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How to Explore Tea Culture in Beijing

Hailed as culture Mecca of China, Beijing has a rich and diverse culture. For those tea lovers, the Maliandao Tea Street is well worth a visit if you want to learn more about Chinese tea culture.

Beijing Maliandao Tea City

Overview of Beijing Maliandao
Maliandao Tea Street is a famous street specializing in tea, located in Xuanwu District. Covering a total area of 82 hectares, the main road is 1500 meters long. Traffic developed, belonging to the Beijing railway and highway access region. Over ten years, Maliandao has become the iconic gathering place of tea in Beijing. Not only it is leading the domestic tea industry but also lives up to its reputation as top tea street in Beijing. The first Chinese International Tea Expo once was held in Maliandao, with a wide variety of tea on display to show the world the Maliandao as top tea street in Beijing style. 100 years ago, Yuan Changhou, Yongan, Zhang Yiyuan, Zheng Xing De and a large number of other tea brands were all rooted in Xuanwu, and the Lao She Teahouse has become well-known China traditional teahouse culture brand. Now Maliandao Tea Street houses 10 tea shopping malls, more than 1200 tea merchants which has become one of the biggest tea distributing centers in northern China.

Highlight of the Tea Street
As the tea street, all types of tea can be found in Malinadao. For example, the yellow tea, because it is not familiar to people, it is kind of hard to find it in other places in Beijing, but in Maliandao tea city, with hundreds of tea brands gathered around, just say you want the tea, you will find the right seller. As one executive said, in Maliandao tea city, the fact is that only the customer does not know the tea, but any kind of tea can be found in Maliandao. In the tea street, even those small shops also have hundreds of types of Chinese tea. Due to the advantage of low prices, other places selling tea are hard to match up with Maliandao. The Green Tea in Maliandao costs less than half market prices, according to market staff. The reason for the low price is because in Maliandao many dealers are also producers, eliminating the intermediate links, giving Maliandao the price advantage. Maliandao has become a famous tea brand of Beijing and even the entire Northern China.

Overall, a visit to Maliandao itakes you to explore diverse tea culture!