massive limestone hill, Batu Caves is an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor. we were greeted by golden statue of Lord Murugan. Inside, there is a Hindu Shrine lined with different deities. Though it is easy to get around by yourself, availing a tour is recommended to learn its history and significance.