TRAVEL TAIPEI TAIWAN | Maokong Tea House 貓空泡茶 #7

I’m ashamed to say this is only my 1st time here since #MaokongGondola opened in 2007. Although I’ve heard plenty of positive comments about the gondola, I just never wanted to go out of my way to experience first hand. This time, since Kevin’s here, I thought I might as well give it a shot and see what the fuss is all about!

Let me tell you, I regretted that I haven’t come here sooner. This from the gondola to uphill #Maokong #TeaHouse is seriously a package experience. For tourists, this is a unique experience to learn about the tea culture and appreciate the natural sceneries along the trails or on the cable cars. Maokong has completely thrown me out of my expectation as to what the city of Taipei could offer. This is a place that I will 100% recommend for anyone visiting Taiwan, whether it’s the 1st time or the 100th time.

For more information, please visit:
Yao Yue Teahouse #邀月茶坊
No. 6, Lane 40, Section 3, Zhinan Rd, Wenshan District, Taipei City, 116

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Maokong Gondola – TripAdvisor

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5 Replies to “TRAVEL TAIPEI TAIWAN | Maokong Tea House 貓空泡茶 #7”

  1. Paula J. Bean

    The vegetation in the valley looks very lush indeed. Is it possible to hike through the woods, or are there dangerous wild animals?

    I get the impression that Maokong is a bit touristy, with hundreds of tea houses. It reminds me of some villages in the Bourgogne in France (where they make famous wine): it's one wine house after the other (Dégustation) where you can taste (and of course buy) wine.

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