According to the introduction of the owner of a small hotel in Qinglai Night Market, there is a beautiful Chinese-style Temple named Huibakang Temple on the outskirts of the city, which is funded by the famous Great monk Pra Ajarn Phob Chok. So the driver of the landlady took us to visit the magical temple as promised the next morning. She is amazing because the architectural style of the whole temple adopts the integration and complementarity of China and Thailand. It consists of three main parts - "Guan Shiyin on the roof, a golden dragon pagoda, and a hall of Buddha. First, the appearance of the hall, pure Thai red tile roof and pure white wall, the main entrance of the hall has long steps, and white dragons with gaps on each side. The shape not only has the traditional style of Taibei. Tianlong Tianladder, even on the eaves are covered with a number of elaborate white dragons, plus every inch of the decoration of the porch and the portal post also carved a variety of patterns. And the base of the whole hall was raised to the sea level of the second floor. On the two sides of the base, there were orderly carved lamp pillars. On the top of the pillars stood the totem birds of Thailand, with a long beak holding a crystal ball lamp. At night, they were like holding a night pearl. However, when they were ready to enter the main hall, they found that the interior decoration project had not yet been completed. The statue of Buddha in the temple is still in debt of gold and its walls are still rough. It can only be said with some regret that it has to stop. Luckily, beside the main hall, there is a nine-storey pagoda along the ramp, which is rare in other Thai monasteries. The pure gold spire is embedded on the pagoda which looks modern but has the traditional color style of the Thai temple. What is more interesting is that many golden dragons are decorated at every angle of the outer tower. Walking into the pagoda hall, in the middle is a Guan Shiyin Bodhisattva sitting on the pagoda terrace. The wooden statue is as high as the second floor, and there are good fortune and two dragon girls standing around. And the pagoda is constantly chanting the music of the Great Tragic Mantra, and you can see the Yellow sutras hanging from your head, each with seven characters "the throne of Guan Shiyin Bodhisattva" written on it, which gives you the feeling that you have come to Chinese temples. As we walk along the stairs, we can see all kinds of facial features, gestures and incarnations of wood-carved Avalokitesvara, sword-carrying, paper fan-holding, one-handed sutra-holding and child-holding. When approaching the top of the tower, only one Buddha statue can be placed on each floor. After visiting the pagoda, you can also take a tourist battery car to go to the statue of the goddess of goddess Guan Yin on the rooftop. This huge pure white Guan Shiyin can actually be seen inside. There is a ticket window at the entrance of the waiting ladder. Each person has to pay 40 baht for a ticket. On the upper right corner of the page is a picture of Pra Ajarn Phob Chok, the abbot of the temple. At the entrance of the elevator, a handsome man in a crimson suit will press the elevator door for visitors, and the elevator will go straight to the top floor after ascending. In fact, the top floor is a small space for visitors to visit some pure Chinese elements of Liang carvings and murals, such as Chinese dragons, female Bodhisattvas and fairies with Chinese Buddhism as the theme of a series of lovely characters.
The temple was built on a hill, and there was no plan to visit the Huajun Temple. The big statue was observed from a distance, and then came to the pagoda on the tenth floor. There was a statue on each floor. The astrological symbols around it were animal sculptures, and the elevator was built inside.
A nine-storey pagoda enshrines many Buddhist statues. The sculptures on the tower are very powerful and exquisite.
There are many Chinese traditional elements in the nine-storey pagoda and the image of Chinese dragon.