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About Bahay Tsinoy Museum

The Bahay Tsinoy is a building in Intramuros, Manila, Philippines which houses the Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center, a museum documents the history, lives and contributions of the ethnic Chinese in the Philippine life and history.

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Museum & heritage center exploring contributions & influences of the Chinese in Philippine culture.

The museum heritage center explores the contributions of Chinese culture to Philippine culture.

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Hours of operation

2PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
1PM - 6PM
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on Sun Jul 17 2022
You can experience history that is not in books. The firsts Chinese did, which Filipinos copied.
on Sat Feb 05 2022
Reconstruction still ongoing. No date has been set.
on Fri Dec 10 2021
Bahay Tsinoy displays and highlights the cultural and socio-economic aspects of Philippine life. Life-size dioramas depicting the early stages of Chinese immigrant societies are on display, and they are clearly explained. At the same time there was an exhibit that showed the Mao Zedong phenomenon in mainland China.
on Fri Nov 26 2021
This is a great spot to trace the Chinese immigration to Philippine shores and to explore their socioeconomic cultural political influences and contributions to Philippine society.
on Wed Jan 27 2021
The museum is currently closed and new roads are being constructed around it. No one knows when the museum will reopen.
on Mon Oct 19 2020
Nice museum
on Fri Jul 10 2020
This is a great place to find out about the Philippine history of Chinese immigrants
on Wed Jul 01 2020
It is well worth revisiting as the layout and explanations are very complete.
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