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Huxinting Teahouse (Huxinting Chashi), Shanghai

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Take a traditional Chinese tea break in Huxinting Teahouse (Huxinting Chashi). Set among picturesque gardens, the delicately rendered teahouse attracts throngs of sightseers looking to snap a picture of its authentic exterior. Don't let crowds around the outside zig-zagged bridge (constructed thusly to ward off evil spirits) put you off of trying for a seat: most visitors simply come for the photo op. Once inside, find a spot among the intricately crafted wooden booths and roof beams and relax. Be prepared to spend a little more than you might expect for the teas. Make Huxinting Teahouse (Huxinting Chashi) part of your personalized Shanghai itinerary using our Shanghai tourist route planner.
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  • 70-120 should come taste the coffee shop about original and high-quality tea but not a teacake, above all the historic atmosphere. Good janitor speaks English and learn how to drink. Enjoy the best, nice views from the window, and the person.
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  • The place is beautiful and worth a visit and of course to choose between different varieties of tea (it is worthwhile to choose if you are going in group different flavors to see who opens it before the flower in the teapot). Flower tea is worth approximately 60 Yuan (Chinese currency) and all people who sit and come have to take something. The you in addition to accompany with plenty of hot water, served with a pica pica very strange: boiled quail eggs, fermented soybeans, tofu, dried citrus fruits among other things. None of the drinks I liked accompanied but worth trying them. That secure the best place up to the floor above and look for a free place (think that it tends to be highly sought after) next to the window much better to see people spend.
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  • Passed on the second floor, but take a break for a window seat, but gave up in the seats. Looked at the menu, but tea, high up! I feel it. Later, surprising with Shanghai, high tea? And but now perception. So crowded it was us, even on the first floor, but can never go is upstairs.
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