1st stop to Pinang Peranakan Mansion
Adult : RM $20 per pax
Child : RM $10 per pax
(age below 12 years old)
Child below 6 years old (Free entry)
Daily from 9:30 am to 17:00 pm
Standing outside the mansion, at this moment I felt like going back to the past.
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Main entrance to mansion.
Trishaw service available in front of the mansion.
You can also find 2 trishaws display in front of the mansion.
Relaxing ourselves at the living hall area. Can you imagine how it look like during the old days.
Little Javier start to imagine himself as a Peranakan boy.
If you like to explore heritage things, this place definitely a good place for you to visit.
Storage baskets in the old days.
Long dining table in the hall.
Can you imagine this scene, when the Peranakan family members gather together having their meal in this area.
This long sitting area was found right behind the back yard.
Liquor Storage Cabinet
Toilets behind the back yard.
Every room has different type of display.From traditional Chinese Culture and some combination of Western Culture.
We came to the kitchen area.
A small cafe in the kitchen area.
Since we are here, I decided to order a cup of White Coffee, rice dumpling and Boiled Egg to try.
Food Rating :
Coffee : 9/10
Boiled Egg : 7/10
Nyonya Rice Dumpling : 7/10
Boiled Egg taste bland.
Cooking Stove in the kitchen.
Among all the portraits and paintings, I like this painting the most.
Collection shelves keeping all types of Porcelain Utensils.
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