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Chaozhou Hall (Trieu Chau)

Hoi An, Vietnam
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Most interesting and least crowded of Hoi An Halls

Not as garish so not attracting as many visitors yet well maintained, seemingly by the Chaozhou... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
EuForia_01
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California
Beautiful inside and out

Ok people can get tired of temples but this was a beautiful wee temple and again very easy to get... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2017
owlesey
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Nelson, New Zealand
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not as garish so not attracting as many visitors yet well maintained, seemingly by the Chaozhou community themselves. This is the original rice and tea trading people group situated between China's Guangzhou and Fujian provinces.

Thank EuForia_01
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

Ok people can get tired of temples but this was a beautiful wee temple and again very easy to get too. There is an entrance fee but was included in my afternoon tour.

Thank owlesey
Reviewed 20 March 2017

It is one of the beautiful ancestral hall of the Teochew people in Vietnam. Well maintain and serves as a gathering point for this particular speaking dialect in the Hoi An region. You may need a sub coupon to enter this place

Thank tengkin
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

There are so many different pagodas to see in Hoi An and this is another in a long list. Looks quite pretty from the outside. I didn't make it inside (perhaps a case of temple overload).

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 13 February 2017

On Tran Phu Street, the same as the Fukian Assembly Hall and many others stops, this Assembly place, as others have mentioned in their reviews, has nice carvings throughout, particularly in the back as part of the altar. The man who took our ticket was...More

Thank Bryan H
Reviewed 24 January 2017

One of the key attraction in this beautiful town, dont miss it. Take your time to get a fell for the various cultures.

Thank ChristineBindert
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Go and see this beautiful historic building from an ancient! Beautiful! Try to imagine yourself living in this time!

Thank MerryMaeve
Reviewed 10 September 2016

This is a lovely stop (tickets required), with lovely carvings on both inside and outside. This is the spot with the Daron to a carp carving is housed.

Thank Russ514
Reviewed 18 August 2016

these are some of the chinese culture left behind in vietnam. the roof is pagoda design. good architecture and well maintained. it is suppose to be a hall but looks like a temple. worth the visit.

Thank jeff1955malaysia
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Such a good illustration of the variety of Vietnamese culture and the different stands in the country. Well kept, pleasant, well woth a visit

Thank Patrick C
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Mary Ann B
Has this city always been known as Hoi An or has the name been changed?
24 March 2017|
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Response from Bryan H | Reviewed this property |
Wikipedia says, it was "formerly known as Fai-Fo or Faifoo."
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937rocky
is the beach warm enough to sunbathe in January is the pool clean is it possible to walk along most beaches how often does shuttle operate,start, finishing times
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