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Upon entering the compound, we will be amaze with the driveway and the size of the house. We just left our stroller at the ticket counter because its hard to push the stroller around the house. Enjoyed our visit and learning about the tjong a...More
We visited this mansion after lunch from soto Kesawan which is just opposite. Entrance fee was 35k rupiah per adult and free for toddler.
We recommend to get the helpful and friendly guide to help explaining the mansion and taking great pictures. They know where...More
One of great history in Medan. Tjong a fie is a great one with big heart. I can feel great sensation when I was in his old house. If you were in medan, don't forget to visit Tjong a fie mansion. Thank you
The interior of the building was well-preserved. With only 30.000 IDR of entrance fee, you could enjoy mesmerizing the luxurious Peranakan mansion of a prominent North Sumatra figure for an hour or less, not to mention taking good photos there.
Coming here for the first time and this mansion becoming the museum. According to me, the entrance ticket is too expensive. You need to pay IDR 35,000 per visit. The story and also the picture were provided. The visitor can know what happened in Medan...More
On my fist solo trip to medan, I do a little research on what I can do during my stay.
Since the hotel where I stay is not that far to this Mansion, so first thing to do after breakfast is visiting the Tjong A...More
It is a very impressive mansion with an interesting insight the live of a tycoon family during the time of colonialism. Unfortunately the exhibition with only very few informative texts omits the inhuman working conditions of the workers on which this wealth was built.