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Mandarin's House

No. 10,Travessa de Antonio da Silva, Macau, China
+853 2896 8820
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Great place to visit

I have to say that Macau government did a great job to re-fix this house. It is not open to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hsinchu County, Taiwan
Local History

If you are in to exoeriencing the history and culture of Macau, this is a good place to go. Its a... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
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No. 10,Travessa de Antonio da Silva, Macau, China
+853 2896 8820
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have to say that Macau government did a great job to re-fix this house. It is not open to visitors until recent years. You can feel the history, the delicate decoration and design, and the ancient feel at this place. We spent great time...More

Thank PelleaL
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

If you are in to exoeriencing the history and culture of Macau, this is a good place to go. Its a heritage house/museum and you can see the architecture from an era a long time ago. This is a nice spot for photos.

Thank a_albert_e
Reviewed 15 August 2017

I enjoyed visiting the house. It's build around a number of internal courtyards which makes it interesting to explore. The upstairs hall is quite grand with a beautifully detailed ceiling.

Thank kiwi_dude
Reviewed 10 August 2017

The house and garden are beautiful, but it's an old house. It's very well preserved and get to know the Chinese architecture.

Thank dolphin294229
Reviewed 18 July 2017

If you happen to be slightly interested in local culture and architecture, this is a fine museum to visit. The humbly named "house" consists of several connected courtyards and a small park, with attendant houses containing reception halls, private rooms, and some original furniture. Restoration...More

1  Thank zandibat
Reviewed 28 June 2017

This house is located near Ruins of Saint Paul and Historic center of Macau and is at a walking distance. The house has good collection and is worth a visit

Thank tVikasg
Reviewed 10 June 2017

The Mandarin's House seems not very attractive from outside, however, it is not the same inside. Remember to go up stairs and check every details of the house! Good place to take photos and learn more about Chinese architecture!

Thank Alicetta_C
Reviewed 31 May 2017

The Mandarin's House was our favourite sight in Macau. The house is huge, gorgeous and beautifully maintained. Visitors are free to wander through most of the house and entry was cheap. We spent about an hour here and got heaps of beautiful photos.

Thank Sarah53187
Reviewed 30 May 2017

This is a stunning place to visit. Picturesque. The photos of the restoration process are quite amazing. Well worth the visit.

Thank rozw852
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Beautiful house free to visit. Architecturally, different features. Can walk from A-Ma up to Main square and visit here on route. Part of old Macao with variety of buildings on Unesco list.

Thank Bob T
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