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Timings : Monday to Saturday : 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed on Sundays

Entry Fee : THB 150 per person

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Chinpracha House, Phuket Overview

Baan Chinpracha or Chinpracha house is one of the eighteen Sino-colonial mansions in Phuket and is the only one open to the public. Visitors are free to explore the ground floor, two-bedroom upstairs and the kitchen; the rest of the house is closed for visitors as people still live here. The main highlights of the house are the sky lit inner courtyard (formerly with a well), indoor pond with fish and beautifully decorated flowers and also the kitchen with old-fashioned stoves, clay cooking pots and brass utensils.

The Chinpracha house, built in 1903 in the Sino-Portuguese style, gives a glimpse of the luxuries of a bygone era. With its beautiful Italian tiles, imported antique furniture, indoor pond and collection of personal items, it makes for a delightful little walk and exploration.

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How to reach Chinpracha House

One can walk along the famous Thalang road to reach the house. It is easy to spot the Chinpracha house as it is located next to the famous Blue Elephant Restaurant.

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