On the list of sites that can be visited with a single ticket. Worth a stop. Pretty, colorful and interesting and can be visited in just a few minutes.
This was the first Assembly Hall we visited during our stay in Hoi An. There were separate buildings to enter before you made it to the main Hall. It is well cared for and quite interesting.
This is a typically "Chinese" assembly hall with bright colours everywhere. The bonsai are great - very old and beautifully done. More spacious than many of the assembly halls in Hoi An and really worth a visit.
Nothing to say: it is a nice temple with a good conservation. The only problem is: when you have visited the first Assembly Hall, the other seem a reply ofthe first one. I wonder if it iscase to buy the sightseeing ticket, even because you can visit some of them without ticket.
Lots of lovely colours well kept . Great example of a temple right in the heart of hoian. The staff depending on there attention you can stroll in for free . There is a lot of details in the doors and arche ways . Great place to visit if you have time
Tip: buy the sightseeing ticket on the Information Center. Without it is impossible to visit the houses/ temple. All of them (except the Trieu Chau Assembly Hall) require it. The Information Center staff is very rude. This is the biggest assembly hall. The entrance is spectacular. The doors/ arches have lots of beautiful details. Inside you can also find nice... More
This was the most intricate of the clan homes and halls in Hoi An. Of particular note were the intricate painted carvings over the doors over the many entrances. The mosaic dragon was alos super cool. This place is the most photographed in Hoi Ann for a reason. It is beautiful!
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