Ramayana Cave

Ramayana Cave, Batu Caves: Hours, Address, Ramayana Cave Reviews: 4/5

Ramayana Cave
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Points of Interest & Landmarks • Caverns & Caves • Religious Sites
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8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Prabhutva
Bharatpur, India72 contributions
Family
Situated near batu caves is this beautiful cave called ramayana caves. The complete story on ramayan is so beautifully carved on the stones that u are mesmerised with the view. Its well kept and is so interesting to see that how someone imagined to brief the whole Indian mythology on caves that too so far from India. A must see place.
Written April 12, 2020
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ITomm
Edithvale, Australia72 contributions
I call it a Fantasy Land but with respect to the fact that this cave has a very religious background - apologies if I offended. The visitor walks into a cave entrance and is immediately taken aback by the size, the coloured lights and the diorama of statues that tell the story of the Indian Ramayana epic. The colours are entrancing. The ceiling of the cave looms way up high overhead and every now and then you catch a glimpse of some birds flitting around to and from their nests. There is a steep semi-spiral stairway at the back of the cave which allows you a view down to the cave floor and a wider view the dioramas skirting the edges of the cave walls. Too, being inside the cave is a cool relief from the outside humidity ad heat!
Written February 18, 2020
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Hasantha G
Sydney150 contributions
Ticketed so very few people but much smaller cave than the main one. Sculptures lit but I found it verging on the tacky rather than beautiful. However, there are hundreds of statues and as its cool and quite and less crowded, still a worthwhile side trip if you visit the main Batu caves. If you are facing the main stairs to the large cave with the giant statue to your right, this temple is about 100m on the left.
Written March 21, 2020
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baghdadlian
Montreal, Canada3,282 contributions
After visiting Batu Caves we went to visit the Ramayana Cave. Here we paid an entrance fee and not a lot of people visit this one. It was cleaner than the Batu Caves one and it was like a fantasy land cave. Its cool and we enjoyed it
Written March 27, 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK157,554 contributions
The Ramayana Cave is another of the caves inside the Batu Caves complex. If it wasn’t for TripAdvisor, I would not have known about this attraction, such is the overwhelming fame of the main Batu Cave complex. The cave uses sculptures to tell the story of the Indian epic, the Ramayana. I’ve never read the story, but I got the gist of it from the sculptures. It’s great fun walking through the caves as the story of the Ramayana is presented in chronological order. All the sculptures are lovingly created in typical South Indian style, that is, brash and colourful. Not masterpieces, but charming nevertheless.

This temple is really easy to miss as the entrance is obscured by all the stalls in the Batu Caves complex. The cave is immediately to the right of the gated entrance to the complex, just after the giant green Hanuman sculpture. There is a small entrance fee, but is small and totally worth it. The Ramayana Cave is a real little gem. Children will love this, but I found it equally enchanting.
Written February 11, 2020
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Jen MonteCarlo
Dammam, Saudi Arabia396 contributions
Friends
Just near Batu Caves, you will walk pass through Ramayana Cave at Gombak Station. Batu Caves has the Golden Statue while Ramayana has the remarkable Green Statue..
Written February 17, 2019
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jrsee
Toronto, Canada492 contributions
This cave are interesting and they did a good job in lighting the replicas that are displayed withing the caves
Written August 3, 2020
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Petra & Toni Vitali
Zagreb, Croatia23 contributions
Couples
Nice place to spend 20min or so. A lot of hindu statues inside and nice cave overall. Also the entrance is really nice and entry fee is cheap
Written July 5, 2019
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m_ramesh_apurva
Hyderabad, India63 contributions
Family
As the name suggests, the caves here have beautiful life sized mannequins and statues the wonderfully and beautifully depict the tale of Ramayana. These caves have entrance tickets unlike the others near the Batu caves. .but its totally worth it. Kids, especially teenagers will like how the tale has been narrated.
Written June 23, 2019
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unifiedone
Shah Alam, Malaysia66 contributions
Friends
Do respect the place as most people are coming either for a prayer or just sightseeing.A bit humid,so bring along an umbrella,hat and a bottled water.
Written December 11, 2018
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  • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM