Lư Bồng Kiểng: Lư is a hut or cottage, Bồng is a type of grass used to cover the hut, Kiểng is the landscape.  The whole noun, in a poetic usage, means the place which is so simple and suitable for those who lead a hermits' lives.  However, it represents the abode of fairies and saints with a pure lifestyle.

The Han writing is 蓬庐景

The Prophet wrote:

“Wherever the Fairies are,

They will come together at the Lu Bong to kowtow to the Sacred King.”

(Mad’ Spring and Summer Poem: Xuân Hạ Tác Cuồng Thơ)