It is far from well-known scenic spots in Quanzhou, such as Kaiyuan Temple, Fuwen Temple, Fujian-Taiwan Yuan Museum, etc. Although it is also a heritage protection area, there is no need to come if you are not living nearby. There were names on the sign, but only a few temples were seen. A small area was fenced off for construction. I don’t know what to see. However, it should be very convincing that ancient ships can be unearthed here. More than a hundred meters south is the site of Wenxing Wharf on the Jinjiang River. It is close to the estuary. I think it must have been a place where water transportation was prosperous.
At the front of Wenxing Palace, close to Liming University, take the bus to Liming University, walk back 100 meters and find the entrance to the temple. It is said that the ancient ship of the Song Dynasty was dug here, but it is only a relic at present, there is no special scenery, just a small park. The overall supporting facilities are to be developed and perfected. There is a fishing village nearby and the Jinjiang River.