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quyetnguyen2014
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Một trải nghiệm tuyệt vời tôi thực sự ấn tượng tôi sẽ giới thiệu cho người thân bạn bè quay trở lại nhà cổ
撰写日期:2022年8月17日
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N21dx
新加坡新加坡194 条分享
To see how people lived back than(in the 19th century), you have to go here.
You will have a humbling feeling when you enter and see the rooms and its contents. You can have a sense of how people go about their daily life at home. The actual name is called "Traditional House". Take a look at pic of the pamphlet that I got when I was there.
撰写日期:2020年12月28日
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omega132857
英国奇切斯特1,789 条分享
We have travelled to many places in different countrys. and always see at some point how they lived. Mostly around the 18th centurys and many long before that.It is a joy to cast your mind back and think what sort of life they must have had. Simple, but hard working is the most I get from these visits. Like most places we travel, it is imperitive that you have a guide.
撰写日期:2020年7月27日
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Pedro Raffainer
西班牙马德里18 条分享
A must visit. This is a restored house located in the Old Quarter. Traditional house, beautifully decorated.
撰写日期:2020年6月24日
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Hollie R
英国雷丁26 条分享
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We visited this Ancient house whilst of a free walking tour of the old quarter. Though there are some information boards, I would really recommend having a guide to really get the most out of this historic building. The free walking tours are great and are mostly by locals.

10k dong each for entry, so well worth a look.
撰写日期:2020年2月27日
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Chuck S
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Very close to our hotel we stopped in and found a great glimpse of 18th century architecture. Formerly a merchant's home we saw what life may have been like a couple hundred years ago. Interesting layout and design.
撰写日期:2020年2月3日
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PappanMajumdar
马来西亚吉隆坡260 条分享
We visited this place as a part of the itinerary for Hanoi Old Quarter Walking Tour (please see my separate review of the same). We are a family of 4 (two daughters 9 years and 17 years of age). We were being guided by 2 college students - Thao and Mandy as a part of the tour. We had spent 1 day and 1 night in Hanoi and this was the only activity we took up.

This house is quite fascinating. It is located in the congested area of Old Quarters and is sandwiched between modern and multiple buildings. This ancient house now belongs to the government for tourism purpose.

There is an entry fee of VND 10,000 per person for this house which is very reasonable.

The house has 2 stories - ground and first. The first thing you notice is the heavy and antique wooden furniture which you can sit and try out. The ground floor has an outside area for guests and then followed by area with open skylight. This ensures that the house is naturally lit up during the day. From the guest sitting area you actually enter through a high door sill (which makes you bow and also not allow flood water to enter the rest of the house) to the guest bedroom area and then further inside the kitchen area. The guides explained to us how the house is used by the family which lives and the stories are quite fascinating. Beyond the kitchen is the bathroom and the toilet. And also a huge water tank where rain water would collect. The rain water would be collected from gutters running along the roof edges. Near the kitchen there are also models of Vietnamese rice cakes.

On the first floor is the dining room with the praying altar. We were told that in Vietnam most people worship their ancestors and the same is done by putting candles and incense sticks on the altar. This room also has 3 wise men which signifies prosperity, wealth and longevity. The first floor also houses a strategically located sitting area from where the head of the family can see the whole house. Then you proceed further inside and you will get to see the main bedroom with samples of the kind of traditional clothes Vietnamese people would wear during those times. What was fascinating to see are a set of 2 pillows made of bamboo reeds. You can actually lie down on the huge wooden bed and sample the bamboo pillows! Finally at the back of the first floor is a huge veranda where the kids of the house would play.

Well this house is quite fascinating. And it is quite worthy to go and see this. Also, the stories associated with the house and all the way a family would live in that house are interesting. How the house is well lit by natural daylight during the day except for the main bedroom so that people can have a good rest. You can easily spend an hour or less here.

Hanoi in December is cold, so please carry adequate warm clothes specially if you are out for walking tours or street food. Also, watch out for the huge number of motor bikes being ridden in the narrow roads of Old Quarters. You have to be careful while crossing the roads. The trick is not to stop in the middle no matter what happens and to maintain a steady pace while crossing. That way the motor bike riders can predict what you are doing and can make their way around you. Old Quarters is a lovely area of Hanoi which has the famous Hoan Kiem Lake. It has an old charm feeling with congested buildings which have lovely cafe's, shops of all kinds. Old Quarters also has the famous Beer Street. It is great to walk around in Old Quarters and get a feel of the hustle and bustle of Vietnam. Old Quarters also has many souvenir shops with good pricing. We found that the rates are the best here compared to souvenir shops elsewhere in Hanoi, Da Nang or Ho Chi Minh City. It is advisable to carry VND (popularly called the Dong) currency here. Though many will tell you that USD is accepted in Vietnam, I would advise that you carry VND specially if you want to buy stuff from small shops. Also, many small cafe's accept only cash. Old Quarters also has many good hotels. We stayed at the Peridot Grand Hotel (see my separate review of that), had lunch at Essence Restaurant (see my separate review of that) and dinner at Diamond Sky Bar (again see my separate review of that). I have also done a detailed review of Old Quarters area with general info of Vietnam. If you are taking a cruise of Halong Bay from Hanoi, let me tell you that most cruise companies provide pick up from Old Quarter area (in this regard check out my review of Unicharm Cruise). Old Quarters is at least 45 minutes away from the airport by Grab (e-hailing cab service). So, plan your movement from and to the airport accordingly. Grab cabs are easily available in this area and maximum waiting time will be 4-5 minutes.
撰写日期:2020年1月16日
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Alan W
加利福尼亚旧金山81 条分享
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Great re-creation of a historic house for a quick visit n Hanoi old town, near the lake.
We enjoyed a 30 minute , self guided tour of the small, modest home, imagining what life was like back in the 19th century. Wall plaques in English and other languages are interesting.
撰写日期:2019年12月28日
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422iana
新西兰但尼丁3,072 条分享
We were guided through on a free guided walk by a guide and learned so much about the history of how people used to live. Is is definitely better having a guide so you can learn a lot more about the way people lived. There were some signs up in English. Worth a visit if you are going past.
撰写日期:2019年12月8日
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tubbies74
英国Pontypool3,679 条分享
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My wife spent aprox 30mins here, as its location is within the busy, vibrant streets of the old quarter in Hanoi..
There are no signs to show you how to get here, which is unfortunate..
The building is as it states, an ancient house, and its hundreds of years old.
There is an entrance fee of 10,000VND P/ P..
( aprox 35p).
Once inside, you have two floors that have artifacts spanning the generations that lived in during its history..
From kitchen utensils, too ornately decorated beds, and other furniture..
Signs on walls tell some of its story..
There really isnt much else that can be added for the purposes of this travellers forum..
It's not a MUST see in Hanoi..
But if you happen to come across it , then it is worth the time to see it and learn about it's part in the evolution of the old quarter living..
撰写日期:2019年11月10日
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