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Longjing tea fields

Longjing tea village, Hangzhou, China
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Private Full-Day Tea Culture Tour in Hangzhou from Shanghai
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Longjing tea village, Hangzhou, China
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Stayed with a school group on the little road that winds along the creek and up the mountain. Plenty of inns, etc. I would recommend one night and two days of walking and exploring.

Thank yesduhh
Reviewed 3 days ago

This was a place of colour and life well worth the drive into the country to see the rich tea farming at its best

Thank Benn1973
Reviewed 1 week ago

and like a nice walk, you can visit this village. It is rather small with a lot of places where you can drink and buy tea. Personally I found the Tea museum (free entrance) more interesting.

Thank besf
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was a nice drive into the hills, but there was not much to see. Stopped at a Tea Plantation for a demonstration and talk on the benefits of Green Tea which turned into a sales pitch. Overall a bit disappointed and would not recommend...More

Thank Longdrive
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Nice nature, good place to taste the culture also. I don't recommend a visit on hot days in summer. Walking uphill under sun can be hard. The transportation is not easy with bus, taxi can be better.

Thank Bugra_AO
Reviewed 31 July 2017

When visiting Hangzhou definitely check out the tea fields. There is so much history and tradition tied up in tea farming and trade, and this is a great place to learn more and of course try some very good Dragon Well tea. The restaurant nearby...More

Thank Carrie R
Reviewed 14 July 2017

No trip to China would be complete without a visit to a tea plantation. The origins of tea are lost in the mists of time, but is generally believed to have begun in the south west of China in Yunnan province where the oldest tea...More

Thank Neil L
Reviewed 11 July 2017

June is a bit late in the year as the second plucking completed in April. Still worth the trip. Next time, in March or April.

Thank Michael R
Reviewed 10 July 2017

The good thing about the tea field is that it is so close to West Lake, and just short ride from the city center, no difficult at all to get there! And to travel there in April - it is tea lovers' dream.... to enjoy...More

Thank Kaisern C
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Went here on a stop by during our trip. In one of the tea plantation we received a quick tea tasting by a very smooth women. We bought in the end quite a few products. If you come here and hope for a bargain you...More

Thank GroovyGoofie
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Maliy m
11 May 2017|
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Response from Flymehigh | Reviewed this property |
There are only 2 buses that go to the Longjing tea plantation: 27 and 87. Generally these 2 buses can be found north and northwest of the Westlake, and coincides with a part of Route Y2 that comes from the train station... More
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rui25frosty
8 March 2017|
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Response from Flymehigh | Reviewed this property |
There are only 2 buses that go to the Longjing tea plantation: 27 and 87. Generally these 2 buses can be found north and northwest of the Westlake, and coincides with a part of Route Y2 that comes from the train station... More
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Casey B
9 July 2016|
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Response from YTCHENG | Reviewed this property |
There are many tea fields around West Lake of Hangzhou. Longjing Wencha Village (10 minutes taxi time from West Lake city centre) and Meija Dock Tea Village (40 minutes taxi time from West Lake city centre) are the most... More
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