Tourists can take Bus No. 3, No. 7, No. 12, or No. 18 to the scenic spot. It is a site of Tang Dynasty. The pagoda has five floors and six sides, all of which is made with stone. The first, third, and fifth floor have arches respectively in the north and south, and they are connected with each other. The top of the pagoda has six angles and takes the shape of gourd; the eaves and stone railings are carved with grains or designs of various animals. On both sides of the stone steps carve pictures of Two Dragon Playing with a Pearl and images of lotus flowers. Each floor has exquisite and vivid statues of Buddha.