It's worth visiting. It's said to be the largest tea garden in the world. The scenery is grand and much more spectacular than Longjing Village in Hangzhou. First of all, we have to climb the Guanhai Tower. We can get a good view of the tea fields around us. The pictures are also atmospheric. There are tea rooms on them and we can enjoy new tea. Then go downstairs and walk down the scenic road into the tea sea, blend into the green scenery, leave a picture of a tea picking position!
It's a shocking sea of tea. It's more beautiful than imagination. It's worth visiting. I went on the last day of the Chinese New Year holiday. There were very few people and they were very clean. If the weather was good, it would be better to take pictures. There are small trains and Sea-view buildings, simple but classical, absolutely suitable for photography!
In 2018, we went to Chahai on Qingming Festival. The temperature was low. We arrived at Chahai at 8:40. The ticket cost was 30 yuan, and the parking fee was 10 yuan. Entering the door is a tea shop, tasted a cup of Zunyi red, warm the stomach, the whole body is warm. Turn the shop into a sea of tea, green waves, tea waves. High oxygen content in the air, refreshing, occasionally bird song gentle, very good to alleviate mental fatigue, good cure, it is worth going. It's a pity that I didn't see tea making and picking. I bought a catty and a half of tea in a shop at the entrance of the Tea Sea and made an appointment to come back next March when tea was made.
It's beautiful. The scenery is good. Suitable for vacation. Leisure time.
Beautiful scenery, is a rare large tea garden, especially in spring to the scenery is more beautiful.
Beautiful environment, fragrant tea, worth playing.
It's not far from the county town. It lives in a hotel outside the scenic spot. The rooms are very large. There is no ticket in the scenic spot, the air is good, and the distance overlooks ten thousand mu of tea sea, relaxing and happy. There are many tea merchants at the gate. They bought pre-Mingqian tea, which has a high cost-effective ratio and feels like they bought less.