Atop an eight-span sluice gate stand three pavilions collectively known as the Shuixin Chamber. The one in the middle is topped by a double-eaved hip-and-gable roof with round ridges.
The two flank pavilions sit under double-eaved roofs. The archway that stand at either end of the sluice gate is no more. This trio of pavilions have not only turned water conservancy facilities into scenery, but also render a curved skyline to the otherwise monotonous dyke. The Shuixin Chamber is an emblem of the entire mountain summer resort.
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