Built in the Qianlong period, there are temple gates, halls, chambers, terraces, pavilions and other buildings. There are three wells in the entrance. The temple buildings are built on the hills, and the scenery is still good. Generally, temples are not very welcomed to take photos, but it's okay to take a look at them. This is also the place where Lijiang literati and refined scholars once gathered.
The temple was quiet, the staff were friendly, and we were greeted to eat. The fish pond in the temple is excellent. The water is too clear.
Located at the foot of the hill at the entrance of Lijiang Ancient City, it is still a quiet place to visit the ancient city. It is worthwhile to go to this temple and feel the purity and ease. Listening to Sanskrit music quietly in the temple will naturally bring peace of mind.
Baima Longtan Temple is located at the foot of Lion Mountain at the southern end of Lijiang ancient city. Baimalongtan, also known as Bailongtan or Lion Ruquan, is a clear and sweet spring water. Water gushed from the rocks, ancient trees shaded by the pool, and fish leaped in the pool, which was regarded as a divine spring by the people of Naxi. The Baima Longtan Temple by the pool was built in 1754 A.D. during the reign of Emperor Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty. It was destroyed during the war in Xianfeng and rebuilt in 1882. The existing buildings such as mountain gates, halls and left chambers are still in scale and layout.
Baima Longtan Temple is located at the foot of Lion Mountain at the southern end of Lijiang ancient city. It was built in the nineteenth year of Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty. It is backed by Lion Mountain and echoes with the ancient buildings on the mountain. There is a pool of Qingquan in front of the temple, the famous lion Ruquan, also known as Baima Longtan. Outside the temple, there are three pools made of bluestone. The pool water is injected into three pools in turn, which are three wells.
Baima Longtan Temple is located at the foot of Lion Mountain at the southern end of Lijiang ancient city. A clear and sweet spring water gushes out from the rocks. The ancient trees are shaded by the lake and the fish are leaping in the middle of the pool. It is regarded as a blessed land by the people of Naxi.
May wish, light incense candles! Enjoy the small fish and shrimp in the pond.
Monasteries do not want ordinary temples as a scenic spot to attract many tourists