One of the most ancient Buddhist temples in the province, Yuantong was built as a cluster of shrine buildings scattered around a large pond, nestled against the cliffs of Yuantong Mountain.
The largest Daoist temple in the city, featuring Ming and Qing dynasty style architecture, this temple is a trove of architectural, artistic, religious and cultural history for the region.
Originally a private garden residence for a scholarly official, it was donated to a monk to build a temple in the 1600s.
The first Zen temple in Yunnan. The Qiongzhu Temple is famous for the five hundred unique painted sculptures of Erhat deities made in the Qing dynasty.
A large park presenting the architecture and culture of each of Yunnan's 26 ethnic groups (the most of any province in China).