Bahay Tsinoy

The Bahay Tsinoy Museum is a don’t-miss stop for history-minded visitors of Manila and for those of Chinese heritage. It is a museum which presents the story of the Chinese in Philippine history.



The Bahay Tsinoy is located in the historic Intramuros in Manila on Anda Street, making it easy to combine a visit to this museum with several other Intramuros attractions and amenities.



Furthermore, the museum helps each visitor trace Chinese influences in the Philippines from the earliest days up to the present, including displays on pre-Spanish Chinese trading, the Spanish era, the establishment of “parians”, the Galleon trade, which brought valuable goods from China to Europe through Manila, and the rise of Chinese Filipinos into the uppermost parts of business and government.




ching ban lee ceramic gallery
Ching Ban Lee Ceramic Gallery




Bahay Tsinoy
32 Anda St., corner Cabildo St., Intramuros (near Manila Cathedral), 1002 Manila
(632) 527.6083; (63922) 8901357
Museum Hours: Tuesdays-Sundays, 1pm to 5pm

Admission Fees:

Php100 Adults
Php60 Students

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