????Liusheng Pagoda is a short-distance beacon tower navigating boats from coastal waters to Quanzhou Bay, first built in 1111 (the 1st year of the Zhenghe period of the Northern Song Dynasty) and rebuilt from 1336 to 1339 (from the 2nd to 5th year of the Zhizhen period of the Yuan Dynasty). It lies at the northwest edge of Shihu Peninsula, a point of intersection between Quanzhou Bay and coastal waters, and overlooks the main channel of Daiyumen between Dazhui Islet and Xiaozhui Islet in a distance.Liusheng Pagoda is an octagonal, five-storeyed granite structure shaped like a wooden tower, hollow inside. Covering an area of 425 m2, it has a total height of 36.06m and a foundation perimeter of 47.50m. There are vigorous decorative carvings on its exterior, including 80 Buddhist relief figures decorating the exterior of niches on each floor. These figures, such as Vajra and Powerful Lord, exhibit vivid forms and exquisite craftsmanship, bearing a testimony to well-established navigation infrastructure and prosperous maritime trade of ancient Quanzhou.