Litang Temple is a famous scenic spot in Litang, also known as Changqingchun Keer Temple. It is the largest Yellow Temple in the south of Kangnan district and is known as the "Buddhist Holy Land of Kangnan". There are various types of gold-plated bronze statues of Sakyamuni, Buddhist classics, saddles used by the third Dalai Lama, murals of Ming and Qing Dynasties and other precious cultural relics in the temple. The annual butter sculpture Flower Festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month in Tibet is known as "Kangqu". The temple was built by the third Dalai Lama in 1580 covering an area of more than 900 square meters. It has more than 4300 monks and 800 permanent residents. It is the largest Gelug Sect (Yellow Religion) Temple in Kangnan District, considered as the "Buddhist Holy Land in Kangnan".