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We were at Lipton's seat so stopped of on the way back to our lodging. Interesting to see the tea making process. No pressure at the end to buy stuff if you don't want to. Actual highlight was having a fresh roti and cup of...More
Without exaggerating it was the worst guided tour I have ever taken part in. It took like 5 minutes and no tasting or anything. Guide was not to eager to explain the tea factory and the processing. A total rip-off. Dont waste your money,time and...More
I visited last month with my family and they asked us to stay the lobby area untill the ongoing tour to finish. Then we waited so long time and they started tours only to the families that they personally know by ignoring the queue. Very...More
We toured the factory on a Sunday and there was not much to see. Many sections were shut and the guide was difficult to understand. After a rush look through they brought out four lots of tea you could buy. It would have been nice...More
After Lipton’s Seat we had a look around - a nice break from the walk. It’s fairly cheap and the tour is around a working factory. The whole place smells of tea and it feels like you have stepped into the past. We had some...More
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The walk down from Liptons Seat to the tea factory in the early morning is spectacular. The Kids running past you on the way to school, and locals heading off to work in the tea fields. Sadly, no cup of tea at the tea... More
The walk down from Liptons Seat to the tea factory in the early morning is spectacular. The Kids running past you on the way to school, and locals heading off to work in the tea fields. Sadly, no cup of tea at the tea factory though!