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Thousand Island Lake & Pinglin Tea Plantation: Guided Tour from Taipei

  • Duration: 4h 30mins
  • Live guide in English
  • Starting time: 07:30
  • Admission to the Pinglin Tea Museum
  • Roundtrip transportation from Taipei
  • English-speaking guide
  • Local travel insurance
  • Tea tasting
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About: Pinglin Tea Museum

The Pinglin Tea Museum is one of the world's largest tea museums, located in the hills of the Pinglin District in New Taipei, Taiwan.

Pinglin Tea Museum
23241新北市坪林區水德里水聳淒坑19-1號, (19-1 Shueisongcikeng), Taipei
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