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Immortal Cliff
Tianshui Top 3 in Important Religious Institution

277 Reviews
Liked by 1
Open Open from 04/01-10/31(Peak Season),8:30am-5:30pm;Open from 11/01-03/31(Off Season),9:00am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Maijishan Scenic Area, 2 Quanhu Road, Maiji District, Tianshui City
Phone: 0938-2731407 0938-2655291

What people are saying:

Xianren Cliff is 15 kilometers away from Maijishan Grottoes, because legends often have the celestial people living in this practice, named, by the three cliffs, five peaks, six temples. Here the existing temples and temples are through the Tang, Song, Ming and Qing Dynasty buildings and re-repair, some of the clay sculptures for the late Northern Wei.

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  • TanSuo T
    TanSuo T

    A real hidden gem!

    We changed our plan to visit this place when the Maijishan Grottoes was closed because of the rain, and we found a real hidden gem. Or I have to say, so far it is a hidden beauty! It is on the constru...

    Reviewed on /Date(1556944410000+0800)/
  • AikenBill
    South Carolina

    Gathering Place of the Immortals

    This is a very Taoist experience. Do not expect wondrous, lavishness carved and prfewseerved monuments. My sense of the experience was one to appreciate the grandeur an tranquility of the surroundings...

    Reviewed on /Date(1493079738000+0800)/

Additional Information


Not far from the Maijishan Mountain Grottoes, the Immortal Cliff is composed of three cliffs, five peaks and six temples. The green peaks tower over the top of the cliffs and the temples were built between the peaks and the cliffs, which is very interesting. The temples of the Immortal Cliff are collectively named Huayan Temple. In the 14th year of the Yongle Period of the Ming Dynasty, Emperor Chengzu renamed Huayan Temple to Lingying Temple. He gave most of the temples on the Immortal Cliff to King Han (the brother of the Emperor) as his mansion, and so the they became King Han's private temples. Therefore, people generally refer to the Immortal Cliff and Lingying Temple by each other's names.
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