Qingyun TempleNearby City
Qingyun Temple is located in the the Dinghushan Scenic Area, Dinghu Lake, Zhaoqing City, built in the Chongzhen sixth year in the Ming dynasty. The temple has a symmetrical layout, composed of five major landscapes—the Weituo Hall, the Daxiong Hall, the Zhongzheng Room, the Pilu Hall, and the Pagoda Hall. The temple is famous for the wok that claims to feed a thousand people, a large bronze bell, and a white tea tree that is about 300 years old. Qingyun Temple has always been popular among visitors who can visit the cultural relics and monuments as well as eating Buddhist meals and worshiping the Buddhas.