Yánqìng Temple information
Lonely Planet review
The modest Taoist Yánqìng Temple dates to 1233. The intriguingly shaped Tower of the Jade Emperor , repeatedly buried during the floods, contains a domed ceiling. At the rear is the Hall of the Three Clear Ones (三清殿; Sānqīng Diàn), where a trinity of Taoist deities welcomes worshippers.