Nan Lian GardenCurrently Closed
- Address: 60 Fung Tak Rd, Ha Yuen Leng, Diamond Hill, Kowloon, Hong Kong
- Timings: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +852-36589366
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Body, Garden, Family And Kids, Hill
Nan Lian Garden - Review
Located in the Diamond Hill of Kowloon, this beautiful Chinese classical garden is the perfect destination to escape from the chaotic streets of the city. Its architectural style follows the designs of the Tang dynasty. Inside the garden, you get to see different features like a water body, small hills, rocks, plants and timber planted in specific methods. Though there are high rise buildings in the surrounding region, the distant scenic beauty of the Lion Rock mountain range on the northern side of this garden offers a serene backdrop to the eye. Added to this, the noise barrier shield along the boundary wall and the trees within the whole garden, offers quite a relief too.
All in all, this garden is perfect to spend a quiet afternoon. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Hong Kong itinerary 2 days.
Nan Lian Garden Information
- Coach Parking with prior booking is free of charge for the first hour.
- Photography using tripod is not allowed.
- Eating and drinking is not allowed in the park, except in the designated area.
- Avoid walking on the grass.
Nan Lian Garden Ticket Prices
- Free Entry
Nan Lian Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- Car parking: 7am – 9pm
- Souvenir shop: 10am – 6:30pm (everyday)
- Snack Shop: 9:30am- 5:30pm (daily)
How To reach Nan Lian Garden by Public Transport
- By Bus: 3B, 10, 11C, 74X, 91, 92 and get off at the entrance on Fung Tak Road.
- Bus Routes: 11,74X,75X,82X,82P,84M,85C,85M,91,91M,92,286M to Diamond Hill Public Transport Interchange (under Diamond Hill MTR Station)
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Things to Know Before Visiting Nan Lian Garden
87.58% of people who visit Hong Kong include Nan Lian Garden in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
29.06% of people start their Nan Lian Garden visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Nan Lian Garden
93.64% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nan Lian Garden
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Nan Lian Garden, Hong Kong Reviews
Really nice garden, and really well kept. We went early in the morning, and you see lots of workers trimming and watering the trees and plants. Really a great place to relax. However by the time we were leaving, there was a lot more people, especially tourists. So if you want some time to relax, I think the earlier you go the better. Also, it gets quite hot, so mornings are actually quite enjoyable.
Some fellow city bus passengers were headed here, but I had not heard of it. So I walked the block from the bus stop to the garden. Wow. What a beautiful and serene place in the middle of a city. On top of that, there was no entry fee. Everyone that I saw there seemed to be happy.
Amazing green space in the middle of busy Hong Kong where you can take solitude and gather your thoughts in a tranquil setting. The examples of Bonsai trees are some of the best i have seen. The symmetry in the gardens just adds to the beauty. Watch the Koi fish in the large pond (see if you can spot the turtles as well). The lotus pond is also a highlight.
What I like about this place is the location close to Diamond Hill Mtr Station which is connected to Hollywood Plaza which is a great shopping mall. Just walk across the road under the highway and you arrive at the beautiful oasis. Entry is free and you have the option of walking straight into the Garden area or going direct to the Monastery. There is a lift access from the street level for wheelchair access. The landscaped garden is really peaceful with the sound of water running everywhere and the architect designed it to be quiet from the hustle and bustle from outside the complex. The Structures of buildings are designed carefully to resemble architecture from thousands of years ago. The Trees planted are a variation of Bonsai, Pine trees and other interesting varieties. How they delivered the Marble Rocks and Boulders is a complete mystery to me? This Monastery was very different to the Po Lin Monastery where there were Donation boxes everywhere, I did not find a single one. All in all a great visit and you need a good 4 hours to take it all in with lunch. Enjoy.
Very intricate design, wonderful bonsai if you like that type. Lots of areas are closed though so some of it you can only enjoy in photos. The bridge and pagoda are closed. You also can’t go into the tea house without buying anything. Overall, worth the visit if you’re in HK.
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