Tiancheng Temple is a Buddhist monastery built on the rock wall. It must pass from Huxiaoyan to the front line of the sky. The temple is built in a natural stone cave, and there is an open-air statue of Buddha on the cliff. You can browse it along the way.
Tiancheng Temple is located at the foot of Tiger Xiaoyan in the south of Erqu River in Wuyi Mountain. It was originally the Dongtian Immortal Mansion where Taoists lived. During the Ming Dynasty, Zen Master Dao Sheng and Yuan Jing built the Hu Xiao Nunnery in the high and long cave house on the upper level of Xia Hu Xiao Yan, where they practiced.
Tiancheng Buddhist Temple on the side of Huxiaoyan in Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area, the tall Guanyin statue is different from other Guanyin statues in several places.
The mountain view near Tiancheng Temple is good, and there are Yuer Spring and Fayu Hanging River nearby. But there is no similar temple in the temple.
Tiancheng Temple is a temple located under Huxiao Rock in Wuyi Mountain. The original site was a Huxiao Temple built in the Ming Dynasty. It was renamed in the Qing Dynasty and renamed as the Tiancheng Temple. It was gradually abandoned during the Republic of China. The Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area was rebuilt here in the 1990s. At Tiancheng Temple, a statue of Guanyin is built on the mountain for tourists and believers to visit and worship. If you are tired of climbing, you can rest here and watch the Buddha!
Tiancheng Temple is located at the back mountain of Huxiao Rock in Wuyi Mountain. Here is a huge stone statue of Guanyin which is artificially excavated. The rock above it protrudes to form a slope, which is naturally sheltered from wind and rain. Tiancheng Temple is named after it. Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva holds the wishful thinking, which means that everyone's wishes come true.