Mazu Pavilion, Fairy Cave
Mazu Meizhou Ancestral Temple Mazu is like a descendant of the Jiu Mu Lin, a prominent family in Putian, Fujian. Mazu drove in the sea all her life, rescued emergencies and rescued many fishing boats and merchant ships in the stormy sea; she determined not to marry mercy, and dedicated herself to doing good for the world. According to historical data, the Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties honored Mazu many times. The titles range from "Mrs.", "Tianfei", "Queen of Heaven" to "Mother of Heaven" and are included National Ceremony.
Xianren Cave. It is said that the Eight Immortals came to our Xianren Cave for practice, hence the name Xianren Cave. In the cave are displayed the Eight Immortals Tieguai Li, Han Zhongli (Zhong Liquan), Zhang Guolao, Lan Caihe, He Xiangu (He Xiaoyun) White marble statues of, Lu Dongbin, Han Xiangzi, and Uncle Cao Guo (Cao Jingxiu). Legend has it that the Eight Immortals represent male, female, old, young, rich, noble, poor, and lowly. Since the Eight Immortals are all mortals gaining the Tao, their personalities are closer to the common people. They have recently become a very important representative of Taoism. There is the Eight Immortals Palace, and the Eight Immortals are indispensable for the God-welcoming Games. It is commonly known that the eight things held by the Eight Immortals, such as sandalwood, fan, crutch, flute, sword, gourd, whisk, and flower blue, are the "Eight Treasures", representing the products of the Eight Immortals. Among the literary works, the Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea and the Eight Immortals Offering Birthday are the most famous. Today, there is the Eight Immortals Palace in Xi'an City (in ancient times known as the Eight Immortals Temple), the main hall of which is the Eight Immortals Hall contains statues of the Eight Immortals.