It is located on the outskirts of Suzhou City, around Shihu Lake, in Shangshangshan National Forest Park. To burn incense, pilgrims must buy tickets before entering. There are not many tourists in Pingyue, and the religious people around the first and fifteenth day of the junior high school enter the temple to worship incense. There are poems such as "Zhiping Temple" left by Emperor Qianlong during his six southern tours. The temple has been renovated.
The golden ginkgo trees must be photographed every fall
The ginkgo leaves in front of the temple in autumn are the most beautiful, you must go!
The environment is beautiful! Enjoy the infinite fun and happiness that nature gives us
very beautiful! It's worth traveling for everyone! The environment and scenery are really good
The scenery along the way is good, there are not many tourists, overall it is quite good