Qibu Temple is located on the grassland of Dayugou Qibu Beach. It has a history of more than 800 years. After several repairs, it has begun to take shape and is a pure land deep in the mountains. Relatively speaking, the scale of the temple is small, there are not many buildings, and the visibility is not strong. It is really not worth a special trip. But if you come in late July, just in time for the Zhuoni Carnival, it becomes a must-see attraction. Because the Bungalow Beach Campground where the temple is located is the main venue of the self-driving carnival. The carnival generally lasts for one month. At this time, the campsite is open for free. There are bonfire parties and open-air movies every Saturday. The bonfire party is super fun. Vehicles with less than seven seats can drive directly to the campsite. Camping must bring your own tent. Qibu Temple is only one of the best resorts in Gannan, Qibulinka. The cheapest standard room costs more than 500. It is not possible to book online, but The environment and facilities are great. The best place to photograph the Qibu Temple is on the hillside behind the Qibu Beach Campground, overlooking the entire Qibu Beach grassland. We also saw a rare double rainbow.
Qibu Temple belongs to a temple in Dayugou Scenic Area. In Qibulinka Resort, the temple is not very large. There is mainly a large hall where you can pray for blessings and incense. Compared with Chanding Temple, there is no special feature. The trail can go up the mountain and overlook the entire prairie.
The original Qifu naturally formed three steps (Figure 3, Figure 8), and the ancient Qifu Temple is located here. Qibu Temple, one of the oldest monasteries in the Amdo Tibetan area, has a history of more than 800 years. It was originally a Bon religion (black religion) monastery in Tibetan areas, and was classified as a Huangjiao monastery at the end of the Yuan Dynasty and the early Ming Dynasty. After that, it moved from a place 1.5 kilometers away from the current site. The original building was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution. After the reform and opening up, the government allocated funds, crowdfunding, and Dayu Forest Farm provided timber reconstruction. The Qibu Temple is mainly composed of buildings such as flying eaves, carved beams and painted buildings, red walls and golden tiles, gates, front halls, apse halls and monks' houses.