This is a hundred years old house, well preserved. Someone will take you across the house and explain it in English. The admission fee is moderate, with less than half a dollar per person, including a tour guide. Many people sell things on the street, especially trolleys. Wood products in houses and Pearl mothers embedded in wood are very precious.
When Hanoi was a small town, people had a profound understanding of the way of life. Visitors can enter all the rooms in the old house, visit the furniture that was laid out hundreds of years ago, and experience the living conditions of the original owners. Compared with visiting some of Hanoi's larger and more commercial museums, this old house is very special.
The old house is also hidden in an alley, not very impressive, even taxi drivers do not necessarily know, but as long as the address of the old house is told, it can still be found. The cabin now operates some clothing and craft accessories outside the house, and there is a ticket to go in and visit. The cottage is not big. It is two stories high. There is a soul hall upstairs. There are some old furniture to enjoy.
No. 87 Fujingjie Ancient House (Address - "87P Ma May) - "Old Town Traditional House, Exquisite Wood Structural Building, Two Floors, can be visited inside. Built in the late 19th century, the typical Vietnamese style ancient house, tubular tower, is vertically divided into five compartments, carved wooden stairs, patio, ancient utensils. There are also some exquisite souvenirs sold here.
In fact, the architectural style is more unique. It's a scenic spot. It's sloppy.