For #tea enthusiasts, the China National Tea Museum is a must. Located in #hangzhou, #zhejiang, this museum covers everything you’d ever want to know about Chinese tea history, from brewing techniques, to leave variations and more. Visitors will also have the opportunity to sample various types of teas from all over China. The #museum is also located just a short drive away from the iconic #longjing Tea Village. Best of all, museum entrance is totally free!
China Tea Museum is a tea culture special museum located in Shuangfeng Village, Longjing Road, southwest of West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang. I believe that many people still have not seen the tea garden from the air, the tea gardens in the mountains and the mountains, the house is located in it, each family has its own tea garden, relying on this for a living all year round.
Tea Museum is a museum that displays the theme of tea culture. The building is located in the Shuangfeng area of Hangzhou West Lake Longjing Tea, which has designed tea history, tea extract, tea, tea edge, tea set and tea customs. The six relatively independent and interconnected exhibition spaces have interpreted the tea culture from different angles and played a very good display. Like the quiet scenic spot, it is right here.
China Tea Museum is a tea culture special museum located in Shuangfeng Village, Longjing Road, southwest of West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang. The China Tea Museum has a building area of 7,600 square meters and an exhibition area of 2,244 square meters. Opened in October 1990, it is a national-level professional museum jointly built by the National Tourism Administration, Zhejiang Province and Hangzhou City. It has made outstanding contributions in the reform and development of the cultural heritage protection cause.
The road to travel is a particularly good choice, with a model to record.
Occasional encounter with Bai Fumei, it is so simple
punch card Hangzhou photo holy place - China Tea Museum / Bai Fumei gathering point
"Recommendation Index": [Full 5]
"Attraction coordinates" Shuangfeng Village, Longjing Road, southwest of West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
"Attraction Features": The China Tea Museum is a national-level museum with the theme of tea and tea culture. It is also a gathering place for Baifumei. Every March and April, there will be beautiful young ladies coming here to take pictures. It is a suitable eco-park for leisure visits, strolling among them, enjoying the natural pastoral scenery, tasting Longjing tea, and understanding the culture of Longjing flower, especially the observation deck on the top of the hill. A nice place to enjoy the scenery, those young ladies are not allowed to dance. A nice place to relax and explore the quiet. I can't see the tea garden on the side, quiet like a paradise, there is also a thatched house super suitable for Japanese photo.
"Attraction Shooting Skills": Suitable for large aperture lens shots
"Attraction Shooting Props": Personally think that tea is suitable for Japanese skirts and the like. You can refer to the clothing mix in the movie "Sea Street Diary". It is recommended to bring a little greenish props, such as leaves.
"Traffic": Gaode map directly searches for "tea museum". Because it is a scenic spot, it will be limited if you drive by yourself. You must pay attention to it (how much painful comprehension). There is no subway around, you can choose to take a taxi. The bus is to the "Shuangfeng Station".
"Precautions": There are countless poisonous mosquitoes in places with woods. Please pack them tightly.