Under Mount Emei, the Buddhist holy site, there is a thousand-year-old town-Luomu Ancient Town. This ancient town has not been over-developed and still maintains a lot of original ecology. It is only about 8 kilometers away from Baoguo Temple in Emei Mountain. It is free and open. It is definitely your way to the foot of Mount Emei. A place worth checking in.
Luomu Ancient Town is also known as Qinglongchang. The ancient town has not undergone large-scale renovation, and its ancient charm still exists. The primitive features of the ancient houses are displayed here, and these houses are still inhabited today. Along the streets paved with bluestone slabs, on both sides are old wooden houses with carved dragons and phoenixes. The door is a wooden door with an unpainted upper channel, and a window frame with wooden lattice strips. Each room is slender, with a long corridor, and there are small rooms on both sides of which are used for purposes, with small patios and full of moss.
This year, Luomu Ancient Town in Emeishan City has been upgraded and built. The quaint traditional houses in Western Sichuan, the quiet tea-horse road Qingshiban alley, and the charming historical and cultural wall paintings. Stroll in Luomu Ancient Town and stroll along the quaint streets along the colorful oil paper. Under the umbrella, you can feel the rich atmosphere of the ancient town, and the poetry and picturesqueness emerge spontaneously, which is refreshing.
The beautiful and picturesque Leshan City, due to the influence of temperature and climate in the south, has formed an inseparable ancient town style painting made by water everywhere. The ancient town of Luomu is presented to tourists in this way.
There were too many people in Emei during the short holiday. I saw an ancient town of Luomu nearby and drove there. It was a type of ancient town that had not been developed at all, with many old wooden houses. But the entertainment is not very high, just walk around. There are also newly built places to drink tea and read books that mimic the style of Lijiang.
Luomu Ancient Town, our locals are accustomed to become Qinglongchang. We have been here N times since we were young, and we have never cared that this place is also a place with a story. The town is small, it was built in the first year of Emperor Wude of the Tang Dynasty (618 AD). It was inhabited during the Shang and Zhou dynasties. According to legend, it was the first stop of the ancient tea-horse road from the plains into the mountains during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Many traditional handicrafts have been maintained. And flavor snacks. The adjacent Er'e Mountain is the main birthplace of the "Seventh Cave of Taoism" in Mount Emei, and many Taoist relics have been left behind. If you don't go far, you can't live up to the summer spring. The stars have changed and the times have changed. The town has not been contaminated with too much commercialization, and the ancient customs still exist. Most of the people living here are elderly people. There is a "river" in front of the house, a mountain behind the house, half an acre of land to plant melons and beans, and a few trees to blossom in spring. The old houses on both sides are precipitating history, carved door lintels, wooden latticed window lattices, moss in front of the steps, and ivy on the walls, exuding a faint smell of rotten wood. Today is not "hurry up", it seems a little quieter, the blacksmith shop beside it is clanging iron, and the sound of the salesman just let you hear but not noisy...Here, change or unchanged, the town for thousands of years That's how it came over.
Luomu Ancient Town, also known as Qinglongchang, has inherited many ancient delicacies: Qinglong Tofu Nao, Pea Bar, Dried Tofu, Okara and so on. The most famous one is Qinglong Tofu Nao, especially Luo Mu Hong Miaozi Tofu Nao (Baidu, AutoNavi, Ctrip, etc.).
I went to the hot springs in Mount Emei with my family, and saw that there is an ancient town in Luomu not far from here, so I took my family there. This ancient town hasn't been built too much, and it still retains a lot of original feeling. We still prefer this feeling, and it feels better than those newly built ancient towns that are the same. Things in the market town are still relatively cheap, and there are many restaurants for eating. You can go shopping when you pass by.
Like it, it's quiet and there are few tourists. I like the inn where I live.