Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong Hall
The Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong Hall, which has 110 rooms, is used by devotees, students and others as a place for retreat, prayers, reflection, meditation and self-discovery. The tranquil environment of the temple at 4,600 feet above sea level is ideal for such activities.
The temple is now also accessible by the Awana SkyWay. Visitors can alight at the Chin Swee Station and use the escalators to get to the temple grounds. The total length of the covered Escalator Linkway is 513.50m and it was built at a cost of RM16 million for the convenience of devotees and visitors. The Escalator Linkway has been operating since 28 February 2017.
There is also a vegetarian restaurant which offers devotees and visitors healthy vegetarian food.
With additional facilities and attractions, Chin Swee Caves Temple is set to become one of the leading Chinese temples in Southeast Asia. Besides being a place to pay homage to the Reverend Chin Swee, it will also be a place to learn and understand the richness of ancient Chinese traditions.
The temple will also promote greater understanding of some of the teachings of past Chinese teachers and sages that have become the basis of traditional Chinese culture. It is also strategic venue for group activities, meditation, yoga, tai chi and other similar activities.