The Sense of Ceremony in Winter Is in These Century-Old Teahouses in Ancient Towns


There are time-honored old teahouses in the old towns in Jiangnan. On cold winter days, they interpret the warmth of town life with rising steam. Teahouses are not only a lifestyle for locals, but also a warm stop for travelers. If you don't want to join in the hustle and bustle, you might as well go to an old teahouse in an ancient town to enjoy some tea time in the depths of history.

Jiangnan No. 1 Teahouse

208 North Avenue, Zhujiajiao Ancient Town, Qingpu District

Granny's Teahouse

122 Dongjing Street, Zhujiajiao Ancient Town, Qingpu District

No. 1 Building Teahouse

422 Xinchang Avenue, Xinchang Town, Pudong New Area

Dongxing Building Teahouse

34 East Street, Zhuanghang Old Street, Fengxian District

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