Lingyun Temple is located on the hillside of Hugong Mountain, close to the top, and is the highest temple in Putian. The entire building complex is built on the mountain and rises layer by layer, which is spectacular. The temple halls are still being built one after another. On the square outside the temple, a tall statue of Hugongshan and a corridor of statues of the Eight Immortals were newly molded. The Lingyun Hall is dedicated to the Jade Emperor, but Taoism and Buddhism coexist here. Behind the hall are Buddhist temples such as Dusit Temple and Daxiong Hall.
The Lingyun Temple is extremely incense, and there are sacrificial activities around the Ninth Jade Emperor’s Birthday on the first day of the first lunar month and the May 16th Day of Heaven and Earth.
Hugong Mountain has been a symbol of Putian since ancient times, and "Hugong Causes Rain" is also one of the twenty-four scenic spots in Putian. There is a highway to drive directly to the Lingyun Temple. It is far from the city, and the air is fresh. Standing on the square outside the Lingyun Temple, you can see from the distance. The sea and the sky are the vast Meizhou Bay. At night, look up at the starry sky, full of stars and silver. The moon seems to be at your fingertips, so here is also a good time to go out on weekends to climb high and look up at the vast starry sky.