absolutely charming temple complex! it is hidden away in thick forest and is so beautiful when you stumble across it. fuhu was my favourite temple in Emeishan. i would recommend visiting early morning or after 3pm as there is less crowding. try to enter from the forest enterance rather than the road - its far more magical!
Fuhu Temple belongs to the outside of Emei Mountain Scenic Spot. It does not need to buy tickets for Emei Mountain Scenic Spot. It only needs 6 yuan for temple tickets. The first Pavilion of Emei Mountain can be seen just a short walk from the Emei Mountain tourist station to the uphill direction, and the Fuhu Bridge can be seen along the path on the edge of the first Pavilion for about 1 kilometer. The scenery was beautiful, traveling through the woods or bamboo forests. A very recommendable leisure route.
Fuhu Temple in Emei Mountain is not far from Baoguo Temple and can be reached on foot. From the main road into the path leading to the temple also has a unique flavor, the bridge is constantly running water. The whole temple is also beautifully decorated. When it is spring, the flowers are blooming, adding some beauty.
Fuhu Temple is the last stop of this trip to Emei Mountain. I thought it was a small monastery near Baoguo Temple, but it was totally unexpected! It takes 15 minutes to get there from Baoguo Temple. Fuhu Temple is situated in the green mountains and forests. The tiger brook flows around the temple winding and winding. There are not many people. On the dam in front of the 500 Arhats Hall, you can see that Sanjin Temple is scattered in different places. The green hills are covered with mist and light eaves. Wonderful!
Fuhu Temple, located at the foot of Mount Emei in Sichuan Province, is adjacent to Baoguo Temple. It was a small temple in Jin Dynasty. It was destroyed in Ming Dynasty. It was rebuilt in Shunzhi of Qing Dynasty for eight years. It was renamed "Huxi Jingshe" and then built by monks to suppress and rename "Fuhu Temple" because of the danger of tigers nearby. Because the relationship between time is only a simple tour outside the Fuhu Temple, but the ancient temperament of the famous mountains and rivers is still unforgettable. Next time we have a little time to have a good scrutiny.
Fuhu Temple, also known as Shenlong Hall, Fuhu Zen Temple and Huxi Jingshe, is located at the foot of Mount Emei, Sichuan Province. It is adjacent to Baoguo Temple. In Jin Dynasty, it was a small temple. In Tang Dynasty, Yunan Zen Master rebuilt it with dragon hall and pharmacist hall. In Song Dynasty, it was "Shenlong Hall". In Ming Dynasty, Shunzhi of Qing Dynasty rebuilt it for eight years, it was renamed "Huxi Jingshe". Later, because of the tiger disaster nearby, the temple monks built a respectable building to suppress and rename Fuhu Temple.
Fewer people. The environment is quiet and the air is fresh. But not as famous as Baoguo Temple.