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The museum presents quite an informative history about little known facts about the Chinese in the Philippines, showing how they have contributed economically, politically and genetically to Manila. In fact, the trivia I learnt while at the museum gave me some unexpected depth to places...More
Bahay Tsinoy showcased Chinese contribution in the Philippine Life and History. In their display in this museum, helps the visitors trace Chinese influences on the Philippines from the earliest days to the present, The dioramas showcased the pre-Spanish Chinese trading, and the establishment of the...More
Right in the middle of a historical place called Intramuros in Manila. This museum is dedicated to the Chinese heritage in the Philippines.
Great full scale exhibits of Chinese beginnings in the Philippines. From being trading partners during the pre -hispanic times, traders and business...More
We entered this museum in a nice light rainy day, so it was our shelter from the rain. Tickets then start watching many statues and wallpaper for the common history among both countries. Third floor is a video show with a famous wallpaper: I am...More
It was raining but still there was a man outside the museum handing out leaflets. I went back later and discovered this treasure of a museum.
The Chinese community in Manila is prosperous but insecure, a privileged minority. Many times, they keep quiet and get...More
Hard to beat this immersive museum. It's a must-see again & again every time I visit this part of the world. A reminder to the museum to update some information such as adding the date of death of some people such as Cory Aquino, etc.