Fulan Pavilion is located in the lowest pavilion on the west side of Jingshan Mountain. The roof of the pavilion is a double-layered dome, covered with golden glazed tiles, green carved beams and painted buildings, red lacquered columns, and gold-rimmed latticed doors and windows. It is luxurious and beautiful.
Jingshan Park is located on the central axis of the ancient capital of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is the royal garden of the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. It faces Beihai to the west and the Forbidden City to the south. Jingshan was once the commanding height of the city. The mountain was originally piled up for the construction of the palace in the Liao Dynasty. Coal was piled here in the Ming Dynasty, also known as the coal mountain. There are five peak pavilions on the mountain, from east to west they are Guanmiao Pavilion, Zhoushang Pavilion, Wanchun Pavilion, Fulan Pavilion and Jifang Pavilion. Fulan Pavilion, which means condescending, broad vision, and rich in viewing. The pavilion is 11.3 meters high, with the peacock glazed tile roof illuminated by the afterglow of the setting sun, which is extremely beautiful, with heavy eaves and round spires, like an umbrella cover. Looking west from here, you will have a panoramic view of the white tower and blue waves of the North Sea, and the scenery of the ancient capital is charming. A bronze statue of a gold Buddha enshrined in the pavilion was looted by the Allied Forces of the Eight Nations in the 26th year of Guangxu.