Tiandiyuan is the most famous natural landscape in the Chinese tourist area, literally meaning "Tiandiyuan". It is named for the legendary seven fairies who came down to take a bath and have a leisure at night to serve the Jade Emperor. The waterfall is divided into three sections. The first section (22m high and 21m deep) flows down from the top of Dongze Rock Cave. The second and third sections of the waterfall are formed because of the barrier of rocks and rocks, and eventually flows into the sea. Above the galloping waterfall is an arch-shaped overpass with statues of seven fairies serving the Emperor of Heaven. At the same time, it is also the scene of love and parting between male and female protagonists in Dachangjin. On the outer wall of Tiandi Building in Guzhong, there are pictures of fairies and immortals depicting the legendary content of Tiandiyuan. In addition, there are also Xianlin Bridge carved with seven fairies. If copper money is put into the pocket of the statue of Wufuquan, it is said that it will be blessed.