The 3.5 hectares garden in Diamond Hill Hong Kong is known for its classical landscaping featuring trees, formed rocks, and wooden structures. The Nan Lian Garden was built and designed during the Tang Dynasty. It was a joint project of the Hong Kong Government and Chi Lin Nunnery, which was opened to the public by November 2006.
A serene break from a crowded place nearby, this traditional landscaped garden was based on the famous Jiangshouju Garden design in Shanxi Province. The trails lead guests past pines, cypress, and aromatic flowering trees. With a view of the vast northern mountain range, this lovely park has been designed with synthetic hillocks, decorative rocks, waterfalls, and koi ponds, bringing the visitors into a calm oasis for reflection and inner peace. This garden’s focal points are the striking gilded pagoda and a pair of arched red wooden bridges. Homeless Penthouse gives us a walking tour around this magnificent park. Slide in and take this virtual tour of Nan Lian Garden.