Zheng He Tea House, Melaka

Posted by cibol on 4:46 PM in , , ,
If you've been like many of the tourists, wandering around historical places like The Red Square, St Paul's Church or even around Jonker's Street itself for almost the whole day, I would like to recommend a perfect place for you to relax and take a short rest to re-energize your weary legs. There is a tea house just along Jalan Tukang Besi which can offer you not only the comfort but also the joy and excitement of drinking quality chinese tea. (not those 30 cents that you always order when you go eat nasi campur okay!)


We didn't actually enter the tea house because we knew that there is a tea house around the corner but it was more to we-bumped-onto the tea shop in which I personally do not know that it was actually a tea shop. We entered through the Cheng Ho Museum.


The Zheng He Tea House (Say it like this : Jehrng Her) is managed by Ms Pak and Mr. Lai. While Mr. Lai was busy with the kids the ever friendly Ms. Pak took the opportunity to explain to us about various types of tea and benefits of having good and high quality tea.


There were a few types of tea being displayed. Amongst those that I can remember was the Oo-long Tea and the Pu-erh Tea. There was also one type of scented tea which smells like peach. I felt like putting it into my mouth. The smell was tasty!


The tea leaves are not shredded



For a small fee of RM 15 (correction RM 20), we got our pot of tea and the most important thing for me was the experience of preparing Chinese tea. It's an art not everybody can do plus indulging our self with good quality tea.


It was a new experience for me because I've never really tasted real good quality Chinese tea before. We had great time at the museum and Ms Pak was a good company. We had another pot of tea, on the house!

Zheng He Tea House
17, Jalan Tukang Besi
75200 Melaka

H/P : 016-7640588

or you can add Ms Pak to your facebook buddy list :



I love Pu-erh Tea, it has a very silky feeling when swallowed. I wasn't very impress, at first, when I saw the photos on your camera. Surprisingly when viewed on the computer it's nice! Come on, get a DSLR!

daniel : the one we had was a mixture of some teas which I actually forgot what are the ingredients but it was called "pheonix" tea. Yes, the pictures when you view it from the camera they won't appear nice. You need to load them up to your pc to get a better view.

wrong liao..mr lai is bianca daddy la :p ish ish

and its rm20 dear :)

baby : oh .. paiseh paiseh .. :p ok ok .. let's do corrections. :p

Just blog walking.... I have clicked your nuffnang ads. hit me back. TQ


Ah!!! Now I can guess who's "we"...and who's "us"....

suituapui : ha ha ha .. :p I already mention wat ..

Hello, nanged your entry!

DC : Thanks for the nang!

i have never stepped into such tea house before, why pay when we can prepare it at (cosy) home :P

annant : If that's the case, you have it but I don't. You don't need to because you have it at home, I don't have so I have to go to a tea house to get some and experience. Plus, for me it's more to an eye opener because not only that I can taste different types of tea, I also got to experience how a tea ceremony is done. :)

Thanks to "The Banker Ranks" for introducing me to your friend. To Baby: Mr Lai is not Bianca's father but husband.

Please be noted that we are going to move to No.3, Jalan Kuli. which is a next street to Jalan Tukang Besi. Hope to see you there...

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