Very pleasing to the eye. Miles of slopes covered with tea plants add to the greenness of the the landscape. Also the gardens are very well maintained - giving a picture postcard like look. the Tea Museum was very interesting. A lot of things we did not know about tea processing & preparation despite drinking it for over a quarter of a century was explained by a very enthusiastic person. Suggest you also buy tea from the stall in the Tea Museum - some exciting varieties are available at very reasonable prices. When we visited tea picking was not on - it would probably be great sight to see tea pickers in action. We were told it is done once in 15 days. The tea gardens have also built some schools - looked very good from outside & located in ideal surroundings
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