Leifeng Pagoda, also known as Huangfei Pagoda, also known as Xiguan Brick Pagoda, is located on the Leifeng of Xizhao Mountain on the West Hunan coast, in front of Jingci Temple under Rihui Peak of Nanping Mountain. Leifeng Pagoda was built in 975 and lasted six years. It is said that Qian Honglu, king of Wuyue, built it to celebrate the birth of his beloved concubine Huang, also known as Huangfei Pagoda in the past. The original tower has seven stories. The windows of the double eaves flying building are very spectacular. But the old tower collapsed in 1924 and has been rebuilt. The newly built Leifeng Pagoda is the first master craftsman in the field of bronze sculpture in China, Zhu Bingren Danggang, making it the first coloured bronze Pagoda in China. Leifeng New Tower was built on the site, retaining the pavilion-like structure before the old tower was burned down. It completely adopted the style, design and size of the rebuilding in the early Southern Song Dynasty. The new tower is 71.679 metres high and consists of three parts: the base, the body and the brake. The height of the tower is 49.17 metres, the brake is 18.25 metres and the base below the horizon is 9.8 metres. From top to bottom, they are - "Tasha, Tiangong, Five, Four, Three, Two, Dark, Bottom, Two, and Base. The design of the tower body follows the plane octagonal pavilion style of Leifeng Pagoda before it was burned down, and its appearance is an eight-sided, five-storey Pavilion style tower, which retains the traditional style of Song Pagoda. Each layer is covered with copper tiles. Copper bucket arch is set at the corner. Copper bells are hung under the eaves and warping corners. The style is beautiful and antique. It is reported that the construction of Leifeng Pagoda with copper was carried out by Zhu Bingren, a Chinese master of copper sculpture, using tens of thousands of words of meticulous papers to persuade experts from all sides. At the same time, the two to five floors also have a flat seat for sightseeing. The tower brake height used for decoration is 16.1 meters, and the top of the tower is covered with gold. Its shape has the typical style of the ancient buildings in the south of the Yangtze River in the Tang and Song Dynasties. Looking from a distance, it is brilliant. The protective cover specially built for the protection of the ruins is octagonal, with a building area of 3133 square meters, and is decorated with Han Baiyu railings. The protective cover is divided into two layers, which completely protects the Leifeng Pagoda site. After the completion of Leifeng New Tower, the sunset of Leifeng, which has disappeared for more than 70 years, will reappear. The pagoda is elegantly decorated, beautifully furnished and well-equipped with new features and rich connotations, which shines brilliantly in the West Lake scenic spots and historic sites. Visitors climb the Leifeng New Tower and stand on the five-storey outward flat seat. The beautiful scenery of West Lake and the prosperity of Hangzhou city are all in the sight of visitors. As the commanding heights of the West Hunan Line, the West Lake with rippling green waves, the beautiful and dignified Wangzhuang, the new scenic spots on the southern line, and the three islands in the center of the lake are all in sight; while standing on the East Bank of the West Lake, the lakeside road of Leifeng Tower is thick and elegant, and the Paulo Tower is slender and handsome, with two towers one south and one north, facing each other across the lake, the mountain color of the West Lake returns to the harmony and beauty of the past. The sunset of Leifeng Pagoda is one of the ten sceneries in Hangzhou, but the best place to see the sunset of Leifeng Pagoda is not in the scenic area, but in the nearby Changqiao, or on the West Lake cruise ship. The sunset is plated on the pagoda, just like the Buddha light, which is very beautiful.