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From start to finish there is just a lovely relax feel to the place, from the little village to the stunningly carved temple walls to the golden Buddha's inside the 1st one or gold pillars it is just beautiful
In every trip to Hong Kong, having passed by the monastery on visits to Tai Po and seeing the large statue of the Guanyin Buddha in the distance, it was perhaps inevitable that I would one day visit Tsz Shan Monastery. I wasn't overly fussed....More
Rare gem in a restless city. Everything is so calm and zen here. Guided tour (Cantonese only) and heart sutra calligraphy sessions are highly recommended. Remember to pre-book your visit online as it's open for appointments only.
My husband and I visited early October 2018. I made my reservation online a month or so prior, as soon as my desired visit date opened up. The website is not very stable, and stubbornly reverts to Chinese, especially on a mobile device. We took...More
My friend and I arrived at the monastery around 10a.m. on Sep 28. We applied online for the visit 30 days in advance and registered for car parking too. There is a quota for the number of visitors for each session so that monastery will...More
Built by Li Kar-shing, Asia's richest man, Tsz Shan Monastery is perhaps one of the grandest and most elegant Buddhist temples in the world. The main hall is a Tang Dynasty-style wooden structure. The encompassing Guanyin statue is eye-catching. The view of Tolo Harbour from...More
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Hi, Merlin. I am sorry to inform you that the Monastery does not allow visitors without advance booking currently. You may enter the website of "Tsz Shan Monastery" and select either individual booking (up to 6 persons) and... More
Hi, Merlin. I am sorry to inform you that the Monastery does not allow visitors without advance booking currently. You may enter the website of "Tsz Shan Monastery" and select either individual booking (up to 6 persons) and group booking (20 to 60 persons). You also have to provide your ID numbers, cell phone numbers and e-mail address for the booking. The Monastery will send confirmation and details of the visit to your cell phone and by e-mail.