Huiji Temple, located on the top of the Foding Hill of Mt. Putuo, is one of the three biggest temples in Mt. Putuo. Firstly it was a Buddhist convent inside which there is a statue of Buddha, and then it was built as a temple in the 58th year (1793 AD) of Emperor Qianlong's reign of the Qing Dynasty by the shaman Nengji.
The floor area of the temple is more than 20 mu, and the building area is 5,500 square meters. The layout of the temple is irregular, but has the characteristic style of gardens in South China. And the temple is surrounded by many ancient trees and some of them are rare valuable plants for viewing and admiring. Besides, in the southeast there is the Baihua Peak, and from its southern cliff you can see the four big characters "Buddhist Country of Sea and Heaven", which are inscribed on the hill.