The Eight Temples of Changan, Lingguang, Sanshan, Dabei, Longquan, Xiangjie, Baozhucave, Zhenggou are set on the overlapping hills or in the quiet and secluded valley. The first site, built in the Ming Dynasty (1504), was Chang'an Temple, inside which is an exhibition museum. The second site, Temple of Lingguang, is the best preserved one from the Tang Dynasty; it has a 13-storied Buddha's Tooth Relic Pagoda. Inside the Courtyard is an Apricot Tree dating from the Yuan Dynasty.
Temples & monasteries
Changan Temple, means the temple of Eternal Peace.
Lingguang Temple, means the temple of Divine Light.
Sanshan Nunnery, means the nunnery of Three-hills.
Dabei Temple, means the temple of Great Mercy.
Longquan Nunnery, means the nunnery of Dragon Spring.
Xiangjie Temple, means the temple of the Fragrant World.
Baozhu Cave, means the cave of Precious Pearl.
Zhengguo Temple, means the temple of Thoroughly Transform.