A true folk religion temple on the shore of Erhai.

Run by an irate older couple, the Bamu Temple 八母庙 on the shore of Erhai next to Heyicheng village, is one of the stranger temples in Dali. 

It consists of several halls, dedicated to gods and deities of all Chinese religions, with a large cave diorama with Puxian in it the main hall. Closer to the lake is a three storied pavilion with the Yellow Emperor on the top floor, opposite its entrance is a 弥勒佛. To the side then come shrines to local gods and rulers, seemingly a Benzhu and a Ming style official.