Visitors to ‘Batu Caves of Johor’ will be greeted with a dazzling interior

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  • Saturday, 31 Jan 2015

Temple of gold: Devotees G. Suseela (left) and M. Veni lighting clay lamps after praying at the newly renovated Sri Maha Siva Muniswaran temple, which has a golden interior now, in Johor Baru.

JOHOR BARU: When some 35,000 devotees, including those from Japan and Singapore, visit the Sri Maha Siva Muniswaran temple this Thaipusam, they will be greeted with a newly renovated “golden” interior.

The interior of the temple – known as the Batu Caves of Johor – was recently installed with gold-plated tiles as well as gold chrome plates for its ceiling.

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