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Tearoom & Art Salon

CHAIKHANA

SHARM EL SHEIKH

The "chaikhana," a term rooted in Persian and Central Asian languages, translates to "tea house" in English. Originating along the ancient Silk Road trade routes that connected East Asia to the Mediterranean, chaikhanas played a vital role in facilitating cultural exchange and commerce.
These establishments emerged as rest stops where travelers could rejuvenate with tea, a beverage that symbolized hospitality and warmth. Over time, chaikhanas evolved into social hubs, fostering discussions, storytelling, and camaraderie. The concept transcended borders, influencing regions like India, Turkey, and beyond. Today, chaikhanas remain emblematic of rich traditions, offering a space where tea continues to unite people and cultures.

Open daily from 14:00 to 23:00.

TODAY CLOSED

+420 605 893 641

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Entrance from outside of Golden Pyramids Mall 7.
Located in Naama Bay - Marina bus station.

An Enigmatic

Tea Oasis

Meeting with friends.

Business meetings.

Relaxation spot.

Co-working space.

... or just drink & enjoy a tea.

Wi-Fi

At Chaikhana, we follow the Silk Road tradition to offer you a delightful selection of teas from Japan, China, South America, India, Nepal, and other places.

Chaikhana Music

Enjoy the Radim Kacer Chaikhana music collections on YouTube, where you'll find the tunes used in Chaikhana. Explore these playlists and let the melodies take you on a delightful journey.

No one can pass the gate-less gate.

So be no one.

Mecca for tea lovers.

“Whosoever drank his tea got initiated into the taste of real tea. And his Chaikhana or tea-house became Mecca for tea lovers.”

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To touch the heaven one's roots must reach into hell.

Tea

The Celestial Drink

Tea, originating from China, boasts a history spanning millennia. According to legend, Emperor Shen Nong serendipitously discovered tea in 2737 BCE when tea leaves drifted into his boiling water. This heralded the beginning of tea's journey from medicinal elixir to global beverage phenomenon. Over time, tea culture spread to Japan, India, and beyond. The Silk Road facilitated its dissemination, leading to diverse brewing methods and traditions. In the 17th century, tea captured Europe's fascination, spurring trade and sparking the creation of iconic rituals like British afternoon tea. From ancient rituals to modern cafes, tea remains a timeless emblem of comfort and conviviality.

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CHAIKHANA LOUNGE

HOOKAH

FLAVOURED TOBACCO

Discover the long-standing tradition of Hookah, linked to the ancient Silk Road and rich in cultural history. Join the social ritual as you enjoy the fragrant mix of flavored tobacco, a custom handed down through generations. Our Hookah experience at the Chaikhana welcomes you to explore the historical journey of this shared activity, where pleasant smoke tells stories of tradition and friendship. Immerse yourself in the sensory journey rooted in the cultural history of the Silk Road.

Art Collection

ORIGINAL WALLPAPERS FOR PHONES

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Minos

€8900

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Elon Musk

€29000

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Archangel Zadkiel

€3500

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Art

Contemporary digital art from binary space. Abstract manifestation of mythological symbols and Gods in their incorporeal form.

Sharm El Sheikh

Golden Pyramids Mall 7,

King of Bahrain St, Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh,

South Sinai Governorate, 46911 Egypt.

abstract@radimkacer.com
+420 605 893 641
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