Life is Tasty!
If you love tea, make sure you enjoy your afternoon tea to the fullest by visiting these places in Jakarta. (Shutterstock/-)
For those who are not into coffee, drinking tea is perhaps your favorite morning or afternoon activity.
If you're looking to enjoy a good cup of tea with a touch of elegance while hanging out with some friends, these places offer just that.
With more than 50 different types of tea, Lewis & Carroll provide a truly interesting experience. The special thing is, you wouldn't find this kind of variety in other tea places. Try all of them and find your favorites.
As a big part of British tradition, tea indeed has a special place in the UK. If you want to experience British tea culture complete with beautiful chilled-out ambience, Bradley's British Tea House is perfect for you.
Tea Addict has been around for a long time now, and they’re still a favorite among tea fans. Cold or hot, it's guaranteed that you will find some types of tea that will match your taste buds. Calm and relaxing, Tea Addict is also a good place to hang out after work.
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As one of the biggest malls in Jakarta, Gandaria City has a lot to offer including its great choices of shopping stores and restaurants. It also hosts a beautifully calm tea cafe called Lady Alice Tea Room that boasts excellent decorations as well as service.
With its very fancy setting, you can perhaps feel what's it like to drink tea in London by visiting TWG Tea. It's even better since the place offers a tea time package between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. It also comes with great snacks to further enhance your tea experience.
Offering a minimalist and homey vibe, Clea Tea Bar & Lounge is located in the great area of Kemang in South Jakarta. Its presentation of high tea makes this place worth a visit. It's also one of few quiet places one can visit in Kemang right before dawn. (kes)
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