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Maliandao Tea Street

Beijing | Tea
Free Admission
6 14 Votes
Maliandao is the largest tea market in northern China and home to if not all the tea in China, then a lot of it. There are brews from all over the country here, including pǔ’ěr and oolong, while Maliandao street has hundreds of tea shops, where prices for tea and tea sets are lower than in tourist areas.

Although it’s mostly for wholesalers, the market is a great place to wander for anyone interested in tea, and the vendors will happily invite you in to sample some. They also sell tea sets here, with prices ranging dramatically depending on the design, glaze and porcelain used. Maliandao street is south of Beijing West Train Station. To find the tea market, look for the statue of Lu Yu, the 8th-century sage who wrote the first book on growing, preparing and drinking tea.

09:00 - 19:00

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  • Name: Maliandao Tea Street
  • Address: 11 Maliandao Street - 100055 - Beijing - Chine
  • Phone: (86) 10 6343 8550


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