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Chi Lin Nunnery

3,341 Reviews

Chi Lin Nunnery

3,341 Reviews
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Chi Lin Rd, Diamond Hill, Hong Kong China
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Choi HungMass Transit Railway (MTR)9 min
Diamond HillMass Transit Railway (MTR)5 min
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Located on the southern coast of China, Hong Kong is filled with skyscrapers and green spaces. It offers visitors everything imaginable: amazing food experiences like full afternoon teas and five-star dim sum, shopping in modern malls and bustling markets, rooftop bars, Cantonese opera, and even cat cafes!<br><br>The parks are peaceful sanctuaries from the modern city. Do tai chi in Victoria Gardens, listen to bird song in Yuen Po Bird Gardens, and look for statues of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac in Kowloon Walled City Park. Finally, a trip up the tram to Victoria’s Peak, 1,300 feet up, offers views not to be missed.<br><br>Visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, where a trek of 431 steps will reward you with more like 12,000 Buddhas and mischievous monkeys as well!<br><br>Whether you’re a shopaholic, foodie, hiker, meditator, or all of the above, Hong Kong is for you. Book one of our Hong Kong photographers and picture yourself in this small but mighty region!
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nikita dino wrote a review Sep 2020
Hong Kong, China87 contributions5 helpful votes
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What a sanctuary in the middle of Kowloon, very clean and quite a fascinating architecture. Worth a visit if you got 2-3 spare.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lilu wrote a review Jul 2020
Kowloon, China17 contributions2 helpful votes
Is a must visit when coming to Hong Kong. So spectacular so peaceful and so much history behind this. My dad helped built and designed this including the history of all kinds of wood used and it’s transportation. Staff were very helpful. So glad we took our kids and their friends there Such an iconic place to me.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Suzanne S wrote a review Jun 2020
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This is an interesting, restful and beautiful place to rest and walk, and the vegetarian restaurant is so good that even I (a meat lover) can't resist stopping for a meal, partly due to the waterfall vista from within
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Date of experience: June 2020
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MsMkonnichiwa wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia81 contributions9 helpful votes
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It’s peaceful, big, impressive, and calming. Lovely. Beautifully done with the Bonsai, pond, rocks matched with quotes. My only suggestion is to have ages listed for the bonsai, and to list where the rocks came from.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Sojourn24229 wrote a review Apr 2020
Hong Kong, China18 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a Hong Kong Treasure. Although the architecture is totally fake/made of cement, it's done with pure heart and it *is* a beautiful garden. I have trouble believing any nuns actually live there (that is probably who they took over the park from?) but the vegetarian food is *EXCELLENT* and so cheap for large groups. The only problem is the extremely bright overhead lighting, but they are probably following gov't regulations b/c make no mistake about it: this is a gov't run restaurant.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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