Timings : 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee for garden, Gallery and Rockery Xiang Hai Xuan Exhibition: HKD 20 (adults), HKD 10 (senior citizens, students, persons with disabilities), Free entry on Wednesdays The garden administration hands out free tickets on a first-come, first-serve basis every morning from 8:00 AM
The Nan Lian Garden is a public garden built in the clasic Chinese style amidst the high-rise apartments of Diamond Hill in Hong Kong. This sprawling garden spanning over 35,000 square metres is a visual feast with lush ornamental trees, wooden structures, gigantic rocks, hillocks and water features, each of which have been placed according to specific rules and methods. Housing some permanent exhibits Chinese rocks, potted plants, and timber architecture, the Nan Lian Garden is like a sweet getaway amidst the modern setting owing to its location.
It was opened on 15th November 2006 as a result of a joint effort by the Chi Lin Nunnery and the Hong Kong Government. Nan Lian Garden was planned and executed with traditional gardening techniques that follow the one-way route of the Tang Dynasty. Right in the middle, the ancient-looking pavilion is a centre of attraction with Lion Rock mountain range in the backdrop. The noise barrier shield along the boundary wall and towering trees cut the noise nuisance and make the place much more tranquil. If one gets tired roaming, grab a snack from the Snack Shop, sip tea at the Teahouse or have a hearty meal at the Chi Lin Vegetarian Restaurant. Opposite the Nan Lian Garden is the famous Chi Lin Nunnery, built in the same architectural style to compliment the beautiful temple complex. Both of these attractions can be visited free of cost.
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