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China Tea Museum is not only a center of beverage culture and history, but also a 7,600 square-meter park of tea plantations and babbling streams.
The museum is free and a must-see attraction for many travel groups. It has a southern China style, evident in its numerous ponds and traditional pavilions and other buildings.
At this time of year, visitors can appreciate the cherry blossom, camellia and magnolia in full bloom, and watch their petals fall onto the surface of the water.
The museum features five exhibition halls which introduce Chinese tea history and culture, including tea tasting and the tea ceremony.
There are six rooms where visitors can try different teas, and the tea ceremony is also available, though must be booked in advance.