Kunming's four seasons such as spring is particularly suitable for tourism, came to the Xishan Scenic Area, found a strange attraction, cliff cliffs on the three Qingge, here is a summer resort, later Taoism gradually rise, expanded into a large walled building project, Above is the biggest Taoist grotto in Yunnan Longmen grotto.
This is a Taoist blessed land in Kunming Xishan Scenic Area. It is built by the mountains and lakes. It has a wide view and beautiful scenery. It was built in the Ming Dynasty and has many exquisite clay sculptures. It has a long history. Tourists and believers come to visit every day. An endless stream.
Kunming Sanqing Pavilion is located in Luohan Mountain to the south of Taihua Mountain. It is a Taoist temple. It was originally the Summer Palace of King Yuanliang. It was converted into Yuhuang Pavilion in the early Ming Dynasty. Later, Sanqing Hall, Zhenwu Hall, Holy Parent Hall and Datian were added. Pavilion, etc., collectively referred to as "Sanqing Pavilion." It is now a scenic spot in Longmen Scenic Area.
It is worth a visit. It overlooks the entire Kunming, and the scenery is pleasant. In the Xishan Scenic Area, if you have good physical strength, you can walk up there for only half an hour. You can also take the ropeway, it will be there in a few minutes, I suggest you go! worth it!
When you come to Kunming Xishan, in addition to admiring Dianchi Lake, visiting Taihua Temple and Huating Temple, and crossing the Dragon Gate, you can also go to Sanqing Pavilion to challenge your physical strength. Sanqing Pavilion refers to Yuqing, Shangqing, and Tianqing The three realms, collectively called the "Sanqing", are also the highest realm of Taoist cultivation. The Sanqing Pavilion is built on a high place. After reaching it through their own efforts, it may be closer to the ideal realm for believers.
Preston_Dominguez: North of Xishan Scenic Resort, Xishan District, Kunming 650100, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yunnan Ethnic Village,Haigeng Bank,Xishan Forest Park,Longmen,Dianchi Bird-Watching