Duihui Temple is a Buddhist temple with a history of more than 1,500 years (591 A.D.). The temple is only a Buddhist temple that faces the north in comparison with other Buddhist layouts unanimously facing the south direction.
The temple was destroyed twice during the wars in Shun Dynasty and during the Cultural Revolution of China modern history. In November 1983, local government decided to reconstruct the temple on its original site and the project was completed in next year. The temple is a traditional Buddhist temple and occupies a little bit more than one hectare.