Tsz Shan Monastery welcomes all visitors and registration are on a "first come, first serverd" basis.
A few pre-visit tips and some friendly advice are given below to make your visit to Tsz Shan Monastery as enjoyable as possible for you and for other visitors too.
A visit to Tsz Shan Monastery is a spiritual experience, so please keep your voices low during your visit to the Monastery so that you do not disturb others unduly.
Remembering that you are visiting a monastery, please dress appropriately when visiting Tsz Shan Monastery. Sleeved tops, trousers (but not shorts), mid-calf dresses or pants are appropriate.
You need to remain hydrated when walking around the Monastery, so bring your own water bottles. There are water dispensers at Tsz Shan Monastery where you may refill them.
Please be aware that Tsz Shan Monastery is a smoke-free zone. This is not only good for the environment, but for health too.
Cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, meat and seafood are not allowed in Tsz Shan Monastery. But you are welcome to bring in your own vegetarian food and fruit to eat in the Monastery's designated areas.
Please be advised that photography or taking videos is not permitted inside the Monastery's halls, but you are most welcome to do this outside the halls.
Please do not touch any statues, religious items or plants in the Monastery or its grounds.
Our Water Offering is an eco-friendly alternative to burning incense sticks etc and making offerings of fruit. For details of other religious practices, please consult our Visitor Centre.
You are advised to take note of the prevailing weather conditions. Keep cool in the heat, and warm in the cold. We suggest that you bring umbrellas, sunglasses and hats when you visit Tsz Shan Monastery.
Please note that there are no storage facilities at Tsz Shan Monastery. You are advised to take care of your own personal belongings when visiting the Monastery.
Guide dogs accompanying visually impaired persons are, of course, allowed in the Monastery. But please note that pets are not.
Wheelchairs are available at the Monastery for those visitors who need them, at no cost, of course.