As a natural tourist site, the cave and surrounds are spectacular as they are but added facilities now make it more compelling than ever to visit.
Kek Lok Tong now offers bicycle and boat rental services by Riverfun Management PLT.
Also for half an hour, visitors can take a stroll along the water passage with two- or four-person boats respectively for RM12 or RM20.
“A barrier is set up at the end of the accessible passage as a precautionary measure,” said the person in-charge, Amy Liaw.
Apart from the bicycle and boat riding, visitors can opt for the usual nice and relaxing walk or a brisk one around the garden, which is filled with statues of Chinese deities, plants and gazebos.
The staircase up and down the cave is installed with anti-slip mats, which is a great safety precaution, especially for the elderly who are visiting.
Kek Lok Tong is certainly one of the best places in town to unwind from work stress and daily undertakings.
Pictures and video by Gisele Soo