This is also one of the more famous temples in Quanzhou, but it is quite far from the city, and there is no public transportation to reach here, so the popularity is very average. The location of the temple is good, the terrain is like swallows homing, so it is called Suyan Temple. The environment here is also quiet, and it is okay to have a self-driving car here and around.
You can go to Quanzhou Exhibition City or Nuolin Shopping Mall area and drop in. The cost is more than ten yuan. The walk is quite far, and it is climbing. This is also a well-known temple in Quanzhou. It is currently being built very well, and the environment is also very quiet. It is free and worth recommending.
The front of Suyan Temple has continuous peaks and mountains, surrounded by mountains on its back. The terrain resembles "Swallows Returning to the Nest". The Palace of Heavenly Kings, Hall of Great Heroes, Hall of Great Compassion and two corridors have been built, which is magnificent and magnificent.
In Quanzhou, which is "half city with fireworks and half city", in addition to Kaiyuan Temple, Tianhou Temple, Qingjing Temple, Cao'an, etc., Suyan Temple on the outskirts of Quanzhou is also a rare place for sight-seeing and contemplation. The temple is located on the beautiful Laojun Mountain, surrounded by Southern Fujian-style buildings such as Tianwang Hall, Daxiong Hall, Dabei Hall, Gongde Hall, etc., it is magnificent! Inside the temple, the sound of the Brahma temple is reverie; strolling around, the fragrance of flowers and birds make people comfortable; stopping on the top of the mountain, the sky is high and the clouds are heroic! If you still have more ideas, you can experience a journey of discovery in the mountains and forests-looking for historical relics such as the martial arts stone, stupa, and thousand-year-old black tea tree left over from the Song Dynasty, and learn about the stories of the Song, Yuan and Qing dynasties here! Until the sunset and the red sun shine together, the wind sends a message: it's time to go back!