Located in the center of Kangding, the well is a natural spring with a long history. Now it has been turned into a free and open tourist attraction, adjacent to the famous yoyo city, where visitors can take pictures.
Shuijingzi is the mother river of Kangding people and an important testimony of Kangding's local culture. Of course, the spring water is the protagonist, emerging continuously, flowing through the ditch. Surrounded by hanging pavilions decorated with antique and rich Tibetan characteristics, cornices, glazed glaze, Bashu, and joy, are all painted with traditional Tibetan patterns. There are three Tibetan and Chinese characters "Shuijingzi" on the wall facing the main gate. Between the two ditches on the left and right of you, there are a backwater platform and an exquisite Tibetan white smoke tower with blue decorative reliefs. There are eight auspicious treasures and conch patterns on the walls on both sides.
"Shuijingzi" is in Kangding City at the foot of Paoma Mountain. The name "Shuijingzi" is actually not "water well", but two parallel canals.
The spring water is groundwater, originated from the five-color sea, gushing out from the foot of Paoma Mountain, crystal clear. When it is very hot, touching the spring with one's hand makes people cool; in the cold winter, the spring does not freeze, and it is steaming, and there is no cold feeling when the hand is immersed in the water.
The water in the well is holy and magical. The beautiful girl standing in the middle of the well is gentle and graceful. The pools on both sides are slowly flowing with clear spring water. The exquisitely depicted murals tell the story of Kangding people in the past.
This scenic spot is in Kangding City, next to the Zheduo River. After reading the introduction, I learned that there is a custom of grabbing water in the New Year. In the New Year, you can get the holy spring water from this well and change Kangshun in the four seasons.
I will come next time