It is said that this Taoist temple has 72 rooms and is the place where Emperor Huang had reached enlightenment and went to heaven with the help of Guangchengzi (a Toaist Patriarch). In the early period of new China, it retained many old buildings, which were built along the mountain ranges and fit nicely into the format. Xiaoyao Taoist Temple had been a large well-known Taoist activity center in the late Ming Dynasty. Surrounded by green hills and clean waters, the temple is so beautiful that tourists will feel it’s a fairy land and cheer for its natural and humanitory sights. Nowadays, with the Taoist temple as the center and other 30 more sights, the scenic spot has developed into a tourist attraction famous for the relics in relation to Emperor Huang.