Chaozhou ancient city of the north pavilion Buddha lamps built in the Song Dynasty, formed in the Ming Dynasty, the whole scenic area back to Jinshan, east Hanjiang, high and low fall, magnificent. According to legend, the front of the pavilion Buddha lamp, the four sides, from the upper reaches of Hanjiang Luhu to the downstream of the three-yuan tower, from Raoping County Gangwuxuan to Chaozhou floating ocean can see, so named "Beige Buddha lamp". And listed as one of the eight views of Chaozhou. [View] Yishan Xishui! [Interest] Famous attractions are more [price/performance] charged 10 yuan.
Beige Buddha Light is one of the eight views of Chaozhou, located at the northern end of the city wall, you can walk along the promenade, tickets 10 yuan, but from the riverside exterior can also see the panoramic view of the scenic spot, or you can overlook the Golden Hill Bridge.
Near the riverside bridge, the location is unique. The ancient city wall surrounds Jinshan. The pavilions are scattered high and low. To the east is the Hanjiang River, which turns sharply down. The high and low views are unique scenery, which can be called Lingnan. It forms a scenic line with Kaiyuan Temple on Paifang Street of Guangji Bridge
In the corner of the ancient city wall, here is a hillside, with buildings and pavilions built, forming a scenic spot different from the living area in the ancient city, facing the river and bridge, the night view with a sense of hierarchy is quite beautiful.
The old eight scenic spots in Chaozhou are not big, and it is worth a walk. After all, the ticket is only 10 yuan, and half the ticket for children and the elderly. [Scenery] Visit the ancient city wall of Chaozhou, the ancient pine of Jinshan, and overlook the Han River. [Fun] Climb up and look into the distance, a lighthouse on the ancient Han River. Climb up to the heights to overlook the Guangji Bridge, the crocodile platform, Zhenyuan Tower and other scenery Point, a good location for photography. [Value for money] Smaller attractions, one hour to visit, there are relatively few buildings, mainly looking at the scenery.
This used to be the lighthouse for boats seeking to trade the city. It is no longer in use and has become an attraction. As all historical buildings here, it is great in artistic value however this pl...
nearly missed the lighthouse - wouldnt call it a lighthouse though. It is a high pillar with lights to help ships navigate in the night.