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Katong Antique House, Singapore
(1.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Katong Antique House can only be visited by appointment. If you go there unannounced, the owner may not be in and you will not be allowed into his house if he isn't there. There is a fee of $15 to...  more »
  • It was a delight talking to Peter Wee, who is the Chairman of the Peranakan Association in Singapore. He offered great insights into the beginnings of Peranakan culture and cultures that influenced hi...  more »
  • The location is towards the end of the East coast road. Normal House, so I pass it. Once inside the central altar and, is dedicated to the God of Chinese and Malay. It was also the God of Japan. Peranakan age plenty of precious tableware and bead decorations for clothes, to actually see or touch. Talk: rooms at the sweet tea and katong, while the grandfather in this House of Peranakan history in plain English, please, is. Surrounded by valuable furniture in this room, across four generations, photos and small, feel the history. Rooms at the back is the hallway outside, kitchen. Were the colorful Bento and plate clean. Bake a cake in the kitchen, actually still use the smell. Kitchen has lots of small Windows. Airy was a kitchen brush. Peranakan history day.
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  • A privately owned antique house true to its name. It preserves most of the architecture and furniture from the Peranakan style, but it is losing its touch over time, noticeably.