Lovely area set in mountains with tea bushes growing over the lower slopes. Chinese green tea only grown here.
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Ushered into a 2nd floor room amongst the many room which was holding tea drinking sales demonstration. The lady makes it sound like a health lesson while along the way kept up a sales pitch on 3 bags or kind of tea which help various...More
The tea from this prosperous village is famous throughout China. Each house in the village will offer you tea and lunch. I'd suggest staying away from the "hard sell" folks and go to the center of the village - go and dine at a place...More
I'm not sure if we came at a time when they were doing maintenance, but the grounds/landscaping/ponds were pretty bad and there did not seem an explanation for it. It looked nothing like the pretty tranquil pics uploaded by other travellers. The tea was exceptional...More
Outside of Hangzhou we went to visit the Dragon Well Tea Plantation. We were told it is the best ....don't know if it is or not but we enjoyed it. It is supposed to be the "Empress of Green Tea. I was surprised to learn...More
Refreshing place to visit particularly on a hot day, as up in the mountains. The tea gardens are good to view and the tea even better.
Lovely village which by other village standards would be considered rich. Beautiful hills with tea bushes rich and thriving. Having grown up on a tea plantation in India it was very interesting to see it all again. The green tea is exceptional so do take...More
In the rain, there was not much of a chance to walk around but the drive to the tea village was beautiful, seeing the rows upon rows of tea plants. It was a bit disappointing because it was an infomercial style sales pitch to buy...More
The Tea village is a peaceful place. You can enjoy the landscapes and the beautiful views and also cups of tea. There are a lot of tea houses where you can relax. By visiting the tea village you can discover the process of making the...More