The name Garden of Morning Calm in South Korea originated from when Rabindranāth Tagore, an Indian poet, called Korea 'the Land of Morning Calm. The design of the garden focused on curves, spaces and asymmetric balance, and Korea's unique beauty to express classic elegance and fabulousness.
Surrounded by high-rise buildings in Diamond Hills, the Nan Lian Garden truly speaks of “the breathing space”. What sets Nan Lian Garden apart from other parks is its perfect arrangement of greeneries, ponds, and benches that allow for greater appreciation of the space. It presents a magnificent fusion of Tang-dynasty and modern architecture that is most appreciated through its one-way circular route that lets you enjoy a full experience of the place in one go. The Nan Lian Garden is a place that is brilliant for travelers who want a mesmerizing and laidback experience of Hong Kong.