It sits in a bamboo forest that is reminiscent of an Eastern Zen setting. It features a man-made waterfall and a continuous flow of water along a surface made of special rocks. The waterfall is surrounded by seven types of bamboo, including Makino bamboo, square bamboo, hedge bamboo, Asparagus Setaceus, black bamboo and greenstript common bamboo. Greenstript common bamboo is conspicuous for the green stripes on every joint. Under the sunlight, high-density negative ions are formed in the area because of reflections from the waterfall and the fragrance of herbs.
Different from Chinese tea and Japanese tea, the tea offered here comes from fresh toxic-free herbs grown on the resort’s farm. It represents a combination of Western herbs and Eastern aesthetics. You will feel completely free.
Guests from the Villa section may drink Zen tea at Tea Gallery for free but must make reservations in advance. Guests from rooms of other types have to pay for the service.