Kayu Aro Tea Plantation of Jambi


Looking for a tranquil spot to clear your mind and refresh your body amidst fresh mountain air, cool breeze and natural surroundings? Kayu Aro may be the ideal spot. Stroll through the vast expanses of tea, or even help the workers pick the shoots that are ready to be processed. The factories that were built during the creation of the plantation have not changed much since 1925, nor has much of the entire management process. Observe the entire procedure followed in the production of the tea.

For lovers of the great outdoors, several other points of interest are located nearby, such as Mount Kerinci, Lake Kerinci, and the Kerinci Seblat National Park. Getting to Kayu Aro Tea Plantation follows the same route as the path to Mount Kerinci in the direction of Sungai Penuh. The two closest airports to Sungai Penuh, capital city of Kerinci District, are Jambi and Padang. Getting to Sungai Penuh from Jambi city takes about 10 hours by car over a distance of approximately 500 KM. This can be done using public transportation or rental car. Jambi airport serves just Jakarta and Batam.

The alternative route through Padang is much faster, at a total distance of under 300 KM. Sungai Penuh can be reached via public transport, car rental or private car, and should take between 5-6 hours. Minangkabau International Airport in Padang serves Jakarta, Medan, Pekanbaru, Batam and Kuala Lumpur.


Get There

Getting to Kayu Aro Tea Plantation follows the same route as the path to Mount Kerinci in the direction of Sungai Penuh. The two closest airports to Sungai Penuh, capital city of Kerinci District, are Jambi and Padang. Getting to Sungai Penuh from Jambi city takes about 10 hours by car over a distance of approximately 500 KM. This can be done using public transportation or rental car. Jambi airport serves just Jakarta and Batam.

The alternative route through Padang is much faster, at a total distance of under 300 KM. Sungai Penuh can be reached via public transport, car rental or private car, and should take between 5-6 hours. Minangkabau International Airport in Padang serves Jakarta, Medan, Pekanbaru, Batam and Kuala Lumpur. Kayu Aro is about an hour’s drive from Sungai Penuh.

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JL. Padang-Kerinci No.37162, Kersik Tuo, Kayu Aro, Kabupaten Kerinci, Jambi 37162
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JL. Padang-Kerinci No.37162, Kersik Tuo, Kayu Aro, Kabupaten Kerinci, Jambi 37162
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Kayu Aro Tea Plantation of Jambi


Looking for a tranquil spot to clear your mind and refresh your body amidst fresh mountain air, cool breeze and natural surroundings? Kayu Aro may be the ideal spot. Stroll through the vast expanses of tea, or even help the workers pick the shoots that are ready to be processed. The factories that were built during the creation of the plantation have not changed much since 1925, nor has much of the entire management process. Observe the entire procedure followed in the production of the tea.

For lovers of the great outdoors, several other points of interest are located nearby, such as Mount Kerinci, Lake Kerinci, and the Kerinci Seblat National Park. Getting to Kayu Aro Tea Plantation follows the same route as the path to Mount Kerinci in the direction of Sungai Penuh. The two closest airports to Sungai Penuh, capital city of Kerinci District, are Jambi and Padang. Getting to Sungai Penuh from Jambi city takes about 10 hours by car over a distance of approximately 500 KM. This can be done using public transportation or rental car. Jambi airport serves just Jakarta and Batam.

The alternative route through Padang is much faster, at a total distance of under 300 KM. Sungai Penuh can be reached via public transport, car rental or private car, and should take between 5-6 hours. Minangkabau International Airport in Padang serves Jakarta, Medan, Pekanbaru, Batam and Kuala Lumpur.


Get There

Getting to Kayu Aro Tea Plantation follows the same route as the path to Mount Kerinci in the direction of Sungai Penuh. The two closest airports to Sungai Penuh, capital city of Kerinci District, are Jambi and Padang. Getting to Sungai Penuh from Jambi city takes about 10 hours by car over a distance of approximately 500 KM. This can be done using public transportation or rental car. Jambi airport serves just Jakarta and Batam.

The alternative route through Padang is much faster, at a total distance of under 300 KM. Sungai Penuh can be reached via public transport, car rental or private car, and should take between 5-6 hours. Minangkabau International Airport in Padang serves Jakarta, Medan, Pekanbaru, Batam and Kuala Lumpur. Kayu Aro is about an hour’s drive from Sungai Penuh.

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