One of the eight scenic spots in Chaozhou! Just beside the Guangji Bridge, it is also a must-see attraction in Chaozhou. It is now open for free, but an online real-name reservation is required. It may not be possible to make an appointment on the spot on weekends. Han Yu's hand planting of oak trees is gone. The thick one in front of the temple is kapok, and the thin one is oak (replanting).
This is one of the eight scenic spots in Chaozhou. In Han Yu Temple, it is said that the oak was planted by Han Yu in Chaozhou. It’s free to enter here. You can exchange your ID card for tickets. There are a lot of Han Yu-related scenery.
Free attractions, although relatively simple, but also considered kind
One of the eight scenic spots of Chaozhou-Hanci Oak and Hanci Oak-No tickets required. There is a stone-carved scroll at the door. After entering, you will lean against the mountains and the water, and the environment is quiet. In the center of the main hall, there is a statue of Han Yu, and the stone pillars in the temple are engraved with couplets and engraved inscriptions from the past dynasties. They record the history of Han Yu and the achievements of Han Yu Zhichao and poems praising Han. Standing high, climbing high and looking into the distance, you can enjoy the beauty of the ancient city of Chaozhou. According to legend, it was the oak planted by Han Yu. It was right in front of the shrine. The locals admired Han Yu and respected his contributions in Chaozhou. Therefore, at the location of this oak, a Hanwen Gong shrine was built to commemorate Han Yu.
It's a place worth keeping, although the Korean sculpture can't be understood.