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Located within the Old Quarter, this ancient house was built in the late 20th century. This restored house gives an insight into the lives of local merchants back in time. A small entrance fee is charged. Worth a visit if in the area.
The ancient house is a restored home on Ma May Street in the Old Quarter and worth a visit. It is quaint and takes you back in time however remembering that this house is only 50 years old not 100's as it appears.
In case history is a thing you're interested in then this location will make for a pleasant stop. For an extremely modest entrance fee, you can see precisely what a Vietnamese merchant house is like within the 19th century. The majority of the school is...More
Been announced by the guide of ours concerning the Ancient House, it's really old but well maintained. At the first step we though it was easier without worth to enter however, when originating in, there seemed to be a great deal for us to learn...More
Nice home with grounds that are beautiful. The exterior is associated with a French structure as well as the inside is about regular Vietnamese architecture. Travelers are able to have the chance to have a house stay at the home and experience family lifestyle of...More
It was a pleasant architectural window into yesteryear and gave a great sense of what the existing quarter was once like. There could have been a little more info, but be good you cannot look for a lot more than is provided as its only...More
I like visiting old buildings with the historical past, but this particular was a little disappointing as there was not much inside to see. The tourist products for sale anywhere spoilt it really and not one of the staff appeared to be considering letting you...More
A quick little tour of an ancient house gives an impression of like 100 years ago, and 50 years ago. It's easy to imagine a rich rice or silk merchant living there, but then try imagining 5 families in the same space, as happened during...More