Considered to be one of the most peaceful places in Hong Kong (even though it is located in the middle of the city but heck, no one is perfect) this Buddhist convent is renowned for its peaceful and beautiful grounds. The gardens and buildings are a major attractions for visitors and its' halls, pagodas and bell and drum towers are well worth the trip. Founded in the early 1930s, the convent boasts the largest collection of true hand-made wooden buildings - constructed entirely in the manner of ancient Chinese pegged architecture, without the use of any iron nails. Visit and stroll the grounds and enjoy the peace and beauty of this convent that still strives to maintain the enduring Buddhist tradition.
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