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Even though it was the middle of summer when we visited, we loved the place.Just seeing the tea bushes growing in neat straight lines along the hills and the beautiful garden was worth it. Yes, the group we went with had to go through a...More
It was my curiousity to see tea plantation, so I was so excited as it was first time. Heh, big surprise was that it looks absolutely different than I expected. No views like in movies :)
However I assess it as a good experience. I...More
The visit to the tea plantation should be made more interesting than just ten minutes for photo taking. The guide wanted us to go into a room for tea tasting and I told the guide that I wanted to have a nice walk around the...More
What I thought was going to be an amazing experience learning about tea culture and enjoying the village turned into a sales pitch! The lady was extremely pushy and made this BS demonstration about how their tea cleanses all the iodine out of your system(really...More
Like all the previous reviews the Hangzhou Longjingshan Tea Cultural Village is a very scenic beautiful environment and certainly worth a visit as part of your tour.
There is an interesting talk by one of the tea experts which gives you the history and benefits...More
a very beautiful area to visit, with lots of tea plantations in a hilly setting. great information about tea, however the prices were through the roof. claimed their exclusive tea was only available on site, and at 2 other locations outside china, San Francisco being...More
We called in here as part of our tour and while the history of tea and picking and processing information was good, Once you enter the room for tasting- it is hard sell. I think everyone on our tour purchased something. The setting and the...More
We took a Trip A Deal tour to China and it included a visit to this place. I just want to echo the comments already made in 2014 about this place being a high pressure selling tourist trap. It seems most likely that the tour...More
We decided to go to Meijiawu Tea Village near Westlake in Hangzhou by ourselves.
The transport from Longxiangqiao subway station was about 41 yuan.
We were lucky that it was a little overcast and cool as I believe it might get really hot in the...More