Established in 1939, this still-operating tea plantation is open to tourists year-round. The best time to come is early in the morning, so you can watch the fog lift from the lush green fields. It's easier to take the paths to the side of the fields than the steep wooden stairs that go straight up, but it's worth the climb, since the view of the fields from the top is pretty spectacular. You know these must be old fields since they've left a couple of family burial mounds undisturbed in the middle of the tea plants.