Just at the entrance of the Qianfoya Scenic Area, this small-scale temple was built in the Northern Wei Dynasty and was renamed Dayun Temple in the Wu Zhou period. The pair of stone beasts in front of the temple are quite special in their demeanor and appearance, while the other objects are relatively ordinary. On the north side of the temple, there is the remains of the Jinniu Road, which also confirms that it was used as an important traffic road at that time and should be supported by ample incense.
The Dayun Temple in the Qianfoya Scenic Area is about 100 meters from the entrance gate. It was originally built in the late Northern Wei Dynasty. It was not originally called Dayun Temple. It was changed during the Wu Zhou period, because it is required throughout the country. There is Dayun Temple, the one on the Leshan Giant Buddha is also called Dayun Temple.
The temple is not particularly big. There is only one Buddhist hall. The Buddha statues in it have a long history, and the two lions at the door are also unique.