Baima Spring is four kilometers northeast of Shangli Ancient Town. It was the only place where the Southern Silk Road entered Ya'an via Linqiong Ancient Road. This spring began in the first year of Tang Zhenguan and was named "Hou Yuanzehou" in the Song Dynasty. The spring water has a constant temperature of 14 degrees all year round, and the tide is not fixed, so the water level is surging and falling. Yesterday I walked down the steps to the edge of the spring and held up some spring water with both hands. It was very clear. There is also the White Horse Temple in the scenic area, which enshrines the precious stone carvings of eighteen arhats worshiping Guanyin during the Yongle period of the Ming Dynasty.
This is a place that is difficult to encounter at the moment, and it is truly ancient and aura; it is also a very lonely attraction. The cultural preservation unit of Sichuan Province has a ticket of ten yuan and free parking.
Suitable for friends interested in historical sites to go, Baima Spring was built in the first year of the Tang Dynasty (627), the first year of the Song Qian Road (1165) Fufeng Spring pond is "Yuanzehou", Shiyan Spring Pool, long 3.7 meters, wide 3.4 meters, deep 2.5 meters, the bottom of the stone carvings of Longma relief and water stone carving "Longdong" two characters.
Baimaquanzhuang Leisure Resort Center is a joint venture of Shanghai Aoge Investment Management Company and the government of Sichuan Ya'an Shangli Ancient Town Tourism Development Co., Ltd.
8 kilometers north of the ancient town, there are two scenic spots of Baima Spring and Jet Pearl Spring. Baima Spring was built in the first year of Tang Dynasty (627 AD), and the numbness of the Qiandao in the first year of Song Dynasty (1165 AD) was sealed as "Yuanze Hou" and was worshiped as a divine spring. The stones at the bottom of the spring were carved with the two characters of "Longdong" in the dragon horse relief carving and water-in-water stone carving.
Buddhist culture, Tibetan and Han culture, Red Army culture, three culture, worth to go to the end!