In the West Lake Scenic Area, Hangzhou, Meijiawu has long been well known for its Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea tradition. Surrounded by green mountains and tea fragrance, the place makes you feel the clean country air and retreat from the crowded and noisy urban areas.
By going through the Meiling Mountain Tunnel, you then go to renovated Meiling Road and will smell the fragrance of tea. The crystal-clear Meiwu Brook that flows down from the Wuyun Mountain and the white and green cottages which made the landscape as a big beautiful picture, it is an ideal place for time out, enjoying Chinese Longjing Tea, viewing the tidily juxtaposed residential houses of the Southern Yangtze River Region and seeing the green meadow of tea fields.
After the renovation, the Meijiawu Tea Cultural Village incarnates again the scenery of “Ten Miles of Tea Fragrance in Meijiawu Village” in the past. The Premier Zhou Enlai Memorial Hall, Langdang Mountain (entry) and Ligeng Hall are the cultural demonstrative venues in the village, of which Zhou Enlai Memorial Hall has been carefully renovated, and Ten Miles Langdang Lane has become wider and tidier. The 11 stone bridges represent the traditional Chinese cultural atmosphere in Meijiawu as well.