Woyun Temple is located on the golden summit of Mount Emei, Emei Mountain, Leshan City, Sichuan, just beside Huazang Temple. Because the side of the Temple is often surrounded by clouds and mist, it is called Woyun Temple. The roof of its building is silver-white.
The Woyun Temple of Mount Emei is located in the scenic area of Mount Emei. There are many temples in the entire Mount Emei. This temple is very interesting and very quiet. It is good to worship Buddha here and pray for peace.
Woyun Temple is the only remaining ancient temple on the highest peak of Mount Emei, with an altitude of about 3064 meters. It was built during the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty. Because the temple was surrounded by white clouds under the rock and lying in the clouds, it was named "Wuyun Temple". At the end of the Ming Dynasty, the building was decayed and rebuilt in the second year of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty. Sometimes the roof was covered with tin tiles. Whenever the clouds opened and sunrise, the silver glittered, known as the "silver roof" of Emei. After a few fires, several rebuildings were carried out. The existing building underwent major repairs in 1953. After 1989, the Buddhist monks were repaired several times, the Buddha statues were remodeled, and the gate and the main hall were restored. In 2005, the Emei Buddhist Association again repaired, and in 2006 The construction was completed in June, restoring the solemnity of the "Silver World".
It's a good choice to stroll around here when you have time!
The Woyun Temple of Mount Emei is located on the golden dome. It is a thousand-year-old temple, and it has been completely restored. He echoes the yellow palace with golden roof, one piece of gold and one silver is very grand. The incense of the Woyun Temple is flourishing, and countless Buddhist believers burn incense here every day to pray for health and good luck.