Tea Meadows

Address: Munnar, Kerala, India | Ranch
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Location

This ranch, located in Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Tea Meadows Munnar

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Munnar

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A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Apr 15, 2014

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... up for it. The tandoori roti is delivered hot and was easily the best bread we've had on the trip so far.

As we were leaving the restaurant we ran into JJ and Max. They had an unsmiling European lady with them. We caught up and invited them back to our accommodation after dinner. So we all just hung out on the roof top terrace chatting about nonsense until we were politely and firmly kicked off. The terrace has a 10pm curfew, but we were only escorted off at about 11pm. ...

Munnar

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 11, 2013

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... headed back through Munnar town and off to Pothamedu viewpoint. Munnar is now the commercial centre of some of the world's highest tea growing estates and as such the area around the town affords views of lush tea-filled hillocks, where tea trees grow on the steepest of hillsides. Although the mist hanging in the valley made for a slightly less stunning view, we spent a while exploring the tea plantation and enjoying the crisp air, a welcome change from Kochi. On the way ...

Valparai Revisited : December 2012 - 5

A travel blog entry by indianature on Jan 15, 2013

... priests have been brought in from wherever to conduct rituals and collect offerings from visitors. The temple attracts huge crowds on auspicious days. We did not go to the church which looked a bit more interesting. Will do it on the next trip.
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Top station: not so tops.

A travel blog entry by roberm05 on Jan 15, 2013

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... photos of the scenery and also us. This ensured that the tranquility was fractured by bad Hindi ringtones, much yelling in Indian and a lot of Indians posing for photos with very serious looks on their faces gazing out of the tea plantations. All of these places we waved Rajah on saying, "lets just get to top station!" Finally after 3 hours of winding up the mountain with Rajah trying to get us to get out at multiple tourist stops including an elephant camp and a ...

Sunday - Church & Drive towards Munnar top station

A travel blog entry by fleming.joseph on Apr 29, 2012

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... in a place with mixed culture and linguistic differences, the church caters to Tamil, Malayalam and English congregations. We reached there by 9.30 AM when the Tamil service was about to end with the church full. We attended the next service at 10.30, which is Malayalam, In contrast to the Tamil service, the Malayalam service had just handful of members. Spoke to the pastor and few church members after the ...