Worth a visit, get the curator to take you to the roof and underneath where they heated the water. Very interesting, but needs a guide to get the best of it.
I think it is on of the most beautiful places in stone town but unfortunately they didn't do any care of that there you can see fantastic and amazing old Persian architecture in any corner but need very more care if you go to stone town you should give some times for visiting this place
The baths were designed by a businessman from Iran and built by the Turkish contractor. Sad story is that the baths are not operative while similar design in Instanbul Turkey built around the same time is said to be a good tourist attraction. I honestly plan to visit someone in the near future. Anyone to share with me other attractions... More
Amazing place must have been buzzing in its heyday. The care taker took us around the back to show us the original well and the rooftops with the skylights.
Interesting enough to see the layout of the stone chambers and baths. Some confusion over the entry price which seemed negotiable but 1000/- (40p) seemed about right.
Atmospheric and disused. Well worth a visit and a quiet sit down away fro the friendly hassle of the streets outside.
It's worth a quick look to see a bit of Stonetown's history and is fairly cheap (1500 shillings) so you don't have much to lose! It would be nice to see it better restored like similar Persian baths in Iran or even still operational like those in Turkey as I think it would have been hard to appreciate if we... More
The baths are interesting but you really need to go with a guide to appreciate what is there or have a good guidebook. There are a few signs but very little information provided at the site itself. The former glory is hard to picture in the current rundown state.
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