The Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail, Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is also known as the Oriental Pearl, it will always remain to be one of the most travelled places in the entire Asian continent and it is inundated with its charming natural beauty and magnificent man-made marvels. If you really want to do justice to your trip to Hong Kong, then it is strongly recommended that you should intend to stay for at least a week. This is because of the reason that the city is so packed in and the public transportation is so efficient, you can catch hold of some of the unique sites of the city riding in a public transport.

Immerse yourself in the amazing traditional Chinese architecture of Hong Kong’s most popular temple and wander through the remnants of an infamous walled city and Chinese garden.

 Nan Lian Garden

This 35,000-square-metre garden built in Tang dynasty (618– 907) style is made beautiful by its characteristic timber structures, water ponds, unusually shaped rocks and valuable old trees. The whole park has been artfully arranged to imitate nature and by following its one-way circular route, visitors will find new splendours unfold with every step. You can time this trip with lunch too if you like, as there is also a vegetarian restaurant here with delicious fare provided by the adjacent Chi Lin Nunnery. Visitors can also appreciate China’s tea drinking culture and etiquette at the Pine Teahouse (Song Cha Xie) inside this green oasis.


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