The pavilion was once a famous polder town in the urban area. It is said that Song Qing ’s military general Di Qing forced some people in Shandong to follow the army south to Nanning. At that time, Nanning was very small, and the city outside was desolate. After Song Jun came to the present pavilion, Di Qing found that it was surrounded by mountains and water, and was separated from Nanning by a river. The land and water transportation was convenient, so he ordered the Chinese army to order to "stop moving" and let the ordinary people from Shandong live. Since then, they have lived on this unfamiliar land and built their homes with their hard-working hands. At that time, the pavilion did not have a place name, so people named this piece of land on which they depended for survival as "Stop." I do n’t know how many years have passed before people changed “pause” to “pavilion”.