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Friday, February 6, 2015

Sungei Palas Boh Tea Farm

It's indeed an achievement,
Especially for my didi..
To walk all the way up,
Via Tea Bush walk.....

 To the Sungei Palas Boh Tea Centre...

It's truly worth the 'exercising'...
As the Tea Farm's view up here...
Is simply breathtaking...
Plus,
We can breath in,
More cooling air!~

Sungei Palas Visitor Centre,
And Ummph Teashop!~

We enter the factory..
And began our journey of exploring..
The making of BOH tea!~

The Gunny Sacks,
To transport the tea,
To different location..

The metal furnace door,

Old style weighing~~
Reminds mummy on the day,
Her grandpa use it,
To weigh rubber to sell...
But this is really my first time,
Seeing it...
:)

Tea Harvesting Shears Machine...
With sharp edges...

Tea Roller Machine

It's truly an educational trip,
To Tea Farm in Cameron Highlands..

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Related posts:
Our Cameron Highlands Visit on Federal Day:
Apartment in Copthorne Hotel
Big Red Strawberry Farm
Sungei Palas Boh Tea Farm
Waterfall - Lata Iskandar

18 comments:

ananda said...

i've never seen a tea farm! so beautiful!

Suzanne said...

Silly as it sounds I have never thought about a tea farm before, but being a tea lover I think this would be a great way to spend an afternoon!

Franc said...

The view from the tea farm looks really amazing. I could just watch this view the whole day and really enjoy it.

Raymond Vasquez said...

Wow! I'd love to visit this place one day. Putting it in my list now. Every time I read posts about places, I am reminded how vast this whole world is. :-)

papaleng said...

I have visited a number of Coffee farms in our place but not tea farm. Seems a nice place to visit.

Nicol said...

i like the look of the tea roller. wonder if they do demonstrations

Vanessa said...

Wow, I was really impressed to see the Tea Harvesting Shears Machine, and the whole process of transporting the tea is incredible. I would like to visit such a tea factory myself!

Sim @ SimsLife.co.uk said...

What a stunning place! I have never seen a tea farm before! Lovely post! Sim @ simslife.co.uk x

Angelo The Explorer said...

One of my dream is to visit a tea place like this. I could just imagine how beautiful this place is and how tasteful the teas are.

Little Lady said...

That landscape is absolutely breathtaking! The pictures of that factory look pretty serious though. I'm glad you had a good time.

Fatemah Sajwani said...

I always wished to visit a tea farm. Thanks for this amazing post dear!

Fred Hawson said...

I have also visited a green tea factory before in Shanghai. The manufacturing process and the farm activities are very interesting to observe.

Eliz Frank said...

What an exciting and educational outing. I would love to visit a tea farm some day. I love tea.

yvonnembertoldo said...

It looks fun to visit a factory. There should have been a free taste as well :)

Maureen Hitipeuw said...

Wow that looks like an amazing and fun place to explore. I bet the histories are amazing to learn too :)

Phylicia Marie Pineda said...

Maybe you should make your photos bigger? I wasn't able to appreciate the tea farm much because of the low res photos.

Kylie wenn said...

Phylicia, I used to put hi-res photos when I started blogging but people using my photos not only without permission, but also didn't credit back to my blog and claim it as their own photos. That's why nowadays I put up photo for viewing purpose only.

lee rosales said...

Someday ill visit a tea farm. I love tea as much as i love coffee

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