Liu Bao Tea Garden in Cangwu County, Wuzhou

Liu Bao Tea Garden (广西梧州市苍梧县六堡茶园旅游区) is situated in Liubao Town, Cangwu County, just 30 kilometers from Wuzhou City. The area benefits from convenient transportation and covers an expansive area of 2,000 mu, with 1,100 mu dedicated to tea cultivation.

The tea garden is well-equipped with various tourism reception facilities, managed by part-time tourism staff who ensure standardized management and high-quality service. Currently, the tea garden employs 50 permanent workers and more than 150 seasonal tea pickers. Its operations focus on tea planting, processing, marketing, Liu Bao tea culture, ecological agriculture, and tourism.

The cultural heritage of Liu Bao Tea Garden is rich, featuring unique architectural styles. Visitors can explore facilities such as tea meal restaurants, exhibitions showcasing Liu Bao tea products and culture, traditional tea processing equipment display halls, live tea picking and processing demonstrations, tea art performances, and outdoor barbecues.

The ecological tourism area of Liu Bao Tea Garden is characterized by lush tea trees covering the mountains, a unique tea culture-themed street, picturesque rural scenery of silkworm villages, and impressive waterfall landscapes centered around the Niu Bone Shuang Waterfall. Spectacular waterfalls such as Longquan and Fuzi Shuang add to the scenic allure.

In this green ecological village surrounded by green mountains and clear waters, visitors can appreciate the meaning of “the wise enjoy the mountains, the virtuous enjoy the waters,” experience the joy of life through a tea ceremony, savor original Liu Bao tea meals (featuring the aroma series of Liu Bao tea cuisine), and enjoy the leisurely pursuit of exploring, picking, and handcrafting Liu Bao tea in its authentic form. Visitors can also participate in the eco-friendly “selfless” Liu Bao tea ceremony, explore the historical charm of the Tea Boat Ancient Road, and listen to intriguing local legends such as the story of Heishi Ding and the historical tales of Tangping ancient banyan trees.

Liu Bao Tea originates from Liubao Town in Cangwu County, known as the birthplace of one of China’s historic famous teas. The production of Liu Bao Tea spans over 1,500 years, and during the Qing Dynasty’s Jiaqing period (1796-1820), it was renowned for its distinctive betel nut aroma, designated as one of the 24 famous teas in China and presented to the imperial court.

Thus, Liu Bao Tea Mountain boasts a deep cultural heritage related to tea, offering significant development potential in both natural and cultural tourism. It holds international influence in the field of tea culture. With its stunning scenery and profound cultural offerings, Liu Bao Tea Mountain is an ideal destination for “deep ecological tourism” and a major leisure market hub.