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It’s a really fun place to look around, but probably won’t take you more than an hour. The inside has piles of antique wood furniture, but it seems more like storage than the furniture actually being displayed.
I was pleasantly surprised by this place. It is made up of seemingly countless shards of pottery and porcelain, and reflects a tremendous amount of creativity in its design and execution. The inside is filled with antique furniture, including a dresser/mirror of the last empress...More
It was one of the most unusual places I have ever visited and well worth seeing. The tour can be done on your own. The antiques are beautiful and the artwork superb. The dragon that goes around the top is stunning. I loved this house....More
You don't need a guide for this. Tickets can be easily purchased and the house is easy enough to walk through on your own. There are some very interesting ceramic artwork and gorgeous antique furniture - most in need of restoration - littered every floor...More
Let me preface this review by saying that China House (porcelain house) seems to support a local charity that is worthy of funding, however exactly how is unclear in the English translations located in the house.
Beyond any charitable purposes though, I would call this...More
It's an amaxing house inside and out, a fairly ordinary French style building has been reworked by 700,000 vases, bottles and plates being plastered onto the walls and ceilings. what I am told is the worlds longest longest Dragon stretching all the way around the...More
This place will blow your mind! A year ago it was hardly known, now it does have Chinese tourists, but is still not overcrowded. I suspect it will get busier as it gets better known.
The house is still a work in progress, in that...More
Really enjoyed our visit to this unique museum. We didn't go in but enjoyed everything from the street. It really reminded me of our visit to Barcelona many of the structure by Gaudi. Can't even imagine what all that porcelain would be worth if it...More
The entrance fee is expensive for just a 3 storey house. I suggest you to just peek from outside. No matter which part of the house, it's just filled with with Chinese porcelain like line of vases or plates, or broken pieces of bowl. There...More