Dinglin Temple is one of the eight scenic spots in Fulai. It was built in the Eastern Jin Dynasty and emerged during the Southern and Northern Dynasties. It has a history of more than 1,500 years. The whole temple is 95 meters long from north to south, 52 meters wide from east to west, and has a total area of 4,900 square meters. The middle entrance, the middle entrance and the latter entrance courtyard, with Shanmen, Daxiong Baodian, Xiaojing Tower, and the three churches as the central axis, the Daxiong Baodian as the main body, which is one of the oldest surviving temples in Shandong Province and a key cultural relics protection unit in Shandong Province.