Location-based services (LBS) have emerged as one of the killer applications for mobile and pervasive computing environments. Due to limited bandwidth and scarce client resources, client-side data caching plays an important role of enhancing the data availability and improving the response time. In this demonstration, we present CS Cache Engine suitable for LBS. The underlying caching model is Complementary Space Caching (CS caching) scheme that we have recently presented in [citation]. Different from conventional data caching schemes, CS caching preserves a global view of the database by maintaining physical objects and capturing those objects in the server but not in the cache as Complementary Regions (CRs) in the cache. As a result, with the CS Cache Engine implementing CS caching, client assertiveness on their own answered queries is enhanced so that unnecessary requests over the wireless channel can be avoided; various kinds of location-based queries are naturally supported; and the client's ability to prefetch objects is introduced such that the response time can be further improved. In this demonstration paper, we discuss the architecture and the functionality of the CS Caching Engine that adopts CS caching. Specifically, for this demonstration, a tourist information named TravelGuide is prototyped with the support of this cache engine.