Meijiawu Tea Village

Entrance Fee Free
Opening Hours All day

Tips: It may charge some money for picking up tea leaves and making tea, and a cup of tea costs CNY 10 – 80.

Meijiawu Tea Village stands as a renowned Longjing Tea production base within Hangzhou City. Over its rich history spanning more than 600 years, it has hosted numerous world-renowned celebrities and state leaders from various countries such as the former Soviet Union, the United States, Vietnam, Romania, and Cambodia.

With 500 households calling it home, Meijiawu boasts the distinction of being the largest Longjing Tea production base in Hangzhou, with its tea plantations sprawling over an impressive 800,000 square meters. Serving as a blend of rustic charm and tea culture, the village has become a popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors annually from both near and far.

Nestled amidst verdant mountains, Meijiawu offers picturesque scenery, providing a serene backdrop for visitors to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of tea culture. The village is dotted with approximately 160 tea houses, where visitors can delve into the history and intricacies of tea production, witness the tea-making process firsthand, and partake in traditional tea ceremonies.

During the spring season, visitors have the unique opportunity to engage in tea leaf picking, gaining insights into tea culture and experiencing the rustic lifestyle of local tea farmers. Meijiawu Tea Village thus stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of tea cultivation and the profound cultural significance it holds within the region.

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