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  Wangcong Temple is a cemetery and temple commemorating the burial of Emperor Wang and Emperor Cong, two famous monarchs of the ancient Shu Kingdom. It has been renovated in recent years. Between the palaces and mausoleums, there are pools surrounded by rippling blue waves. There are “Daosun Tower”, “Tingjuan Tower” and other pavilions built near the water. There are more than 200 ancient cypresses in and around the cemetery, which are lush and green. Every year during the Dragon Boat Festival of the lunar calendar, nearby people gather here to hold a “Singing Contest”. The singing competition is large in scale and has a large number of people. The contestants are all ordinary people. It has a strong local flavor and the scene is lively. Near Wangcong Temple there are also tourist spots such as Ziyunting Pavilion, Yang Xiong’s Tomb and Dujuan City Ruins.

Wenjingjiang Ecological Tourism Resort is located on the west side of Chongzhou City, including an 8-kilometer river course of Wenjingjiang River and a development area of ​​nearly 8 square kilometers. It has 4 theme squares and an open riverside park consisting of nearly 1,000 acres of green space; nearly 200 hectares The high-quality slow-flowing water surface forms water recreation, sports fields and Hexin Island eco-tourism resort; Binhe Avenue leisure tourism resort block.
Dagu Glacier is located in Heishui County, Aba Prefecture, covering an area of ​​210 square kilometers. It is a shining pearl embedded in the Dajiuzhai International Tourism Area in Sichuan, China.


   Entering ancient times and exploring its origins, hence the name “Dagu Glacier”.


   When the Quaternary glaciers were at their peak, Dagu Glacier was a large flat-top ice cap glacier. In the past 10,000 years, it has gradually retreated with global warming. At present, the glacier distribution area is more than 200 square kilometers, and the ice area is 6.04 square kilometers. The types of glaciers are diverse and magical. There are colorful geological relics such as “U” shaped valleys, cirques, moraine lakes, and ancient ice waterfalls.

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