|Location||Batu Caves Sri Murugan Perumal Kovil, Batu caves, Selangor, Malaysia|
|Material||350 tons of Steel bars, 1,550 cubic metres of Concrete, and 300 litres of gold paint|
|Height||42.7 metres (140 ft)|
|Opening date||29 January 2006Thaipusam festivalduring|
|Dedicated to||Malaysian Tamils and Malaysian Hindu|
Lord Murugan Statue (Tamil: முருகன் சிலை; Bahasa Malaysia: Tugu Dewa Murugga), is the tallest statue of a Hindu deity in Malaysia and third tallest statue of a Hindu deity in the world, after Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue in Indonesia and Kailashnath Mahadev Statue in Nepal. It is also the tallest statue in Malaysia at 42.7 metres (140 ft) in height.
The statue was built by Tamil Malaysians. It took three years to construct, and was unveiled in January 2006 during Thaipusam festival. The managing authority of the temple rests with the Tamil descendants. Inspired by this statue, 146 ft tall Puthiragoundampalayam Murugan Statue was sculpted in Salem district of Tamil Nadu in 2022.
Every year, thousands of devotees from Tamil Nadu & Sri Lanka visit this temple to pay their tributes to the deity at the auspicious day of Thaipusam according to the Tamil Calendar. It is located at the Sri Murugan Perumal Kovil at the foot of Batu Caves.