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Phuket Thaihua Museum

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28 Krabi Road, Talad Nuea, Phuket Town, Phuket 83000 Thailand
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Kaushik G wrote a review Jan 2021
Mumbai, India4068 contributions598 helpful votes
Thai Hua Museum is located in old Phuket town and we had visited the same during our sightseeing tour in Phuket. Entrance tickets are priced at 200 baht per person. This museum showcases the life and times of the Chinese who migrated to Phuket and how the Chinese contributed to the development of the island. It also highlight contribution to the local culture of the migrants.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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saipan28 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand276 contributions27 helpful votes
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If you’re already in Phuket Old Town, you might as well want to drop by this museum and learn about the history of Chinese in Phuket. The museum is alright, but not a must-see place. Theres also entrance free. In case you want to visit sone other museums to learn about Phuket, I heard about Phuket Mining Museum that is also interesting and knowledgeable, but it was under renovation during the period I wanted to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ingeborg56 wrote a review Jan 2020
Oslo, Norway2091 contributions695 helpful votes
Here one learns about the history of the Chinese history here. One also learns a lot of Chinese culture in general. It is also an useful way to learn about the tin production which was important in Phuket during last century.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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thelonious22 wrote a review Jan 2020
Seongnam4190 contributions717 helpful votes
Thai Hua Museum charges a rather expensive 200 baht entrance fee considering the quality of the display. The building itself is a picturesque piece of architecture but good photos of it can be taken without entering. The exhibits are about the Chinese who settled in the area and could be interesting. However, the displays lacked interesting visuals to go with the thorough but lengthy explanations.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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caterinamm57 wrote a review Nov 2019
Derby, United Kingdom52 contributions21 helpful votes
200thb wasted. Informative I'm sure but it was just writing and photos, expected artifacts but very very few. The buttons didn't work either. Poor excuse for a museum.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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