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Cave Villa, Batu Caves
(1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Do not go there: the animals are all prisoners of this sleazy place. The birds are chained, turtles and other snakes depress nicely in cages... In short it is a heartbreaking! At the end of the cave was the most depressing thing in the world: a turtle in a bathtub white, empty and tiny and in which people threw coins as you would in a fountain! TO FLEE!
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  • Please do not go there, it's not free and the place is from inside like one disco with all the lights and paintings. This place have only made for tourists and not in a good way. The worst part is tha...  more »
  • We decided to spend the afternoon in Batu Caves and its surroundings, the main cave to visit it, but this second cave, which is sold as a small enclosure to see some animals. Part of the caves that continent a different mural sculptures by way of historia-narrativa about the gods and myths hindus not bad. Now part of the terrarium where are reptiles etc... It is unfortunate, dirty, neglected and with conditions tiny for the poor creatures. We're going with the terrible vision of a rabbit, put in a cage as part of any reptile food, alive with supplicants and confused eyes that makes there... If you go with children forget and if not... also!
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