Longyin Temple, also known as Longwei Temple, is located on Jiulong Mountain, which is nearly 1,000 meters above sea level, and is the second highest peak in the Bamboo Sea in southern Sichuan. There are undulating green waves on all sides, the vast sky, the breeze blowing, the sound of bamboo waves, resembling a dragon, hence the name Longyin Temple, overlooking the Changning Mountains and Nanxi River.
It is only a few kilometers from the Emerald Promenade to Longyin Temple, and it will be there soon. Longyin Temple feels very high. From the top of the mountain, you can overlook the vast panorama of the bamboo sea, which makes people feel open-minded. The color of the exterior walls of the ancient temple complex is mottled, which is more historical.
Longyin Temple is located on Jiulong Mountain, also called Longwei Temple. There are Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian heritage. Surrounded by lush bamboo forests, the temple is magnificent and solemn. The "Twin Towers" in the temple and the "Guanhai Tower" of Shunan Bamboo Sea are facing each other, which is a great place to overlook the Bamboo Sea.
Shunan Bamboo Sea Longyin is built on Longyin Mountain. It is located in the lush bamboo sea, surrounded by red tiles and green bamboos. It takes a lot of physical strength to go straight up the stairs of Qingyun at 60 degrees. Climb to the three-story Guanhai Building next to the temple, and be surrounded by clouds and mist, letting the breeze blow on your face, and happiness comes to life.
Particularly worth the punch-in, the 200+ steps up and down were very rewarding
A very beautiful spot