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Must visit if you have half a day available. The nunnery and the garden nearby are a must visit. The nunnery and garden has many many bonsai trees which in itself is absolutely spectacular to see.
Spend some time in the gardens - its soothing...More
Cin Lin Nunnery is a unique presence in cosmopolitan Hong Kong. Surrounded by skyscrapers and highways, it offers a serene paradise without outside disturbance. The Tang-style religious institution is a perfect place to relax and meditate. Fortunately it is still not too crowded at the...More
The peaceful nunnery is worth a look - beautiful water lily ponds too. Over the bridge is a lovely garden, an oasis of calm in the midst of high rise and traffic. Pretty pagoda and bonsai trees. Def worth a visit and easily accessed from...More
A stunning collection of buildings, water features and large bonsai trees.
Across two main levels, the complex consists of two atria with temple halls of different sizes off them. The complex is built beautifully from wood, with no nails or dowels used.
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The Chi Lin Nunnery was a beautiful, tranquil site to visit. While the wooden architecture was impressive and enjoyable to take in, the adjacent Nan Lian Garden was my favorite. So much to take in between the meticulous landscaping, calming ponds, bonsai trees, central pavilion,...More
Unfortunately visited outside of opening hours but the gardens and display that could still be visited were amazing. The whole nunnery is perfectly symmetrical with many bonsai plants and ponds to admire. There was a display of Yantan Coloured Stone from various Chinese Dynasties that...More