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We were walking around when we came across the mandarin house. It was a lovely restored Chinese house. Very quiet, not many people inside. It was also free which was great! A little bit of history around it too. Worth a visit but can be...More
Its worth a stop when walking from Largo do Senado to St Augustine and St Lawrence Churches and Pedro V Theater down to Moorish Barracks and A-Ma Temple as it is approx half-way for the walk. The museum is free and something different for a...More
1st time in Macau and was doing the usual old town walk. Started at Ah Ma temple and on route to St Paul Ruins, you will walk past the Mandarin House.
It was very hot when we visit. Free entrance and it wasnt really crowded...More
A beautiful and authentic house in the middle of the old city. Went through all rooms on the ground floor and got the chance to visit the upper floor.
Very well preserved and worth checking out if you’re visiting
Nearly walked right by as the outside is nondescript. The interior, however is amazing. A cross between Chinese and western architecture. Spend some time looking at the details. And as everyone points out, entry is free of charge.
Absolutely charming place, pretty quiet. An ideal escape from the crowds of the old Macao. On the way to the place you wander through the old streets with beautiful colonial style buildings.
Another big plus-entrance is free
If you want visiting place which is not Portuguese Style architecture, try Mandarin House. You can walks from Senado Square around 800 meters, trough some small alley that full of daily life Macau residents, i think you will find something different compared another tourist destination....More