The scale of the Hangkong Temple is not large, but the whole temple, supported on the cliff by the pine pole of the thick and thin arm (ordinary lady's arm), is really dangerous. Walking on the road of the hanging temple, looking at the front and the top of the head, and occasionally looking down at the mountains, I think that the Chinese people, especially the ancient people who devoted themselves to practice, are really admirable, whether they are physically, intellectually or persistently. But at the same time, I suggest that you never go to see more pine trees supporting the temple, because the more you look, the more afraid you will be, the more soft you will be. Many of the pine trees that support the whole temple are only half or less at the bottom, standing on the prominent small rocks on the cliff wall. When you look at them, it seems that the road under your feet is shaking imperceptibly and you can't afford to fall down at any time. The more you look, the more scared you are!!! And the temple hall actually has two floors, which are supported by small stones and thin trunks. Really soft legs! Are you weak? I didn't know until I passed by. The Hangkong Temple is about 2.5 hours'drive away from Datong City. The tour time is about 1.5 hours. Next door is Hengshan Mountain. It's also about 1 hour's tour time. So it's a waste of time for a single day, but it's a pity not to go. However, Miao is in the middle of the road from Datong to Wutai Mountain, so if you want to play with the Yungang Grottoes in Datong, you should go to Wutai Mountain again. It is suggested that you play with Yungang Grottoes in the morning, have lunch in Datong, have a tour in Datong in the afternoon and in the evening, and get up early the next day to go to the Hangkong Temple. The driver will ask if you want to go to Hengshan or whether you want to go there. Wutai Mountain? Then the teacher will tell you when and where to wait for Wutai Mountain's car to come and take you away. It's basically about 8 p.m. to Wutai Mountain. This is not a waste of time, but also a leisure to play.
Hangkong Temple is the most characteristic temple in China. Ticket 130, the elderly into the scenic area free of charge, but not into the temple. At first I thought it was too narrow for fear of an accident. Then I saw an old man willing to pay for a ticket. Then I could go up. It was money that was making a mistake. There is a limit on the number of people entering the temple, up to 80. When we go to the temple, we are not on weekends, and there are few tourists. There are several floors in the Hangkong Temple. The first floor is still fine. It's beautiful to take pictures and play. After the second floor, I regretted it, but I couldn't return to the original road. The road was too narrow and could only follow. Some people had blocked it. An uncle took pictures at the corner of the stairs. We were all waiting behind. It was funny that he was shaking his legs all the time. He didn't forget to take more pictures. It was very dedicated. Although the Hangkong Temple is on the cliff, there are many Daxiong Palace and Guanyin Hall in it. All kinds of palaces are pocket-sized. The scenic spot is not big. Take it easy. An hour is enough.
The hanging temple is small and delicate, with glazed tiles flowing with green light. It is said that Lu Ban competed with his sister, building a bridge and building a temple. They were all built overnight, so the Hangkong Temple is very small - although the sparrows are small, they have all five internal organs. Leiyin Temple, Daxiong Palace and Sanguan Palace are all available. Because it has been transformed into a tourist attraction, there are no monks to worship it again, but the small Zen house was still there, and the delicate and lovely-hanging temple is a typical representative of the unity of the three religions. It can be clearly seen from the pavilion of Daxiong that the worshippers are Tathagata III and Emperor Guan and Taiyi real people. Only when you enter the hanging temple can you really feel the steepness of the terrain. The stairs are narrow and narrow. You must go to the Jin temple! ________ Only when we enter can we realize the superb architectural art and skills of the ancient people, as well as the reverence of the people for their beliefs at that time.
Hanging Temple, half a day high, three horsetails hanging in the air, this folk song describes the Hanging Temple. Hangkong Temple is located between the cliffs on the west side of Hengshan Mountain in Hunyuan County, Datong City, Shanxi Province. It was built in the late Northern Wei Dynasty 1400 years ago. It is the only unique temple in China that integrates Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Looking up from the bottom of the mountain, I saw a temple standing tall on a cliff almost straight up and down. It skillfully utilized the principle of mechanics, based on the flying beams inserted into the mountain, and supported the whole temple by relying on the rocks between the cliffs. When I climbed the Hangkong Temple and looked around, I saw a wooden pole sticking in the cliff, walking on the corridor, occasionally shaking, my heart could not help shaking. Here the railings are very low, only to the thigh position, feeling very suspense. Looking down again, the straight up and down cliffs make people dizzy. It deserves to be selected as the top ten unstable buildings in the world by Time Magazine.
Visiting this place made me wonder how did the monks live here during those times? It is such a risk to climb up to the top so people are in long line because the number of people who need to climb up would be controlled although this hanging temple is highly secured for any collapse of accidents but it can be seen safety of the tourists who would climb has been prioritized. If you are in Datong, this is such a one of a kind experience and scenery your eyes would ever lay in.
Qionglou Xiange hanging temple, originally known as "Xuankong Pavilion", takes Taoist "Xuankong Pavilion", Buddhist "empty", shaped pavilion surface named, customarily known as the hanging temple. In December 2010, Time magazine published the list of the world's top ten most dangerous buildings, which attracted wide attention at home and abroad. One of the eighteen sceneries of Hengshan Mountains is built on a cliff and suspended in mid-air, like a fairy palace in a goddess building, flying by the cliff, and Zhuhu in Danlang. Skillfully use - "mechanics principle half insert flying beam as the foundation, skillfully use rock underpinning beam column up and down, corridor is connected left and right, winding strange. In the later period of the Northern Wei Dynasty, built by Buddhist monks, Xuangkong Temple has been repaired in successive dynasties. Although it has suffered many earthquakes, it is still safe and sound. The earliest and most perfect high-altitude wooden cliff building in China is also the only truly unique ancient building of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. Inside the temple, there are more than 80 statues of copper, iron, stone and clay Buddhas, the "spectacular" carved on the rocks under the temple, and Li Bai ink treasures of Tang Dynasty poets. Climbing the Hangkong Temple, standing between thousands of miles, steep and steep mountains, 58 meters away from the ground, drilling skylights, through grottoes, across trestles, promenades.
The Hangkong Temple is a slang in the eighteen scenic spots of Hengshan Mountains. It is known as the "Hangkong Temple, half a day high, three horsetails hanging in the sky" and is famous for its steep abyss. According to the data, the Hangkong Temple was built in the late Northern Wei Dynasty 1400 years ago. It is the only unique temple in China that is the combination of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Its original name is Xuankong Pavilion, Xuan Pavilion, and Xuan Pavilion. Its original name is derived from Taoist doctrine of traditional Chinese religion. It was later renamed Hangkong Temple because the whole temple is like hanging on a cliff. In Chinese, "Hangkong Pavilion" and "Xuan" have the same pronunciation. Scenic spot tickets are divided into 25 yuan for entrance tickets and 100 yuan for boarding tickets. They are all bought at the ticket office. The entrance tickets are punched and the boarding tickets are checked again when boarding the Hangkong Temple. If you are really afraid of it and don't want to go up, the boarding tickets with only one hole can be refunded in full. It's very good. There are many people and the temple is small. It takes a long queue to get there. Only when the people in front come down, can the people in the back go up. The staircase is very narrow and steep. It can only be passed by one person. It is not uncommon to use both hands and feet. We should also pay attention to the bump of the top railings. The wooden pillars that support them seem to shake and frighten, so it is not surprising that even some people regret it.
Suddenly I want to go to the temple again because I have always been thinking of going to the temple, understanding the empty five connotations, the artistic conception of nirvana, and want to see the words "spectacular" written by Li Bai himself. I was unable to go up the mountain in the last winter when I met snow rolling stones. This weekend afternoon driving, evening 10 to the foot of the mountain to stay, the next morning, the mountain, 10:30 swimming, to climb Mount Hengshan relatives can continue to climb. I heard that the local transportation is underdeveloped, and it is relatively convenient for everyone to follow the group or drive by themselves, rent and carpool cars. Online booking is very convenient, but at that time did not look closely, to the ticket gate only found that to collect tickets to the city, but had to cancel online booking, but also convenient and fast. It's only 7 yuan more expensive to buy 125 yuan at the scene than to order online. In short, the Hangkong Temple has a sense of historical vicissitudes, worthy of Xu Xiake's words: the world's magnificence and the magnificence left by Li Bai.
In the afternoon, we visited the famous Hangkong Temple in Hengshan Mountain, Beiyue. It is famous for "Three Religions in One" and has been rated as one of the ten most dangerous buildings in the world. On the first day of National Day, due to landslides, the scenic spots have been banned from climbing temples and can only be seen in the square. Now it only costs 25 yuan to get in and stand in the square to enjoy the hanging temple. I have seen the propaganda film on TV before. This time, I approached to see that it was a little lost. It was too small. In addition, it was less fun not to visit the temple. The toilets in the hanging temple are well constructed. There are mirrors and shelves in every compartment of the women's toilet.