Although the garden was only opened in 2006 is was inspired by the traditional gardening style during the Tang Dynasty (around the 9th century). This style of gardening allows the designer to express feelings and thoughts and to tell stories.
The garden project was a joint undertaking by the Hong Kong Government and the Chi Lin Nunnery (located on the other side of the street).
Within the garden, there is a one-way circular path that shall bring you to the finest places in the park, along with waters and waterfalls, bridges, plants, rocks, pavilions, and other structures.
There is quite something to explore in this garden.
The garden covers an area of 3.5 hectares.
The garden is really beautiful but often underrated.
It is a very special place as it created a tranquil and relaxed feeling while surrounded by skyscrapers.
The garden is located a bit further away from other major attractions but can be combined with a visit to the Chi Lin Nunnery just across the street or make a little detour on your way back from the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery.
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