one of the largest clan houses in Georgetown can access most of the sites on foot or take a trishaw ride about RM20 per half hour
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An area where you have to pay entrance fee to visit, there is opening hour, some of the areas was under renovation when I was there.
Great effort in preserving and maintaining this ancestral building. You will learn about the history of Chinese migration, the Khoo family history, some Chinese art and philosophy and Malaysian history. Insightful. Also great art decor. There is also a hotel on site which will give...More
Worth to spend an hour to visit this house, interesting and great craft. Not aware it's close at 5pm, and I have to visit again in next day.
My first time hearing that you have to pay to visit a temple. So in the end, our family didn't want to go in. The entrance is like a carpark entrance, easily missed if you didn't pay attention. Can only see the temple if you...More
Khoo Kongsi is very well furnished and well maintained! It showcases the antique items and historical infographic, more about what happened last time in Penang.
Khoo Kongsi was the most impressive clan house I visited in George Town. It's unbelievably impressive due to its size and the intricacy in the architecture. Even if you don't think you are interested, I'd urge you to go because it really is spectacular. The...More
A great place to learn history and admire the architecture. Both adults and children will enjoy it. Fee is RM10 or so, kids below 5 FOC. The entrance fee goes towards preserving the place so i think it's pretty fair.
Amazing history of Khoo dynasty dated back over a century, lovely architecture with interesting museum. If you love history and architecture then you must visit this place.
We enjoyed our visit to the Khoo Clan house and their interesting museum. It is an impressive building and an interesting museum. Only negative was that it was very hard to find the entrance. There are actually 4 entrances but only one was open and...More