We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsnan lian gardendiamond hillbonsai treestang dynastyvegetarian restaurantbusy citypeaceful placebeautiful architecturethe hustle and bustlehollywood plazabuddhist templeworth a visitfollow the signssouvenir shopconcrete jungletea housemtr station
I visited Chi Lin Nunnery in 2004 for the first time. Went there again in February this year with friends from France.
I was so impressed. The place is just as beautiful as before. The
tree and plants have grown so much and are awesome....More
Combined with the gardens this makes a nice stop in an otherwise busy city.
Lovely lotus ponds and cute gift shop although the shop in the gardens and a better range of higher end items.
Enter though gardens, well sign posted from diamond hill stop.
This place is situated north of HK and quite away from the main tourist areas. The gardens, waters, bridges and houses at Chi Lun Nunnery are so beautiful, and creates a relaxing and peaceful vibe.There is also a nice restaurant behind a small waterfall. Really...More
Your visit to Hong Kong is incomplete without visiting Chi Lin Nunnery. Simply divine temple in the midst of HK's concrete jungle. Right outside Diamond Hill station. Forget everything else in HK and spend an hour here. So tranquil, so heavenly.
We really liked the information on how temples are built and enjoyed the calm and scenic look round the temple and adjoining gardens. I’m sure staff bills are extortionate as they are posted everywhere and watch you constantly which was unnerving and could be annoying...More
This is one of the most relaxing place in Hong Kong.
Just imagine a beautiful temple/garden/lake in the middle of a frenetic city surrounded by tall buildings.
The MTR is very close and only take a couple of hours to visit this place.
just go to Diamond Hill and actually there a small sign to Nan Lian Garden (via Plaza Hollywood). you can enter the Nan Lian Garden first. from there theres actually a bridge that connect directly to the Chi Lin Nunnery.