The two towers are 43 meters apart. The east tower is 43 meters tall and the west tower is 42 meters tall. Both of them are 13 storied towers with 8 corners on the basis of solid bricks. The broad bases are decorated with a variety of carving patterns. For instance, there is a lion, a warrior carrying great weight and lotus flower. Almost all the decorations of the towers are completely kept. In the middle of the west tower, you can see a small stone inscription which was done in the 28th year when the emperor Wanli reigned in the Ming Dynasty. In 1963, Twin Towers in Chongxing Temple was listed among the first group of cultural relics under provincial-level protection.