Taoist Site in Lónghŭ Shān

Residence of the Celestial Masters

This is the largest and best-preserved temple in the area. It was originally built in the Song dynasty, thoroughly renovated in the Qing dynasty and then again in the 1990s. The oldest building still standing is the…
Hill in Lónghŭ Shān

Elephant’s Trunk Hill

Close to Lónghǔ Shān’s main entrance, this is the first stop you’ll reach if you catch the miniature train. Here you can hike a loop past rock formations and rebuilt temples, then descend to the river from where you…
Taoist Site in Lónghŭ Shān

Shàngqīng Palace

This temple complex was almost entirely destroyed by fire; only the entrance gate, first courtyard (with the drum and bell tower) and a few side halls remain. A mythic spot, Shàngqīng Palace is the alleged site of t…
Museum in Lónghŭ Shān

Lónghŭ Shān Geology Museum

Has detailed explanations of Lónghǔ Shān’s formation. There is a dinosaur-themed 4D-cinema above the ticket office.
Museum in Lónghŭ Shān

Lónghŭ Shān Taoist Museum

This small museum dedicated to Taoism has information in Chinese only.