A peaceful not crowded nunnery.Very relax and quiet.Crowd is not too very whelming.Near to MTR Station.
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I have reviewed Nan Lian Gardens separately. This nunnery is really the temple complex which adjoins Nan Lian Gardens, and really, if and when you come here, you need to visit the gardens at the same time. This whole place is fabulously serene and beautiful.
Its a place for a quick look around before or after visiting Nan Lian Gardens. Tang Dynasty type architecture. Not allowed to enter most buildings nor take pictures of the interior, as they are places of worship for Buddhists.
This is a little oasis of beauty very close to the Diamond MTR(2 mins) in HK. Very well maintained and clean. Lots of signage in English too which was helpful. Even on a Sunday afternoon visit it wasn't too busy and I would highly recommend...More
The beautiful temple of the nunnery was rebuilt in late 90s in the style of Tang, relearned from Japan as it is lost in China. A solemn and quiet place without the usual worshiping crowd, good for a reflective or relaxing visit. It is just...More
We didn't realise the Chi Lin Nunnery was an add on to Nan Lian Gardens. The nunnery is a place for quietness, contemplation and prayer. There is the Buddha at the end, but you cannot take photos of this. Located close to Diamond Hill MTR...More
This is a large complex containing a temple and also some gardens. The grounds are well kept and the temple itself is quite beautiful. The gardens are very nice, and there is a pagoda near the center that is popular spot for taking pictures. While...More
Very tranquil - like an oasis in an middle of a desert. Gardens were lovely. Very enjoyable walk thru the gardens. Wear comfortable shoes and be aware you will need to be able to walk stairs. My husband and I would definitely visit it again!...More
This nunnery provides a calming atmosphere among the bustling city of Hong Kong. Offering visitor a comfortable environment. This nunnery is free of charge. The Buddhist monastery is surrounded by gardens and fountains and it is beautiful.
We stopped by here on our way to Nan Lian Gardens. Why not see both when you're in the area? Nan Lion Gardens was by far the most photogenic of the two places but it was still nice to be in the peaceful surroundings of...More