Thai Hua Museum, Phuket
Thai Hua Museum, Phuket - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Talat Nuea, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand
Ticket Price: 200 THB
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Museum, Family And Kids, Architecture , Courtyard
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About Thai Hua Museum, Phuket
Once upon a time this used to be a Chinese School, now it is one of the best museums on the island that occasionally also serves as an event space. The museum building is of Sino Portuguese architecture and historic to boot. The exhibits inside explore the Chinese history of Phuket in its most salient movements. This includes the Chinese migration to the island, the lifestyle of the Chinese, the island’s relationship with mainland China, the old tin mining industry, and a room exploring the legacy of the Chinese on the island. It really gives you an insight into certain influences on the island that you may not have otherwise noticed. The exhibits are beautifully presented, lit, and efficiently arranged. Check out the charming central courtyard of the building.
Thai Hua Museum Ticket Prices
- There is an extra 200 baht for photography.
Thai Hua Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- The parking area closes at 5:30pm.
How To reach Thai Hua Museum by Public Transport
- By Car
- Take a bus, tuk-tuk, or taxi to Phuket town.
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Worth it. First time we entered we think it just a local museum with 50 THB fees noting interesting but we were wrong it’s really good to visit there and you will know all the history of Phuket.
A community funded project to preserve and highlight the Chinese heritage in Phuket. Renovated from an old Chinese school, it's not big in sheer size or exhibits, but reflects well the the community spirit to their common Chinese language, culture and legacy.
Nice small museum in an old school building. Well organiszed. The staff is vey helpful.
I have never seen a museum worse than this. Everything was very dirty, the tour is difficult to understand and part of the installation are broken. The English subtitles were basically non existing and too quick to catch. Thanks for the adventure
Situated in Phuket old town.. there you can know about the people who migrated from China and set up mining business in Phuket.