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Each of the many animal statues in this stunning meeting hall symbolize some life quality such as wisdom, longevity and nobility; Chinese merchants from the Phuc Kien province built this structure in 1697.
Hoi An is a very nice place at night but if you go there in high season, It will be very terrible because of the crowds. Hoi An special food is good too, from the things sold on the road to the things sold in...More
The entrance is set back from the street and I almost walked past this fascinating place. Well worth a visit, stunning interiors and fascinating murals. Wish I had taken a guided tour, would have loved to know more about the meaning and significance of some...More
We tried to visit one of each type of site/building so our choice for a assembly hall fell on this one. Very nice. I found it annoying that after paying entry, we also had to pay for the (dirty) toilets (nowhere else in the old...More
Visited this Fikian Assembly Hall with very nicely decorated and colourful entrance gate. There is a siting hall before the main temple worship building. There are 2 empty side halls with photos and names of the Fikian clan who lived in Hoi An in the...More
Hoi An’s heritage masterpiece to see.
The ancient town ticket gives you entry to 5 places and this is a definite to see and not hard to find.
Entrance of courtyard is spacious and inviting and one is amazed by the artistry of the Fujian...More
For Chinese people like us, this place is ok. Even though it's nice, but nothing really wow us. We have seen this too many times in other places like China, Taiwan, Malaysia, etc. But for non-chinese, I think it's worth to take a look!