The temple is a Murugan temple. It is located at one end of a hill. From one side, you can see Palani valley view (but in December, there is mist cover. So you can't really see much). On the other side, you can see city view. I didn't see any exotic architecture, carving etc in this temple like the other famous temples of Tamil Nadu. So I would say if you want to visit a temple for religious/faith purpose, or if you want to see the valley view, visit this place. I would not consider this temple as a sight-seeing place, although all tour operators would market it like that. They would add this temple, and the 2 surrounding views to make it 3 different sight-seeing places.