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A good place to visit if you are making a trip to Wenshan. Do note that you may not be charged for tea but those serving tea are actually local farmers whose farms are inaccessible and are allocated a schedule by the government at the...More
The Tea Promotion Center is ~ 20 min walk from the Gondola stn. It is a nice spot to take a rest, go use the clean restrooms & sample a cup of tea. The small museum (free) has a few harvesting equipment & displays showing...More
The visitor centre, is really only one room showing you how tea was made in the past and how it is made now. The best part is the free tea tasting from one of the local tea growers. We sat with them for 30 mins...More
Great to see how tea is made and you're also able to try some of it. It's a bit far away compared to the other places but I'd say it's worth it- there's also a "healthy trail" which is very nice just out on the...More
We walked along here from the cable car station and there are great views along the way. The centre offers a free cup of tea but not much else. There are toilets and entry is free. Stop in if you are passing.
The Tea Promotion Center is about a 20 minute walk from the Gondola station. I read 15 but no way was it 15!
In it, there is a small, teeny tiny museum of tea machinery, a pond of fish that you can feed for $10NT,...More
It's free entry and comes with a small area which briefly introduces various types of tea. It also serves free TieGuanYin which you can drink and chill while looking at greenery. (If you are ok budget) you don't have to visit the cafes since there...More
Its a 15 min walk to to the center from the Maokong Station and there really is not much to see besides the small tea exhibit (which the plaques are all in Chinese so if you do not know Chinese you will not be able...More
Basically looked like a clean ghost town. Very few people around and the most interesting exhibit (the outdoor tea gardens were closed). Best thing about this place was the free cup of tea. If you're in the area anyway and need a restroom and a...More