Tea Plantations @ Ciater, Indonesia

 

 

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While driving down from Tangkuban Perahu, you’ll pass by the Ciater district, which is famed for its vast tea plantations. Seas of green roll through the landscape, amidst a backdrop of deep blue mountains. 

According to our guide, there are no ‘private’ tea plantations in the area, only government ones. They are usually open to visitors, so you can stop by the road and just hop on down to walk among the plants!

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The cool weather, coupled with the mild scenery? Really didn’t seem like I was in Asia at all lol.

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A mosque was sounding prayers through a loudspeaker nearby.

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For those who want to buy the produce, there are numerous tea houses in the area that you can stop by at. Else, it’s a nice place to get some beautiful postcard-esque photos !

 

4 thoughts on “Tea Plantations @ Ciater, Indonesia

  1. Wow! I’m amazed that it’s cool in Indonesia right now because it seems like a place that would be really hot and tropical
    And oh my goodness, every single one of your pictures is so postcard-worthy O.O This place looks so beautiful that it looks unreal, like something out of a fantasy world or something. The mountains and the greenery are so pretty, and they compliment each other so well.

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