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Mandarin's House

No. 10,Travessa de Antonio da Silva, Macau, China
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Traditional architecture -- great museum!

Great restored example of traditional Chinese architecture. Well worth the visit to this museum... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2016
Matt D
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Sugar Grove, North Carolina
really interesting

The Mandarins' House is a more recent addition to the historical buildings in Macau. It is free to... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2016
jdoc2
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No. 10,Travessa de Antonio da Silva, Macau, China
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Reviewed 17 October 2016

Great restored example of traditional Chinese architecture. Well worth the visit to this museum -- nicely restored, including a few pieces of traditional furniture; really well done -- not many tourists or visitors; very quiet and relaxing!

Thank Matt D
Reviewed 9 October 2016

The Mandarins' House is a more recent addition to the historical buildings in Macau. It is free to visit and gives an excellent insight into the building lay out for a large wealthy Chinese family. Its down a side street off Lilla Square and down...More

Thank jdoc2
Reviewed 7 October 2016

I had visited Macau many times but this was the first time I visited this house. The house was built in 19th century. You would like it if you are quite interested in Chinese culture and architect.

Thank Hongkonger222
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Not much to see other than the large piece of land that the former landowners had relative to the rest of the city. They were prominent Chinese that were influential in the late 19th century.

Thank Rodolfo D
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

Combine a stop to Lilau square & the Mandarin House. Very peaceful, picturesque and lots of history. Hang out in Lilau square to get a real sense of Macanese life.

Thank meikadalton
Reviewed 8 September 2016

The house, built before 1869, has a rich cultural tradition having served as the residence of famous Chinese poet Zheng Guanying. The traditional style abode is made up of several courtyard houses displaying a mix of traditional Chinese and Western detailing. The stairs and the...More

2  Thank ChinmayHota
Reviewed 3 September 2016

The sights of Macau are somewhat limited and this is worth a visit. As well as the three interconnected houses in their compound there is a small museum.

1  Thank Alasdair E
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Mandarin house was a huge house who once occupied by one of Macau tycoon. It was a worth to stop by and visit the house to explore how the rich and famous enjoy themselves in a huge bungalow.

Thank wyeonnc
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

It's an interesting old house that gives a lot of opportunities for black and white photos. Not really big but photographers will like this place.

Thank weiweiorchid
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Mandarin's House is not a traditional tourist place. It was the home of a famous rich man of Macau. However, the House was rented out to many people after the death of the rich man. Macau government took back the House and restore the House...More

Thank bwkchang
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