Timings : Tuesday to Sunday, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Closed on Monday
Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Entry Fee : Adults - PHP 100, Kids and Students - PHP 60
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Located on the Cabildo Streets in the city of Intramuros in metro Manila, Philippines, Bahay Tsinoy is an age old museum housed within the premises of the Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center building, which documents the history and contributions of the Chinese in the past life and development of the Philippines. The repository houses several dioramas, sculptures, porcelain collections, pictures and old coins that help depict the contribution of the sangleys (Chinese as called by the Spanish) in the growth of the city of Manila.
The museum also has lifelike scenes depicted from the lives of the Chinese and Mestizo (mix of Spanish and Philippino) when they lived in the ghettos. Basically, it traces a timeline of the development of the city right from the pre-Spanish Chinese trading to the Spanish era, the establishment of Chinese ghettos and the Galleon trading that happened between China and Europe through Manila. The museum is one of the top attractions in Manila and is especially popular among students and history buffs.
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