Sugong Temple is located to the east of Wugong Temple (Temple of the Five Lords). It was built in commemoration of the great writer Su Wu from the Northern Song Dynasty. Here, there are relics left by Su Wu, such as the Twin Creek and Dongzhuo Pavilion. It is a garden-style backyard. Qiong Garden is on the left side of Sugong Temple. Inside, there are relics of Dongpo, such as Fuli Creek, Liquan Pavilion, and Xixinxuan. Liquan Pavilion and Xixinxuan are above Fuli Creek. Apparently, these two sites were constructed separately by Ming Dynasty's Weng Ruyu and Qing Dynasty's Ye rulan, due to the influence of a poem by Su Dongpo.