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Tranquil atmosphere when we stepped up the rock staircase leading to the gate of the mansion. Heavily influenced by Chinese style architecture, with courtyards in between, wooden walls and terracotta roofs. It is exquisite!
This mansion was is the combination of 3 architecture of Western,China and native people. It was built in 9years in 1900s on the valley has a mound likes tortoiseshell. King of Meo peoples was very rich by selling drugs for French,many people said: when the...More
The house is amazing and beautiful. Love the old architecture. The design is quite unique and great for 30 minutes to explore around. You have to pay 20,000VNd to get in, but it's worth the price. There are some creepy restaurants around.
I came here with some friends as I heard about this place before. The architecture and design reflect the local spirit and past time. You get to know how the king Meo of the region lived. It is interesting.
Quite surprising to see such a nice piece of Chinese architecture in such a small village. It is quite a big mansion composed of different blocks sitting on a gentle slope. The detailing is quite impressive too. Worth to stop for a visit.
Not a "touristy" place and deceptively bigger than it seems at first. Interesting to see the living quarters such as the individual bedrooms of the three wives and explore the building. Remember to walk around outside. We saw the water cistern supplying water to the...More
It very nice place for visiting when you came dong van
It older house very nice to see
About design follow architecture viet nam and China
And also cavings stone... it so interesting place
Let's come and enjoy
We visited the oldest the house of Luong family which was built since 1890. The
Ancient Quarter is a consistent architectural community including, market and opposite to market is the row of the house of the local people which are very unique and suitable with...More