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Sunday, January 17, 2010

Chin Swee Caves Temple, Genting Highlands

Picture was taken on New Year Day of 1st Jan 2010.

Chin Swee Caves Temple is situated at 4,600 ft above sea level and it has the most scenic view of Genting Highlands. On a misty day, it looks like Heaven on Earth. Here, one could enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere while looking at the most breathtaking view of the surroundings.

This temple was built by the founder of Genting Highlands Resort, the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong. It took 18 years to complete and was officially opened on 29 March 1994.

Would you like to visit this place?

For information on rooms and packages, retreats, you can visit their website here.

Scenic Sunday

This is my entry for the fun and wonderful weekly meme, Scenic Sunday #79. To participate or view other pictures around the world, click on the icon above.


  1. Hi, this is a great photo. I love the clouds!

  2. This is so amazing! The architecture is arresting and fog makes everything just even more wonderful.

  3. breathtakingly amazing wonder of asia. one day i will be there.

  4. Very scenic shot, I love the clouds.

  5. A wonderful shot from above of the wonderful Chinese architecture with the mysterious fog...

  6. fantastic photo!
    I love the buildings and mixed with clouds is wonderful.

  7. Oh this is magnificent. I'll be in the Cameron Highlands for two nights, now I would like to also visit these beautiful highlands as well. Thanks so much for showing this, I'm off to check it out now, hopefully I'll be able to visit them too.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

  8. BlossomFlowerGirl, Genting is a good option. Wishing you a safe journey and wonderful time during your holiday at Cameron Highlands. Don't forget to visit Boh Plantations there. Lasly, Selamat Datang (Wecome) to Malaysia! :))

    Thank you very much to everyone for the kind sweet words.

    I'm sorry for commenting late because I just came back from a 2 day outstation trip.

  9. This is truly a beautiful temple. I've heard about it a long time ago. Just by looking at the picture does give a pleasant feeling of being the midst of heaven and earth. I checked the link you provided for more information about this temple and bookmarked it. Would definitely want to visit it one day.

  10. I read your response to Bananaz' post on the gong man. You brought up a very interesting point about using the moon and sun shadow to read time. It does make sense how the celestial shadows could play an important role in guiding people to know what time of day it was.


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