Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion called as Blue Mansion due to the colour of the building. Cheong Fatt Tze is the original owner name of the mansion who born in 1840. He was a chinese businessman and he had a lot business ventures in different places. The reason of the mansion is blue because chinese believes white colour brings death and mourning so Cheong Fatt Tze painted the mansion into indigo blue. The mansion served as his home and office until his death in 1916.
The Blue Mansion was sold to a small group of Penang preservationists who took to restore it. After the restoration, the Blue Mansion was opened for public viewing as a boutique hotel.
Tang Double Suite Room
The Tang Double Room is spacious at 53 square meters, it is 1.5 times the size of a “Liang Double Room”.
The room was too big for me to relax, but when I came into bed, the bed was so comfortable that I naturally fell asleep!
The keys were large and heavy, as they would be in a video game world.
The structure is reminiscent of an old-fashioned bathroom, and the atmosphere here alone would make for photogenic photos.
The Jacuzzi was just the right warmth and just the right strength.
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This is the entrance of Blue Mansion. Only house guests of the mansion, tour participants, and restaurant customers are allowed to enter here.
The reception desk is located to the left after entering the entrance.
Symmetrical chairs and tables are all arranged according to Feng Shui
This Courtyard serves all day dining and afternoon tea.
Afternoon tea was served in the courtyard. Even though the sun was out, it was surprisingly cool and relaxing!
There is a hidden bar in this mansion, a visit just to the Bar would be nice too!
The bar surrounded by indigo blue was photogenic!
This drink makes me drunk as it is so beautiful!
From here, only house guests can go to this area. The houseguest area is very photogenic, so if you want to take pictures, stay at the Blue Mansion!
This spiral staircase is so iconic of the Blue Mansion that many people took pictures with it.
Old style wooden window looks really gorgeous.
The chair and table patterns are really hard to see in this generation.
There is a small swimming pool beside the mansion, but I would not recommend swimming in it, it was not cleaned very well.
House guests can take the tour for free!
You can see the traditional dress of Baba Nyonya and the dress of Chinese marriage culture, which you can only see if you take a tour.
The sleeping bed stand from the past looks luxury.
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Only house guests and restaurant customers can experience the Blue Mansion at night. The tour ends at noon, so you will not see the beautiful light decorations at night.
Ginger is An adorable house cat “Ginger”, she is shy and doesn’t approach me very often, but she is good friends with the housekeeper.
Night view from the Courtyard.
Unlike during the daytime, the red lanterns illuminate the indigo blue walls, creating an even more magical atmosphere.
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