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We went to see Susie at shop 1051 after reading other reviews here, and she was just as good as the reviews said. She spent a great deal of time with us, letting us taste many different kinds of tea, teaching us about the different...More
This indoor group of many shops is in a middle class area outside the usual tourist zone but easily accessible from Metro line 3/4. It is more geared to locals than to Western tourists, which means high quality tea and fairly priced tea pots and...More
Don't bother going anywhere else to buy tea in Shanghai - I couldn't recommend Susie at shop 1051 enough! She has excellent english and her prices are some of the most reasonable in Shanghai. I can't speak on behalf of the prices of the other...More
If you looking for know better about the Chinese tea and all the history behind, the Tianshan Tea City is the right place, specially the store 2133, where Sara Xue will assist you with kindness. And she speaks very good english. Very recommended!!
There are very many shops, dont waste time to compare prices, all nearly same. I would recommend you to find a tea boutique #1065. My friend brought me there few years ago. Since that time I buy tea for friends and family only there)) The...More
I buy all my tea and tea related accessories here. Don't buy tea pots or cups or sets ANYWHERE else. There is a wholesale place in here which will also sell singles for very very low preset prices. Nice teapots for 20rmb. Tea sets for...More
Fantastic place to buy tea, this place has countless tea/tea-related shops. Owners are usually friendly and happy to chat with you (if they know some English). Not crowded at all which makes it pleasant to walk around. I bought a tea set here - 1...More
I cannot recommend this place enough. Our China tour took us to dragon well tea plantation, which sold only the dragon well tea and at an exorbitant price! We held off purchasing because we had planned to sneak off to this tea centre. It was...More
Been here three times with friends, and each time we had an educational and enjoyable time. There are several floors, as well as outbuildings with little shops that sell all sort of teas.
Some of the shops will seat you down and let you try...More
I lived in Hangzhou for two years before moving to Shanghai and my favorite place for tea is still this one particular street in Hangzhou lined with tea shops on both sides. When moving to Shanghai I didn't know where to go to buy tea...More
Hi, Susie's Whatsapp doesn't work, however you can contact her with on her email : yipinxuanteashop outlook com (Tripadvisor does not allow me to post an email address ... add the AT and DOT) Make sure you order some of her... More
Hi, Susie's Whatsapp doesn't work, however you can contact her with on her email : yipinxuanteashop outlook com (Tripadvisor does not allow me to post an email address ... add the AT and DOT) Make sure you order some of her Jasmin tea it is the best you will ever try ;)