The square located at the base of the statue of Kuan Yin stretches from the entry gateway to the statue of Buddha with a small Buddhist temple named “Buddha Hall” at the centre which is aligned to the main temple below. Buddha Hall is open to all to make offerings.
Within the square, just behind the small Buddhist Temple is a statue of the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong. This statue is erected by the Chin Swee Caves Temple Building Society in appreciation of Tan Sri Lim’s leadership in the development of Genting Highlands Resort and Chin Swee Caves Temple. The statue is also a show of gratitude for his immense philanthropic contributions to society and a mark of respect for his great success in business.
There are inscriptions on a plaque behind the late Tan Sri Lim’s statue describing his role as the founder of the Chin Swee Caves Temple Society and as the man who was instrumental in leading a group from the Anxi Clan to build this temple to commemorate the good deeds of the Reverend Chin Swee. The inscriptions also document the late Tan Sri Lim’s personal contributions and devotion to the continuing upgrading and improvement of the temple’s facilities.