The Emei Mountain
The Emeishan also called Emei Mountain. It is located in Emeishan City of Sichuan Province, 170 kilometers from Chengdu. It is a World Natural and Cultural Heritage in China and ranks as one of top four famous Buddhist Mountains in China. Rising 3,099 meters above sea level, Emei Mountain is the highest of China's four holy Buddhist mountains. The name "Emei" literally means "delicate eyebrow". This name is derived from two of the mountain's peaks, Wanfo (Ten Thousand Buddha) Summit and Golden Summit, which face each other and resemble the delicate eyebrows of a Chinese beauty. The mountain is home to a number of scenic and religious spots including: Baoguo Temple, Wannian Temple, Fohu Temple, Qingyin Pavilion, Heilongjiang Tunnel, Hongchun Platform, Xianfeng Temple, Xixiang Pond, and Golden Summit. It can be visited all year round and bring shocking and unforgettable experiences in every season for the tourists. One or Two day tour will be suggested to take for visiting.