The Han Chinese name for the Beizi Temple is "Chong Shan Temple," and is located on the southern slope of Gai'aobao Mountain in E'erduntaolin, in the northern section of Xilinhaote City, and began construction during the reign of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. It was an important monastery of Tibetan Buddhism in the Xilingol League area. This is because at that time the major handling of the construction of the temple was by Beizi Balajidao'erji, under the Beizi banner, and as a result the temple got its name. The temple has always been a major example of a large temple of the Buddhist culture of the Xilingol League and as a substantial treasure of that tradition, enjoying fame as one of the Famous Buddhist Shrines of Northern China. The water plants surrounding the Beizi temple are beautiful and the landscape quite pretty.