Bahay Tsinoy


Chinese Museum “Bahay Tsinoy”, located in Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center building, was designed by Eva Penamora in 1996 and opened to the public in 1999. The museum promotes cultural understanding between Filipino and local Chinese whereas you can see life-sized dioramas of chinese merchants, laborers and artisans, rare prints, photographs, and The Galleon ship used by early chinese as trading transportation in realistic settings. It also houses a gallery of the Ching Ban Lee Ceramics and other exhibits that shows how Chinese Filipinos and local Filipinos fought together during pre Spanish period. Entrance fee is P100 for adults, P60 for students.

Location: 32 Anda St, Intramuros, Manila, 1002 Metro Manila