Taman Wahyu Station is a Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) train station. It is located in Taman Wahyu, in the northern part Kuala Lumpur and it is one of the train stations along the Seremban Line. The Taman Wahyu station is just after Batu Caves Station, open to the public since 2010. It has two tracks and two platforms, thus two trains can go simultaneously going to different directions. The Taman Wahyu Station is open from six am until 9.30 pm. It is just six hundred meters from the centre of Taman Wahyu itself.
Driving to Taman Wahyu Station from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur will take about twenty minutes, depending on the current traffic, to cover the ten kilometres journey.
The Taman Wahyu Station is accessible by KTM trains and also other train services especially from KL Sentral. The Taman Wahyu Station is connected directly to the KL Sentral station and it is just seven stops away. Passengers from other lines, or even other services such as the LRT and MRT, can switch to the Komuter line at KL Sentral and several other specific stops.
Since Taman Wahyu Station is located in Kuala Lumpur, it is still easy to get a metered taxi.
Batu Caves is definitely one of the popular tourist destinations in Malaysia, especially among the Hindus. The caves house several shrines and among the most popular outside India. The Batu Caves has a magnificently huge statue of Lord Murugan, the God of War of the Hindu religion. At the Batu Caves, there are four caves but the most popular one is the main cave. The main cave is also known as the Temple Cave and it is located at the entrance of the cave. The steep flight of 272 steps of stairs that people would typically associate with Batu Caves is the only way to enter the main cave. At the main cave, there is a shrine for the Hindu people. The Batu Caves is the focal point during the Thaipusam celebration in Malaysia and there will be a huge parade going towards it. Batu Caves is open to the public, to all religion. There are no fees to enter the main cave but there are donation boxes around the area for those who are feeling generous. Do beware of the wild macaques that are aplenty at Batu Caves and do not feed them or take out any food from bags, as they will attack for food.
This is a naturally occurring hot spring in Selayang, which is just ten kilometres from Taman Wahyu Station. It is also one of the popular spots in Kuala Lumpur, especially among the locals. During weekends and public holidays, the place is usually filled with people. At this spring, there are four pools with different temperatures, ranging from warm up to almost scorching hot. Tourists usually flock to the coolest pool among four to soak themselves. Apart from the pools, the place is also equipped with a small shop selling snacks and drinks for the tourists. The owner of the shop also provides the service of renting a large bucket and a plastic scoop to use at the pools. There are also several traditional massage parlours at the hot spring. The entrance is free but there are parking fees at RM 2 for a car and 50 cents for a motorbike.
The hotel is located just two kilometres away from the Taman Wahyu Station and it is one of the best places to stay. The Crystal Crown Hotel has three types of room, starting from RM 159 up to RM 222 per night and they are all have complimentary breakfast services together with free Wi-Fi connection.