In the village, the traffic is not very convenient, so you have to walk in. The surrounding environment is not very good, the buildings are quite dense, and the streets are relatively narrow. The environment inside is pretty good, quite quiet, it is a good place to look for quiet in your free time.
Shuzhu Hill is in Wufeng Township, and the Pure Yang Temple was built on Shuzhu Hill. Now Chunyang Temple has become a good place for people nearby to pray. On boarding Shuzhugang, the first thing you see is the Lingguan Hall, and there is also a place not to be missed. There is a Chaodoutai on the hill, and you can watch the entire Zhongda cloth market when you climb the Chaodoutai. The cotton is in full bloom and it is very beautiful.
Shuzhu was in Wufeng Village, Xingang Road on the south bank of the Pearl River (called Wansonggang in Song Dynasty). During the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty, Taoist Li Mingche (Daohao Qinglai) saw this post "the hills are surrounded by water, the pine and rocks are peculiar", so he named him Shuzhugang. On the post, there is the Pure Yang Guan, which was raised by the Li family. It was established in the sixth year of Daoguang (1826). It is built in Guanbangshan, with precise layout, simple and quaint. After the observation, there is a Chaotai, built of granite. It was built by Li Mingche in his later years to observe the beautiful scenery of Suzhugang(19 photos). It is the only ancient observatory in Guangzhou. In modern times, Shuzhugang was once the place where literary, native, poetry and wine were organized.
From the view of Chunyang, I went to look for Shuzhugang. Following the map's guidance, the three words "Shuzhugang" could not be seen anyway. The villagers in Wufeng Village did not know. Later, I turned to Ctrip's introduction about "Pure Yang Guan" and found out that the location of Chun Yang Guan was Shuzhugang.
There is a Taoist view in the Lingzhu Gang, which is very prosperous.
[view] [fun] [price/performance] good
The place is ok, not far from the subway entrance