Here you can ask for financial luck and marriage. There are no more Lingyin Temples. You need to take the cableway to go up and you can overlook the whole of Hangzhou. [The scenery] is beautiful, and the whole Hangzhou West Lake West Creek Wetland has a panoramic view. [Fun] is very cool. The temperature is lower than the mountain. [Cost-effective] Cableway 30 yuan. Ticket 8 yuan. Good value for money.
I went to the peak a few times. I went last spring and found out that there is the first temple of wealth under the world. It has vigor and is very popular.
Dadu Maitreya Buddha has a beautiful attitude, and the temple gates are connected with each other.
Worth a visit.
Take the North Peak Cableway to the peak - Lingshun Temple~ Traffic: Convenient transportation, cableway and walking can be~ Characteristic experience: Lingshun Temple is very popular, there are many people, the environment is very good, especially the view from the top of the mountain is very enjoyable~ Recommended reasons: religious people can go to bye-bye~ Tips: Great location, In the Lingyin Temple scenic area~
Lingshun Temple, also known as the "world's first CaiShen Temple." This temple is located in the northern peak of Hangzhou, the mountain foot. The temple was founded in 326 AD (the Xianhe era in the Eastern Jin Dynasty), has a history of more than 1600 years, is the earliest famous temple in Hangzhou. It is also one of the five spirits. "One of the five spirits: Lingzhan, Lingyin, Lingfeng, Lingshun, Lingshan."
Well worth a visit for the views and friends
Although there are many temples in Hangzhou, the first temple of wealth in the world must be worshiped. Everyone can take the cable car to the mountain on the return journey, or you can go out to the twilight temple of Lingyin Scenic Area and climb the steps. Although it is a bit tired, it is still very achievement feeling. During the epidemic, WeChat scanned the QR code to register, and after buying tickets, you can enter the temple. Not a big temple, the entrance is very powerful Guan Erge, may be the moral: gentleman loves wealth to take it (I personally guess). The two gods of wealth and the gods of wealth, both on the left and the right, each have allusions.