If you want to use two words to describe Huilong Park, it is the atmosphere, really like this park, not like the usual small park, some just flowers and plants. Come over on weekends and can play here for most of the day.
Huilong Mountain is a good place for Yiyang people to relax. If you don't enter the Qixia Temple on the mountain, you don't need tickets. If you climb the highest point, you can overlook Zijiang and Yiyang City. The mountain is a Bailu Temple with a long history. You can go down the mountain from the east to the other leisure place Xiufeng Lake in Yiyang. There is also a night market at night. It is very lively.
Huilong Mountain is located in the west of the city of Yiyang, Hunan Province, the south bank of Zishui. East by screw top, west by Feng-shaped mountain, surrounded by peaks, like a group of dragons meeting riverside, so the name of Huilong Mountain, now opened as Huilong Park. It is facing the water, long-looking like the dragon dagger, so the name. It is not far from the downtown area, from the bustling south end of Zijiang Bridge to the west, over a slope, not 10 minutes to the mountain front, and this short distance, but separated two worlds. Standing at the foot of the Longshan Mountain, will immediately feel a green point to come, straight through the heart. Lush leaves cover the mountain, only see the light and dark, thick and light green with the mountain tops, really this meaning only should be in the sky, Danqing magic hands are difficult.
The entrance of Huilong Park is opposite Xiufeng Park. There is a road in it. I went to follow the navigation and went into the residential area. I couldn't find a place. An elderly uncle pointed me to go to Huilong Park. Thank you here. The entrance of Huilong Park is Guangji Temple. In the park, there are Qixia Temple, Fulin Tower, He Fengshan couple's cemetery, Zhou Libo bronze statue, originally went to find Qixia Temple, saw the towering into the cloud Fulin Tower, and forgot the original idea of Qixia Temple, went to the third floor of Fulin Tower, and looked at half of Yiyang, Zijiang, Bailu Temple, Yiyang ancient city walls. The third floor was just windy. I was afraid of blowing on the top floor, hahaha, I originally took some photos here, I don't know what the phone is wrong, lost, Fortunately, I found a chat record, beautiful no, the picture is Qixia Temple