On the southern slope of the hill is Pearl-Returning Cave (Huangzhu dong). The legend about this cave says that once a fisherman entered the cave and saw an old man sleeping with a pearly by his side. The fisherman stole the pearl and took it home. Someone told him that the pearl belonged to the Dragon king and that he would get angry if the pearl was not return. Hence the cave is called Return the Pearly Cave.
At the end of the cave is Thousand-Buddha Cave. There are 250 Buddhist statues and more than 100 carved inscriptions of various periods. Most of the statues are works of Tang and Song dynasties. The 1,000-Buddha Crag (Buddha images carved on stone). Among the best carvings is a self-portrait of Mi Fu, a famous painter of the Song Dynasty (960-1279).
Opening Hours: 07:10 to 18:30
Admission Fee: CNY 15