Built in 1854, this neo-classical mansion has faint Asian influences, including its terracotta roof and central tower, relics of the 1942-5 Japanese occupation of the city. The house isn’t open all year round but keep your eyes peeled online for the next open day announcement in October. It’s worth it for the chance to explore the building’s sumptuous ballroom and ornamental garden.
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Upper Albert Rd, Mid-Levels