Yuanlong Pavilion is located in the Heshun Township water village, 4 kilometers southeast of Tengchong County, near the village, a long pond, three sides around the mountain, a corridor. The ancient bank shaded, the pool water washed white clouds, the scenery is very beautiful. Yuanlong Pavilion water built according to the mountain. Gradually, there are Dragon King Hall, three official hall, Jade Emperor Temple, Kui Pavilion, Guanyin Hall, Baichi Temple and other halls. The hall towers gradually rise with the mountain, the momentum grand. Two side chambers, pavilions, platform symmetrical placement. Pavilion front Longtan stone column back, the water of the lake as mirror.
Although the Taoist Temple is not big and does not have too many carved beams and paintings, but the unpretentious decoration, elegant and generous architecture, coupled with the undulating layout of the mountain, it is particularly fresh and refined, and it is indeed a tourist attraction.
The hall and loft gradually rise with the mountain, and the momentum is grand. The wing rooms, pavilions and platforms on both sides are arranged symmetrically. The main building, the Kuixing Pavilion, is a six-cornered, double-eaveed wooden structure with exquisitely carved and painted columns. In front of the pavilion, the stone fence of Longtan back to protect the pond is as clear as a mirror, and the reflection of the pavilion looks like a dragon palace. In 1984, it was announced as the first batch of county-level key cultural relics protection units.
This is a religious place of three religions, indeed cultural relics, county level cultural protection units, this group of buildings built next to Longtan, according to the mountains and waters, very beautiful.
The whole building is built around the mountains and rivers. There are Dragon King Hall, Sanguan Hall, Yuhuang Pavilion, Kui Pavilion, Guanyin Hall, Bai Chi Building, etc., the entire building complex is carved with beams and painted buildings, and the building is exquisite. There is a water pool in front of the pavilion. Leaning on a railing to view the reflection of the pavilion, like a dragon palace, the scenery is beautiful and charming, giving people a sense of leisure and painting.