Cute and fascinating little house in the middle of the old town. Gives you an insight in Vietnamese everyday life throughout the ages. Well worth a visit if you're passing nearby.
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We find this very similar to the Baba house we visited in Malacca but less grand. Good if you had not been to the Malacca Baba house.
This house is well worth the small entrance fee to have a look around. It does not take long to look around, but after being in the city a while it was a welcome cool and calm retreat. It was a bit tricky to find...More
Well restored, this house located in the very center of the oldest district of Hanoi gives you the way Vienamese people were living in the near past. To absolutely pay a visit
This is a small, 200-year old house in the Old Quarter, with a narrow street frontage, like nearly all other houses in the area. It has been recently restored. It allows a close look at the way people responded to the climate and the restrictions...More
Great time pieces to see. Beautiful artwork. A nice spot to walk through slowly, take pictures/ selfies haha & cool off with the air conditioned rooms.
I definitely think it is worth a stop if you have time and are in the area. I wouldn't go out of my way to see it though.
The house was built at the end of the 19th Century for a shopkeeper's family and before air conditioning! It has a narrow facade and a succession of buildings and courtyards euphemistically called a 'tube house'. The first floor has the shop front a, back...More
The Hanoi Ancient House is located within the Old Quater at Ma May Road. It is quite difficult to find the house because of the language. There is a fee to enter the house and open everyday from 8am-5pm. At the entrance you can see...More