A different approach to an old concept of mine, Oriental House is a new grid-deduction puzzle based once again off exits and entries.
The rules are as follows: Draw a path from S to F, passing through every square exactly once.
The areas defined by bolded lines are 'rooms'. You may pass through rooms more than once. When the path passes over an arrow, the path segment inside that room over that arrow must either have entered or exited in that direction. Below are some examples of what is and isn't allowed, to make this rule a bit clearer.
These blue paths above are all fine paths since they all either exit or enter in the direction indicated by the arrow.
These red ones are bad because they don't exit or enter in the direction of the arrow. The first one is bad because moving in that direction during the path isn't enough - you MUST exit or enter in that direction.
The last one is bad, even though the room does get entered upwards - an arrow clue must apply to the entrance and exits of the path segment it lies on, not all entrances of the room in general.
Also, note that the path can pass over multiple arrows on a single entry. If both arrows are of the same orientation, then the restriction is the same as a single arrow.
Your real challenge is below.