The Pavilion of Absolute Perfection at Nan Lian Garden, Hong Kong - The Pavilion of Absolute Perfection is situated in the middle of Lotus Pond and an octagonal golden colored structure - it is connected to the mainland by the Zi Bridge and the Wu Bridge.Nan Lian Garden is connected to Chi Lin Nunnery. Although this Chinese garden is fairly new, it exudes a timeless ambiance, despite the fact that it was designed in 2003 and completed in 2006. Both the garden and the nunnery are build in the Tang Dynasty style. The style of this special garden, was modeled after Jiangshouju Garden in Shanxi, China. It is made up of springs, rockeries, waterfalls, ponds, pavilions bridges and winding paths. The garden and nunnery are considered a public park of Hong Kong and are consequently free to enter, with the exception of the fancy teahouse on the pond that. Everywhere else is unrestricted, except certain paths leading to Pavilion Bridge or Pavilion of Absolute Perfection.
Nan Lian Garden is situation just below the Lotus Pond Garden of Chi Lin Nunnery to which it is connected. The focal point of the Lotus Pond Garden is of course its pond and the lotuses blooming within, as well as reflections of the temple and nunnery in the background. Nan Lian Garden and Chi Lin Nunnery were promoted by the Hong Kong and Chinese Governments to UNESCO, and are presently on the tentative UNESCO World Heritage list.