MIAOLI, TAIWAN (TTNews) – Hakka culture has attracted increasing attention, whether it is about the food or clothing. The new integration of Hakka tradition and modern creativity practically can be seen everywhere. Sanyi in Miaoli is an ideal place for experiencing the charm of Hakka culture.
Tung Blossom Village in Sanyi is known for its impressive significance, revealing the strong characteristics of Hakka people and its culture. To welcome the arrival of the Year of Tiger, Tung Blossom Village has rolled out a special set meal, including a total of 12 featured dishes. Of course, lei cha and Hakka rice cake are two must-haves while dining in Tung Blossom Village.
Lei cha, literally “pounded tea”, is a Hakka tea-based beverage served in a large tea bowl instead of cup. The drink is usually consumed with brown sugar-flavored rice cake with a stuffing of whipped cream and black sesame. If you want to give a taste of authentic Hakka cuisine, Tung Blossom Village definitely is an excellent dining option worth checking out!