This time I stayed at the hotel just next to the old house, so our first location the next day was here! The entrance fee is VND 10,000, but unfortunately there is not much explanation except for the introduction of the guide. Most tourists visit by themselves May feel boring. The entire ancient house has experienced several owners, and there are expansions in between. It shows the living environment and lifestyle of Vietnamese in the traditional period, which is a bit similar to the previous Chinese society. The house is generally well preserved. If someone guides and introduces it, I believe it will be more rewarding and understand the small ingenuity of house construction!! This is a restored local traditional house. You will get a brochure, but you can get a better introduction. However, if you happen to be relatively recent, the 10-minute stay is worth it. There is a similar place on a nearby street, which is a tea house, where we got a brief explanation from the waiter.
When Hanoi was just a small town, people had a deep understanding of the way of life. Visitors can enter all the rooms in the ancient house, visit the furniture in these rooms that have been arranged hundreds of years ago, and experience the life of the original room owner. Compared to visiting some of the larger and more commercial museums in Hanoi, this old house is very special.
In the central area of Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, a mansion of a big merchant more than 100 years ago in the old neighborhood. The interior decoration style, plaques and couplets, wall screens, and seat decorations are all full of Chinese elements...
The ancient house in Hanoi, Vietnam is a very historical building complex. The buildings here are one of the ancient architectural complexes in Hanoi. The whole construction method is not very classical. The area of the ancient house is also very huge. You can feel the culture of Hanoi. breath.
This old house is also hidden in a small alley, and it is not very eye-catching. Even the taxi driver may not know it, but you can still find it by telling it the address of the old house. The house is now operating outside the house. For some clothing and craft accessories, tickets are required to go inside to visit. The cabin is not big, it is two stories high, and there is a mourning hall upstairs, with some old furniture to enjoy.