Nanshan is the collective name for the Zhaoyin, Huanghe, Jiashan and Jiuhua Mountains. The area consists of the Zhaoyin Scenic Area, Zhulin Scenic Area, Helin Scenic Area and Wenyuan. Since the Southern and Northern Dynasties, Nanshan has been a residence or tourist destination for countless scholars and celebrities, thanks to its quiet and tranquil atmosphere. Su Tungpo, Kangxi, Qianlong and many other scholars and emperors left brilliant tributes to Nanshan. "Zhaoming Anthology" and "The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons" were both written here. This green setting has beautiful scenery, with the trees remaining dense even in winter. Hear the Tiger Spring tinkle as it flows and take in the pavilions, each with its own characteristics.