Nan Lian GardenCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- 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
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.
- 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.
- Entry is free.
- Car Parking: 7:00am to 9:00pm
- Souvenir shop: 10:00am to 6:30pm (everyday)
- Snack Shop: 9:30am to 5:30pm (daily)
- 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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33.02% of people who visit Hong Kong include Nan Lian Garden in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
22.94% of people start their Nan Lian Garden visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Nan Lian Garden
94.48% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Nan Lian Garden
This place is great! Saw many European tourists around and very calming. You could watch fish swim around, look at the different rocks in the rock museum, or just have some magnificent food! The place is almost completely FREE if you don't buy anything or go eat anything! Flowers, which many are blooming with life, are growing on the gorgeous treetops of the rare Chinese traditional trees and the smell of the fresh chilly water would make you feel just like in the wilderness. Look at the photos below:
A relaxing garden to spend an hour or more in depending on how slow you want to roll. There was a very cool architecture building that showed the design of the Chi Lin Nunnery as well as some cool buildings in China. There were plenty of touristy things to do including a traditional tea house, a vegetarian restaurant, and a small tea cafe with small eats. The waterfall was probably my favorite part as you could see a small rainbow when the sun was shining on it.
A picture perfect landscape and such a contrast to the chaotic apartment buildings stacked around his garden of serenity. Incredible to see the gardeners in industrial lifting equipment so that the can continue to craft the highest parts of the trees into pieces of art. Beautiful place to be and make sure you cross the bridge to the nunnery
Very beautiful gardens and temple. it's free but please be respectful of those who are praying at the temple. it.is easy to get to via MTR. - Diamond Hill stop. It's a very beautiful garden and not crowded. Really a beautiful hidden gem. I really enjoyed the nice leisurely walk. There is a tea shop and a small restaurant inside the park. There is a temple across the street that is a must see too.
These gardens are beautiful, peaceful and well maintained. When we visited, there was a bonsai exhibition as well as a lotus garden. The garden also has a pond and a waterfall. We visited on a wednesday which was nice since the garden was pretty quiet. Admission was free when we visited. It’s a bit of a trek to get there, but definitely worth it in my opinion.