This is a Buddhist temple in its heyday. It has a unique two-story building, but I really can't find it. Compared with the popular Tablon Temple, I prefer the Saint Sword Temple, where you can also see beautiful fairy carvings and intertwined giant trees, but there are fewer visitors, you can slowly appreciate, carefully look, so as to live up to the temple's inherent peace and harmony. There are also very many traces of the chiseled Buddha statues. The layout of the building here is obviously more complex, with many corridors, and it shuttles around. The central hall is very high, and people on both sides can pass through.