Baan Ar-Jor Museum Homestay
come and experience how beautiful life would be 1936



Baan Ar-Jor (Great Grandparent’s Home), is a heritage non-profit museum home in a 3-story-8-room-resort mansion built in 1936 by a Chinese tin-mining businessman, Tan Jin Nugn. The mansion went through world war II only a few years back after being finished and was a safe nest and kitchen for Mai Khao communities till the war was over.

After being closed for 37 years, 2 great grandsons (the 4th generation) started to renovate and opened as the most romantic living museum, Michelin rewarded restaurant and homestay. The mansion and its detailed interior illustrates wealthy Chinese in Phuket lifestyle and indulge mixed over 100 years cultural richness.

The peony mural painting in the lobby is simply stunning. The owners themselves will guide all visitors around impressive family stories and valuable collections.

The entry fee is 200 Baht per person used to provide educational opportunities for children at Baan Mai Khao School. The restaurant uses 100% raw food material from local communities.


The Memory of Ar-Jor Chai
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The Memory of Ar-Jor Ying
Exhibition Only

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