Situated in the west side of Li River, Fubo Hill is 63 meters high, 60 meters wide, 213 meter high above the sea level. It is a solitary peak, standing elegantly half on land and half on water. As the water flows by the hill causes it to swirl, from which comes its name "Wave-Subduing" Hill.
The beautiful Fubo Hill has many interesting sights in it. On the right side of park near River, found rice pot, it is big enough to cook for 1000 people at a time. Southern part of the hill is a garden full of bamboos, palm trees and flowers. On the southern slope of the Hill is Returned Pearl Cave, 1000 year-old Buddha images are etched into the wall of the cave and along with over 200 images of Buddha, most dating from the Song and Tang Dynasties. You can see Mifu self-portrait, a famous painter and calligraphist in Song dynasty. On the western side near the Returned Pearl Cave, there is stone stairway up to the Kuishui Pavilion and to the top. From there, one may have a birds-eye view of the Li River.