Historians always have divergences on the question about the native place of Yang Guifei. But according to relative historic materials, we have plenty evidence show that Rong County is her hometown. Yang Guifei was regarded as one of the four beauties in China. Famous ancient poets, like Li Bai and Bai Juyi used to describe her in their poems. And her image frequently appears in folk dramas too. She is a woman not only wildly known in China, but also famous in some foreign countries. Her life is a true description of the unfortunate life of women in feudal society of the ancient China. People show great sympathy to her and her birthplace becomes concerned by more and more people. In the village, there are site of Guifei Temple, Guifei Well and the site of her dresser on the east of the county was told to be built by her foster father Yang Kang, the officer of Rong Zhou.
Guifei Well was originally a shallow well made by stones. When Yang Guifei was young, she often helped people draw water from this well. It is said that her beauty was owing to the water in the well as she drank the water everyday. This well was remained until 1949 and now only the site remains. Guifei Temple is on a slope west of Lingju Village and it was built for her memory by the ancient villagers. The temple was maintained after 1949 and it was pulled down in 1965. In recent years, villagers reconstruct this temple on its original site and put her statue in the center of the temple.
Guifei Hill is on the Jinniu Range in the northeast of Lingju Village and it said that the ancestral grave of Yang Guifei was in this hill. With an attitude lower than 300 meters above sea level, the range is ups and downs and the forest is exuberated here.