A visit to this natural park is not to be missed. The park is in two parts, the tea mountain and the bamboo sea. I went through the bamboo sea.. A natural forest covering a mountain,. giant bamboo, taller than many trees lends a sense of tranquility to the walk, that otherwise many would describe as hard work! A seemingly endless set of concrete stairs winds it's way up the mountainside, along a ridge and back down the other. In the heat of summer it may be quite daunting but on a misty October day it was just perfect. Tea bushes require mist, and so the setting is ideal. At the top are two viewing towers, that give you the chance to experience life in the clouds. This place is unspoilt and off the beaten track but well worth a visit.
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