Explore the charm of tea gardens in Guangyuan
On Mar 2, the agriculture and rural affairs authority of Guangyuan, Sichuan province, recommended four representative tea gardens to visit at a press conference on the city's tea industry.
Qingchuan Qifo Tribute Tea Expo Garden
Qingchuan Qifo Tribute Tea Expo Garden [Photo/share.gyxww.cn]
In the eco-agriculture garden, people are expected to view fantastic sunrises and a sea of clouds while savoring fragrant tea and authentic Qingchuan farm dishes. They can also experience tea leaf picking and camping on the top of the mountain.
Diping Tea Garden in Haoxi Hui township, Qingchuan county
Diping Tea Garden in Haoxi Hui township, Qingchuan county [Photo/share.gyxww.cn]
Diping Tea Garden is the perfect destination to experience the tea culture of the Tang Dynasty (618-906). In addition, tourists may also enjoy copper hot pot, open-air barbecues, and paragliding.
Tea tourism 4A-level scenic spot in Mumen town, Wangcang county:
Tea tourism 4A-level scenic spot in Mumen town, Wangcang county [Photo/share.gyxww.cn]
It's a must to make tea in Mumen town. Tourists can reward themselves with local specialties including eggplant buns, stewed chicken and fried tea leaves.
Micangshan Garden Expo park in Gaoyang town, Wangcang county
Micangshan Garden Expo park in Gaoyang town, Wangcang county [Photo/share.gyxww.cn]
Cherry and rapeseed flowers bloom in the park, transforming local terraced fields into picturesque landscapes. In the park, people are likely to be treated to a Micangshan tea banquet and a feast of tribute tea culture.
The climate of mountains, rivers, and forests in Guangyuan gave birth to high-quality tea.
The city is home to 15,333 hectares of organic planting areas. Wangcang and Qingchuan counties have been identified as national green food raw material standardized production bases.