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All reviews ma may street vietnamese house old quarter tube houses small entrance fee narrow frontage traditional architecture worth a visit step back in time for sale open to the public quick look an interesting place to visit on display daily life restored century
My wife spent aprox 30mins here, as its location is within the busy, vibrant streets of the old quarter in Hanoi..
There are no signs to show you how to get here, which is unfortunate..
The building is as it states, an ancient house, and...More
Restored merchant's house from the 19th century, now a museum.
Traditional architecture of the Old Quarter, narrow front and a succession of rooms behind it.
The courtyard in the middle for light and ventilation, thereafter the kitchen and the bathroom, the living area upstairs.
Over 100 years of history. Always a treat to step back in time to see how families lived. Interesting hole in the ground toilet and shower system that looked like an oven. Surprised that beds did not have mattresses.
Blink and you'll miss it! Nessled beside a couple of shops sits this little gem.
Well worth the visit to get a feel of how Vietnamese houses once were like.
Good information in English. No need to book.
It is a typical old house for the rich smart people which was eventually occupied by poor communists. The entrance is just 10,000 dong and you can get a free banana. Lovely. The guide doesn't add much compared to what is written in the description...More
was my impression of this building. Per normal Hanoi building style, the house was narrow and long. The skylight bathed the indoor courtyand and kitchen area in sunshine; it's a cozy place to enjoy tea and chat with others. The yellow walls gave a touch...More
The heritage house provides an overview of exactly how folks from Hanoi were. A good deal of the home includes keep on being used nowadays. Go upstairs and get pictures with the windows facing each other from two rooms. The places are divided by an...More