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Very interesting. An eye korner for 1st time on how tea leaves are being collected and process. The plantation guide was good in showing us the different types of tea leaves and its process as well as how to choose a good tea leaves
During holiday in Indonesia we always / regularly go to Kebon Teh Wonosari, Lawang, Malang for buy tea and coffe product PTP.12 and also many times stayed in Rolas hotel bring family or our coulagues from Doha, Qatar. This is one of the nice place...More
This is a vast beautiful plantation with a refreshing atmosphere. The main attraction is bukit Kuneer, one of the highest peak on the plantation. Its about one hour relaxing hike from the parking spot. Guide is available if you are traveling in big groups. There...More
The place is nice, the environment and ambience so relaxing,perfect for short escape. The new object bukit kuneer has an amazing scenery but sadly the road to the place, even if you used a trail motorbike is quite uncomfortable, if you want to walk to...More
we went there sunday morning (Nov 11th 2017) and arrives around 9 am. Everything was fine and the view's good, my family really love this place. I and my wive have 2 kids
(6 and8 years old). But everything changed when we decide to go...More
it really a beutiful places with tea garden view, and we also can visit the process of tea from harvesting until packaging. the price not too expensive about moreless Rp.500.000,- Rp 800.000,- ($50-80) deluxe for 4 persons . actualy little bit spooky .. but if...More
This tea plantation is really worth a visit for tea lovers and nature lovers.
You will discover through a 1-hour tour how they make tea from the tea leaves.
The surroundings are really great to wander.
All in all, it should take you 2 hours.
The road to The Wonosari Tea Garden rather narrow, be careful there is one sharp bend . Admission tickets 15 K. Tea " Rolaas" with 6k price per pack with a variety of flavor is quite tasty and fragrant could be bought there. There is...More
We added Wonosari to our itinerary at the last-minute and we are very happy that we did. The plantation -- started by the Dutch in 1910 and worked continually since -- is picture-perfect. Hundreds of acres of tea bushes and aged trees -- it is...More