Yingjiang Temple, originally named "Ten Thousand Buddha Temple", was firstly built in the seventh year (974 years) of Kaibao Period in North Song Dynasty. It was renamed as Yingjiang Temple in the Qing Dynasty. It is a group of ancient buildings, a bright pearl among ancient buildings along the Yangtze River. For hundreds of years, the temple has attracted numerous worshippers; the number of its monks ever reached one thousand. The main buildings of the temple include Tianwang Hall, Hall of Sakyamuni, Pilu Hall and Depository of Buddhist scriptures. Celebrities and high officials of past dynasties visited the temple and enjoyed the scenery, chanting and composing poetry.