Yuquan Temple is located at the eastern foot of Yuquan Mountain, 12 kilometers southwest of Dangyang City. The scenic area is very large, with mountains, water, wetlands, lawns, temples and historic sites, just like a big park. Yuquan Temple is one of the ancestral courts of the Tiantai ancestor, a holy land of Buddhism. It was once called the "Four Wonders in the World" together with the Tiantai Guoqing Temple in Zhejiang Province, the Lingyan Temple in Jinan in Shandong Province, and the Qixia Temple in Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. It was known as the "Famous Mountains of the Three Chus". In 1982, Yuquan The temple and iron tower are listed as national key cultural relics protection units. During the epidemic period, Yuquan Temple is free to visit. You need to scan the code to make an appointment or directly scan the code to enter. It is best to log in to the Ctrip app before you play and make an appointment first to avoid delays on site due to the Internet or other reasons. There are restaurants at the entrance of the scenic area, and there are snacks in the scenic area, so there is no need to bring anything to eat. The scenic area is very large, cultural landscape + natural landscape, and it can take as little as 2 hours to play. Mineral water is a must in the tropical zone.
The online appointment was successful, and I entered the scenic spot with a face brush. The scenery was good, interesting and fun, cost-effective, and overall excellent. I did not expect to see golden ginkgo leaves at the end of November, especially the thousand-year-old ginkgo trees in the temple, which is amazing!
The ancient trees, ancient roads and ancient towers complement each other, the natural landscape is refreshing, and the cultural connotation is magnificent. The joy and laughter left by the whole class spring outing as a child 30 years ago seems to be under the tower by the lake and among the ancient ginkgo
the tower of the guan gong xian sheng place .
Loved place haha I will go next time