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I visited Chin Swee Cave Temple in Malaysia in July 2018. It is very beautiful, peaceful and worth to visit. The atmosphere is pure. The cloud flies across our faces, it is excited. We have never faced this experience in my life.
i am very happy and satisfied visiting this place!
if i did any thing right in Malaysia is visiting Genting and coming to this place.
i m not sure if it is suitable for children or not as they pictured the hell and the punishments...More
This is a must see temple, Chin Swee Cave Temple, if you are visiting Genting Highland. The Temple attracts many local and foreigners devotees .
It free entry and peaceful location with a very beautiful scenery, statues and cool weather. A good walk around and great...More
With a few friends we drove to the Getting highlands area, and accessed the temple by cable car. The temple is pretty cool and has lots to see. The views are also fab. Of you keep continuing up via cable car you will also be...More
For this we parked on The Resort World Hotel car park, checked out the shopping mall before heading to level 4 to use the Awana Skyway. The ticket machines were very easy to use and only 8rm for a return. We went all the way...More
Chin Swee caves are a Chinese cultural place, aside of the great experience of the cable car "Skyway" up to the top of Genting Highlands, but this first stop is great, several caves, sculptures, temples telling stories about Buddhist Monk's life
Nice place to get a good view of the surroundings. You can view the sculptures depicting the different levels of Hell. Not Dante's 7 circles. Food is much cheaper than at the Genting Resorts. The Skyway stops at the temple but was closed during out...More