Whilst it is amazing that a family still live in this house albeit that masses or tourists walk through every day I simply found that the house was hard to enjoy as a result of how crowded it was with tourists. I felt as if...More
About Old House of Tan Ky
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We wondered in to th old house with our ticket for the old town attractions and expected to wander through and hav a look, but a member of the family in the old house grabbed the 2 of us and sat us down and explained...More
A guide will shuffle you through this old house with a few sentences of interpretation and then sell you souvenirs. Walk through and check out the old furniture and architecture, and continue on.
Chose this house on reviews we had read. Very busy even though this isn't high time of year for tourists. Girl taking the tickets was rude and off hand, telling us to go and find a seat and someone would come and explain about the...More
Gives a glimpse of how an old family used to live in Hoi An, with its interior preserved. (However, you can see the same type of architecture in some of the restaurants housed in such old houses). A significant portion of the house, which is...More
This house was built by the prosperous Tan Ky family from China who settled in Hoi An. The house has both Japanese and Vietnamese architectural features.
I liked this house, and don't regret spending a few minutes here on our tour of the ancient town. There are local guides here which will explain some of the interesting features of the mixed architecture of the home. I marveled that we were allowed/encouraged...More
Traditional home. Now for tourists. Interesting to see how many times it has been flooded. Always interesting to see how people lived/live.