Jigong Grotto

Last updated by chinatravel at 2014/5/2

All the sceneries in Jigong Grotto are made of stalactite, of three colors which are red, yellow and white. There are 12 halls in total, which are Martial Hall, Dragon Veins Hall, Water Dripping Hall, Calabash Palace, Thousand-Buddha Hall, Coral Room, Forest of Tower, Sakyamuni Valuable Palace, Mushroom Palace, Playing Music Hall, Fast Room and Palace without a Name. The caves are connecting with each other and the bottom of the cave is the sediment of calcareousness.

From the entrance of Jigong Cave, there are 70 stairs down. The bottom of the cave is very big. The most grand are Thousand-Buddha Hall, Coral Room, Forest of Tower, Sakyamuni Valuable Palace and Mushroom Palace. There are 53 stalactites together. One stele is 10 meters tall, looking like a sword.

There are four stone waterfalls and curtains drop down 15 meters from entrance to the bottom. There is a water palace in the grotto, lucid and cold. It is said that Jigong had washed his feet here.

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