This is a temple. Bus No. 20 goes directly to here, and it is only a few hundred meters away from K201 Shangcun intersection. No ticket, parking lot is available, parking fee is required. The view of the temple is okay, the Minnan architectural style, carved beams and painted buildings, especially the roof eaves are worth a closer look. There is an ancient banyan tree at the entrance of the main hall of the temple, which is lush and lush. Behind the main hall is the tomb and the back mountain is Ketong Zimao Mountain. There are fewer tourists, and those who like to be quiet can come here for a visit, not far from the core area of Quanzhou.
In the area of Quanzhou Nanhuan Road, there are buses directly to the scenic area in the urban area. The scenic spot is free, mainly the traditional temple buildings in southern Fujian. The surrounding area is average for eating and lodging. It is recommended to eat and live in the urban area, so just take a look.
It’s fun, it’s great, a fairyland on earth, you’re worth a visit,
Madam Su’s Temple is a hanging mountain-style brick and wood structure. The temple sits on the south and faces north.
Nice scenery, very southern Fujian characteristics, elegant environment