Timings : Monday to Saturday : 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed on Sundays
Entry Fee : THB 150 per person
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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