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Puerh Tea House

No.71-73 Cuihu South Road, Kunming, China
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31 Mar 2013
“My first tea ceremony”
10 Jun 2012
“Most Enjoyable”
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No.71-73 Cuihu South Road, Kunming, China
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Reviewed 31 March 2013

We were treated to an extensive tea ceremony and got to experience a variety of teas and learn about them. I bought some pu'er tea - probably paid more than I should have, but the experience was worth it.

Thank Mary Frances S
Reviewed 11 June 2012

We enjoyed this experience the resturant was booked out so we were taken through to aback room, (it had two other tables already full) the staff although rushed were cheerful allowed us to take photographs and then wanted us to stand with them great fun.

Thank Killcare
Reviewed 16 November 2011

When we are travelling in Yunnan, you should try the most famous tea in China ---Puer Tea, Yunnan is the hometown of tea trees in the world. Here there is the oldest tea tree, which is over 2000 yearsold www.synotour.com

2  Thank yunnan t
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  • Address: No.71-73 Cuihu South Road, Kunming, China
  • Location: Asia  >  China  >  Yunnan  >  Kunming
There is a fabulous tea shop very close to the Grand Park Kunming Hotel (20 Hong Hua Qiao, Kunming) which is about a 10 minute walk from Green Lake. As you exit the hotel, it is across the street and to the left. It is about a 10 minute walk from Green Lake. The experience was one of the highlights of our trip to China. Make sure to go to the back and sit at the table for a while to sample as many teas as you would like. The young woman who works in the shop is especially nice. The atmosphere is simply sitting at a low wooden table in the midst of hundreds of teas.
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