Famen Temple is located in Famen Town, 10 kilometers north of Fufeng County, Shaanxi Province. It is 110 kilometers away from Xi'an City in the east, and 90 kilometers away from Baoji City, the hometown of Yan Emperor and the hometown of bronzes. The temple was built in the late Eastern Han Dynasty and has a history of more than 1,700 years. It is known as the "first ancestor of the Guanzhong Tower Temple". It was called "Ayuwang Temple" before the Zhou and Wei Dynasties of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, and was changed to "Chengshi Dojo". "Tang Gaozu changed his name to "Famen Temple." The Famen Temple is known as the Royal Temple, and has become a Buddhist shrine in the country because of the sacred relics of the Buddha Sakyamuni Buddha. The Famen Temple stupa is known as the "protection of the country's true pagoda." In 2004, it was named "the ninth wonder of the world" by UNESCO. The collections of the Famen Temple Museum include eight treasures, gold and silverware, porcelain, silk, Buddhist scriptures and Buddha statues, and the Buddha Palace has a collection of Buddha's relics. Famen Temple tickets are implemented in one-vote system, 120 yuan in the peak season (from March 1st to November 30th each year), 90 yuan in the off-season (from December 1st to February 29th of each year), you can visit Famen Temple, All the attractions in the scenic area such as Famen Temple Museum and Heshi Stupa. From Xi'an, you can take a high-speed bus from Datang Furong Garden and Chengxi Bus Terminal, about two hours away.