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This beautiful temple is located at the last quarter uphill drive to Genting Highland on the right side of the main road.
There are quite plenty to venture in and around the temple area. Amongst them there's a more challenging stairs up to the pagoda...More
The temple have many various outdoor monument and statues, but some may not realized that the main feature is within the building.
You are required to take an elevator inside to get into the main temple built inside a partially renovated cave.
Can obviously see...More
Chin Swee Caves Temple is a Taoist temple that’s set on a 28-acre plot of rocky forested land in Genting Highlands, where locals often frequent for religious rituals and enjoy the serene atmosphere. It was erected in honour of Reverend Master Chin Swee, a Buddhist...More
Was driving to the outlet mall in Genting Highland and decided to stop for some pics. Definitely worth it.
I cool breeze and mountain view was very refreshing. Very clean and a great place to take some pics or worship. This is a Chinese place...More
The Awana SkyWay operates seven days a week from 7:00am to midnight. tickets at RM8 per person. From first world to Chin Swee Temple but there's a long walk to cable car... More
The Awana SkyWay operates seven days a week from 7:00am to midnight. tickets at RM8 per person. From first world to Chin Swee Temple but there's a long walk to cable car station.
First World Hotel - Chin Swee Caves Temple
Shuttle bus service
9.00am - 12.00pm (Hourly)
2.00pm - 9.00pm (Hourly)
Taxi available at the hotel lobby. You gotta check the price with the driver. Most driver would like travel from Genting to Kuala Lumpur (RM150-200)
When you found a perfect driver get their namecard give them a call. If they're available they will fetch you. Or they will ask their partner at the location to fetch you.
If you are using Grab it's about (RM20-30) Genting to Chin Swee Temple
Or you can use Grab to compare the prices of the ride.
Hi TA members, After much browsing through this forum, I have created this itinerary for my trip to KL in August. Really looking forward to your feedback on the feasibility of it, given I will be traveling with a 9-month old infant and wont be able to cover too much in a day. Please also share your thoughts on whether a day trip to Malacca would be doable, or would it be a bit too much for 1 day? Fri : Leave SG at night by Aeroline coach Sat : Reach KL around 1-2AM, check-in to Corus...More
June 22, 2016|
All looks good except for this one : Petrosains Science Discovery Centre. This guy is in Suria KLCC one of the top floors. Maybe you want to bundle them together. You could spend 1-3 hours depend on how fast you walk and view stuff there. Melaka Day trip is doable depend on how many places you visiting in Melaka. Travel time is 2hours one way. Keep that in mind. Wed- Batu caves, there is lot of staircase steps to climb just in case cause you got an infant. If you figures this out then...More
Batu Caves, Genting Highlands Parks & Chin Swee Cave Temple (1 Replies)
Hi Guys Can we complete Batu Caves, Genting Highlands Parks & Chin Swee Cave Temple in 1 Day? Please suggest how to go about doing these we are staying near Putra WTC. We are ready to wake up Early have Breakfast and then do these. Also what are the opening Hrs of Batu Caves some places they say its 6AM at some places it says its 8AM Thank you
June 20, 2013|
Yes you can do all these 3 in 1 day - but it's going to be one really really hectic and rushed day, so definitely, DO NOT attempt to do all the above in 1 day! I would simply avoid the caves, and just go to genting. Its cool, great cable car ride, and there are 2 theme parks which you can do for about US$ 30... outdated, but worth the price. Others here will say no, but for the price its absolutely fine, and it will keep you engaged for the full day. Chin swee temple - just take the...More