Mingxing Biyun Temple, or "Wudang Courtyard" is located on the west bank of Fuxian Lake, where dense forests are grown, rattans intertwine, danger and beauty coexist, and scenery is pleasant. It was originally constructed in the Yongle period of Ming Dynasty, but was ruined to the ground during the Cultural Revolution. Its restoration was initiated by the local government in 1984, and completed in February 1985. It now covers an area of 220 mu, and has a build-up area of more than 3,000 square meters. With an existing building area of more than 5,300 square meters, it is a formal religious venue and tourist attraction integrating Buddhism and Taoism. The main scenic spots include: Zhenwu Hall, Kuan-Yin Hall, Hall of Three Immortals, Luban Hall, Hall of Six Animal Kings, Hall of Three Emperors, Temple House of Earth God, Dragon King Pavilion, Hall of Support and Lotus Peak.