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The Old House of Phun Hung

4 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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Very pretty

A quaint house still occupied today. Nice to visit but be careful as they do try and sell you their... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Auckland, New Zealand
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Interesting for social history fans

This was the first of the 'attractions' we saw in Hoi An with our Old Town pass. You have to buy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Another interesting Hoi An home, this one is constructed using eighty columns; the roof is traditional convex and concave interlocking tiles known as Yin and Yang style.
  • Excellent23%
  • Very good44%
  • Average22%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible2%
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4 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St., Hoi An, Vietnam
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A quaint house still occupied today. Nice to visit but be careful as they do try and sell you their merchandise the whole time you're there

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was the first of the 'attractions' we saw in Hoi An with our Old Town pass. You have to buy the pass to enter the Old Town and then you can visit 5 attractions with the pass. I felt that this was worth using...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You have to pay to get in and to be honest not worth it. On the main street in the old town. Be carefull of the many scooters

Thank Ian-Jacki
Reviewed 13 June 2017

This house is full of beauty, steeped in history, and very charming. However, we were followed constantly by staff, which rather took the edge off what should have been a pleasant experience. Clearly thought we were going to lift a 6 foot dresser on the...More

Thank Mel C
Reviewed 29 May 2017

You need one of your five tickets from your ancient town sighseeing pass to visit this ancient family home. This merchants house has been in family ownership for eight generations and is constructed of 80 columns of ironwood on marble pedestals.

Thank CathyGri
Reviewed 12 May 2017

This is a nice way to see how the well off locals lived 100 years ago. Nice rooms, good view but very touristic and commercial.

Thank marcopolo111
Reviewed 8 May 2017

One of the must see houses in Hoian together with the Japanese bridge and the main temples (community halls). This one is quite large and from its balcony you can get a nice view of the Japanese bridge.

Thank Sophie C
Reviewed 28 April 2017

historical home that showed how people lived in the 16th century. people still occupy it at present this aspect takes you back in time

Thank allanf683
Reviewed 25 April 2017

It was a good peak into how houses 100 years ago looked. Was interesting to walk through the house, and see the Chinese Vietnamese and Japanese influences on the structure of the house. The "tour" is given by members of descendant family of the original...More

Thank HelloWorld
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Not suitable for anyone with mobility issues. Interesting to see the old ways of living, so much simpler. Kids were bored with it...too much history for one day. A nice place to contemplate life and surprisingly cool out of the midday swelter. Gives you a...More

Thank TentCity
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