This teahouse contains a labyrinth of themed rooms. Once within the modest entrance visitors find themselves in one of a ... More
Yan Zhao Tea Garden
This teahouse contains a labyrinth of themed rooms. Once within the modest entrance visitors find themselves in one of a dozen halls and private rooms spanning 2000 square meters (22,000 square feet). The owners have given each room a special display, from traditional instruments to wooden platters and other tea implements, all within the traditional Ming and Qing style. Special details like the perfect match of pot and tea leaves is to be had on antique hardwood tables. For a unique visit into the culture tea played such an important role in, Yan Zhao Tea Garden is an excellent choice. Snacks include nuts, rice cakes, candies and fried calamari.
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