Phuket Thaihua Museum

Attraction 28 Krabi Road | Talad Nuea, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000, Thailand Published on: 26-06-2016

1 hours 30 mins
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:30 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Cultural
Family
Historic
Museum
Must see
Kids
Free
Architecture
0.17 USD

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Thai Hua Museum on Krabi Road is one of the most mordern golf courses in Asia where golf lovers will beone of the best looking and well-maintained Sino-Portuguese buildings in Phuket.

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Why Phuket Thaihua Museum is special ?

In 2008, the Thai Hua Museum was given an award in the category of constitutional and public buildings by the Siam Architect Association under the King’s patronage for its outstanding role in conserving architectural arts.


The Thai Hua Museum features a charming inner courtyard, which is open to the sky. It is considered one of the highlights of this type of Sino-Portuguese structure as the courtyard helps air the house, especially during summertime. It also has a lovely garden that exhibits large and heavy tools and machines from Phuket’s tin-mining years.


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What to explore at Phuket Thaihua Museum?

There are more than a dozen interesting exhibition rooms and short films in Thai and Chinese with English subtitles on both floors of the museum. Overall, the Museum does well in explaining Phuket’s history through many different angles with explanations about the Phuket-China connection, Thai Hua as the first Chinese-language school in Phuket, the Sino-Portuguese buildings on the island and Phuket’s traditional ceremonies, as well as its local cuisine.

Almost all of the Phuket Chinese left their homeland because of poverty and the majority came from Fujian Province towns such as Fuzhou and Xiamen. And because Phuket is a relatively small island, it’s easy to find out where exactly where the well known and influential Phuket families with Chinese backgrounds migrated from. Visitors will be able to see just that in one of the display rooms.

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How to get to Phuket Thaihua Museum?

It's located at 28 Krabi Road, Phuket Old Town area within walking distance from the famous Soi Romanee and Baan Chinpracha Mansion.

Selling points

  • Great Museum and Building Architecture
  • A little history to go with your tour
  • The Story of Phuket
  • Interesting place, worth a visit
  • Best Native Culatural Museum Phuket
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Duration
7.0 days
Estimated
343.45 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
27 places

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28 Krabi Road | Talad Nuea, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000, Thailand

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  • The admission fee is 50 baht for Thais and 200 baht for foreigners. More 200 bath for photograpgy
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  • The museum has a free car park in front of its building
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Almost all of the TV screens were broken. Took about 10 minutes to walk through. If you are not thai or Chinese stay away.

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This is a modern, wonderfully set up and maintained museum with interesting facts about the early Chinese migration to Phuket starting on a large scale with tin miners in the 1800's. These were followed by traders, bankers and families. Intermarriage with the local native population has produced a group of people that mostly have some Chinese ancestry. It outlines the families and their development into mine owners and wealthy businessmen within a few short years and their philanthropic contributions to Phuket's development over the years. It is set in an attractive old school building. History buffs would find it a worthwhile visit.

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