Visiting Furong Town, Laosicheng and Bujimen Forest Park in Yongxi, Xiangxi, and it is an ideal choice for the hot springs.
Fomen Noun Hot Springs, commonly known as "hot man pit", flow 0.03 cubic meters per second, constant temperature 40 degrees Celsius, containing potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur and other trace elements, have a variety of conditions The effect.
Boumen Hot Spring is in the middle of a boulder and jungle. In the hot spring area, you can smell the fragrance of the forest park. Soak in the pool and enjoy the beauty of the spa while enjoying the beauty of the mountains. Unlimited! On the stone next to the hot spring, there is the inscription of the famous painter Huang Yongyu, which goes up the stairs, but sees a Guanyin statue in the middle of the mountain.
After the hot springs, enjoy a cup of free ginger tea or mineral water in the lounge area, enjoy the beautiful scenery in the slow time, hurry!
Traffic: It is convenient to drive or take a taxi.
There is a forest park in Yongshun County, Xiangxi, Hunan, which is worth a visit.
Bu Ermen Forest Park is located on the bank of Mengdong River, 1.5 km south of Yongshun County, with a total area of 30 square kilometers. It is the northern gate of Mengdong River Scenic Area. It features Shiqi, hot springs, stone carvings, and Guanyin worship. The limestone, lotus pond, and eight-figure maps of limestone dissolution are regarded as the magical work of nature. The
TV series "Oolong Mountain" and "Xiangxi Yuji" were filmed here.
Buddhid Forest Park has a variety of large karst stones, and different stones are spliced into different shapes. Looking up at the sky, the sky is sometimes wide, sometimes narrow and into a line of days. Walking through the stone array, the aroma of the vegetation is refreshing. When I was tired, Xiao Yan closed her eyes and raised her spirits, but she heard the empty mountain birds and the heart entered a world of incomparable purity.
Bu Ermen Forest Park is the first national forest park to receive the authorization of the China National Forest Park. It is also one of the Buddhist resorts in Hunan Province. The word "not the second" is a Buddhist term, which is derived from the "Buddhist Dictionary", meaning no difference between each other.
Two Gate Forest Park has a stone forest with a set of strange rocks. It is unpredictable, and the narrow roads are intertwined. When you go up and down, you can go to the left and right, and you can drill through the holes.
Walk through the forest trails, you can often see the waves on the large stones. This is the wonder that nature has created in countless years, mainly manifested by the erosion of natural phenomena such as rain and wind.
Recommended tour time: half a day
special advice: easy to get lost in the park, it is best to have a tour guide.
The Old Sicheng Museum is located at the parking lot and management office of the Laosicheng population in Yongshun County, Hunan Province. It is the starting point for most visitors to understand Yongshun Tus, one of the most advanced museums in China.
The large screen of the pavilion 180 degrees shows the past and present life of the old city, the scene is shocking! The
museum displays the architectural style and lifestyle of the old city in an all-round way with unearthed artifacts and models. The corner of the
museum shows the building of the Handicraft Hall, which is used by the Tujia people to sacrifice ancestors and dance. The king of Tusi was the emperor of the ruling party. After the death of the toast, the Tujia people believed that their souls would still protect the people under their control. Therefore, they created the custom of worshipping the king of the earth and established the Tuwang Temple in each village (also known as the Tuwang Temple or the Shaman Temple). ) used to sacrifice.
is reminiscing about the ancestral booth and showing the faith of the toast. The Tujia people believe in a variety of gods and there is no fixed religious belief. Because the gods are mostly related to the ancestors, the Tujia people think that the "ancestors" are the best gods, and they are the best gods. Therefore, they worship the ancestors, so they are called ancestors. Most of the ancestors have the characteristics of primitive society, and only a few reflect the phenomenon after class differentiation.
Laosicheng Scenic Area is located in Yongshun County, Xiangxi, Hunan Province, and is the seat of the Toast City.
Entering the scenic spot, first go to the pier and take the rubber raft to the swing handstand. The karst peaks on both sides of the river change, and the Guilin landscape is the same!
You can enjoy traditional dances such as Tujia swing dance, Maogus dance and Tujia folk songs in Handan.
Lao Sicheng Zu Shi Dian is located in the southern section of Taiping Taiping, built in the second year of the post-Jin Tianfu (AD 937), rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty. The main hall column is surrounded by large numbers, and there are no axe chisel marks on the raft. It is said that it was built by Luban Xianling. The
Lao Sicheng site is located on the banks of the Lingxi River, 19.5 km east of Yongshun County. It is the capital of the Pengshi Tusi regime in Guxi. It was built in the 5th year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (1135), abandoned in the second year of Qing Emperor Yongzheng (AD 1724), returning to the soil and returning to the stream, after nine generations of Houliang, Houtang, Houjin, Houhan, Houzhou, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasty. With more than 600 years of prosperous history, during the heyday, three thousand households in the city, eight hundred outside the city, the giant town of Wuxi, the border town of Wanli is one of the largest toasts in the southwestern part of China. There are a large number of historical and cultural relics and Tujia customs and cultural relics in the site of the
Laoshicheng. The palace area, the administrative department, the tomb area, the ceremonial building area and the residential area located in the center of the old Sicheng National Archaeological Site Park are the most important components of the National Archaeological Site Park.