Chin Swee Temple in Genting Highlands

A bird's eye view of the Chin Swee Temple

A bird's eye view of the Chin Swee Temple | Photo credit: Gryffindor/Wikimedia

Chin Swee Temple Overview

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Located at an altitude of 4,600 feet above sea level, the Chin Swee Temple is dedicated to the Chinese philosopher Chin Swee and took more than two decades to complete! Built into the hill side, the Taoist shrine is on multiple levels and has nine storeys.

From the top, you can enjoy magnificent views of the area. The temple attracts tourists from far and near and some of its prominent structures include a nine-storey pagoda, the Dragon Mineral Water stream, the Sky Terrace, ‘Ten Chambers of Hell’ and a giant 50-feet high Buddha statue.

Genting tourism has a free bus service to the shrine every day. Opt for the cable car for your return journey with stunning views of the tropical forests. A piece of advice: avoid visiting the temple on weekends and public holidays as the crowds are large and you may have to wait for your turn in long queues.

  • Opening Closing Time 24 hours (Daily)

  • Entrance Fee Free Entry

Religious Monument


Pahang Darul Makmur, Genting Highlands 69000, Malaysia