Took a free shuttle from First World hotel, the bus trip took only 10 minutes before arriving at the temple. The scenery and air was great. Do visit if you stay at First World or a hotel nearby. I think the temple is built around caves as you can still see the caves along parts of the temple. there is a pagoda that you can climb right to the top to if you like to get some exercise. Basically you see a lot of clouds once you get to the level of the main entrance of the temple as you look outside... not sure if you want to climb further up if it is super windy that day. The architecture is pretty too if you like to snap some photos.
Vegetarian restaurant very affordable, portion generous and tasted much much better than the food in the hotel (ie. restaurants, cafes). You can order noodles / fried rice and enjoy it for less than RM 10. They sell some vegetarian food items too. There is a foodstuff store and small shop selling bracelets, small items etc.