While monumentally traditional in design, the Blue Mansion's eclectic architecture exemplifies 19th-century Malaysia, when the British Empire and Chinese kingdoms converged. Use your admission ticket for a 45-minute tour, conducted three times daily.
You'll wander through opulent courtyards and rooms once belonging to Cheong Fatt Tze, a legendary figure who held the monikers of 'Rockefeller of the East,' 'J.P. Morgan of China,' and the 'Last Mandarin and First Capitalist of China.'
Discover the architectural intricacy of his beloved mansion and the labor of love that went into the restoration of this now-iconic hotel. Learn how the design of the Blue Mansion demonstrated both Cheong Fatt Tze’s deepening fascination with Western artisanship and his rising stature as a Chinese official.