Visitors come to the relic site, not only to pray for luck, but also to fetch well water to clean their bodies and to rejuvenate their spirits for a year full of joy ahead.

From ancient times to the present day, even during drought seasons, the Jade Well has never run dry.

Visitors from across the country come together to pray for good health, happiness, and more.

In order to get water, visitors have to leave their shoes on the shore and walk barefoot down.

Water from the well can be drunk directly without filtering or boiling, it will boast a cool, natural sweetness.

In the middle of the courtyard of Cung Temple is Ngoc (Jade) Well. Visitors frequently get water from the well to drink on hot days after visiting and entering the temple to make their offerings.