Beside Fawang Temple, five kilometers northwest of the county town of Dengfeng is a small pagoda forest formed by some pagodas of the Tang and Yuan dynasties. The three Tang Dynasty pagodas are all one-storey pavilion-style ones. One in the southeastern part has a particularly excellent design rarely found elsewhere in China.
Each side of the square brick pagoda measures 4.3 meters long. Its total height is more than ten meters. The main body of the pagoda is topped by a roof with arc eaves, common for pagodas of the Tang Dynasty. The most precious part of the pagoda is its steeple, whose height and size are exceptional and ornaments magnificent. The bottom of the steeple is a low flat Sumeru pedestal, on top of which is a large dome-shaped pagoda belly. Four corners of the pedestal in the shaped of banana leaves are carved with floral designs. Above the dome are eight huge stone lotus petals supporting three stone discs crowned by a big bead. The entire steeple is an exquisite stupa with magnificent carvings. Most noteworthy is the fact that it is exactly as it was when first built in the Tang Dynasty.