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It won’t take you long to explore but it is worth spending one of your Old Town ticket vouchers on this temple as the back is very peaceful and the front part has a striking roof as well as being decorated in a typically atmospheric...More
Quan Cong temple and pagoda are both easily accessable in old town Hoi An. We didn't have a lot of time here as part of an organised tour though I would have enjoyed longer time maybe 2-3 hours to truly appreciate.
Enter and walk around both temple and pagoda which will amaze you with its stunning architecture as well as some brilliant statues. The pagoda temple part will require you to remove you shoes to enter the religious section of it should you wish to pay...More
This Quan Cong Temple shares an area on the street as the Quan Am Pagoda and it can be difficult to separate what is with which entity. There are art galleries inside (no photos). The lovely water garden is a lovely resting place for contemplation...More
Founded in 1653 and this small temple is dedicated to the three generals Quan Cong in the middle and other two guards, Chau Thong the civil mandarin on the right and Quan Binh the administrative mandarin the left. The three symbolize the generals of bravery,...More
We visited over twenty temples on our trip, if this is your thing then our advice would be to visit as many temples as you can, just so thought provoking and we will be touched for ever at the experiences we had, thank you Vietnam.
Visited this temple today. I notice some of the listings on Trip Advisor are incorrect and pertain to another temple in the same street.
Visit here will probably take you less than 20 minutes. There is a separate art exhibition within the temple but nothing...More
We went here on a guided tour of Hoi An. The tour guide explained about the history and culture of the temple and what the different parts of the temple represented and meant. I loved it! Apart from the temple itself there is a small...More
Typical temple but particularly enjoyed the fung shui/zen type gradens with bonsai trees and dragon statues
Dont forget you need to wear approriate clothing to enter all temples with shoulders and knees covered