- Japanese Covered Bridge
Cau Pagoda is a pearl in the heart of Hoi An. The bridge was built in the late 16th century and is called the Japanese Bridge. In the middle of the bridge there is a small shrine worshiping the Great Emperor. The bridge is quite unique with the structure, decorative motifs show the harmonious combination between Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and Western architectural styles.
Location: The bridge across the creek flows into the Thu Bap River bordering Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and Tran Phu.
- Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall
Legend has it that the forerunner of the Assembly Hall is a small shrine worshiping the statue of Thien Hau Thanh Mau (the goddess of protection for traders surpassing the ocean wind) picked up on the coast of Hoi An in 1697. Through many restoration , with the main contribution of Fujian State, the more crowded assembly hall, contributing to the beauty of the ancient architecture of Hoi An.
Location: 46 Tran Phu Street
- Trieu Chau Assembly Hall
The convention was built in 1845 by the Chinese state of Chieu Chau to worship the General of the Maitreya – the god of tyranny, which helped to make trade in the sea smooth and smooth. The restaurant has a special value of architectural structure with sophisticated wooden frame, along with motifs, wooden candlesticks and beautiful terracotta reliefs.
Location: 92B Nguyen Duy Hieu.
- Quang Dong Assembly Hall
It was built in 1885 by the Cantonese Chinese, first to worship Thien Hau Thanh Mau and Confucius. After 1911, it was converted to Quan Cong and Preah Vihear. The rational use of wood materials, stone in the force bearing structure, decorative details bring the Assembly of beauty pedestal, own. Every year on Nguyen Luu, for Quan Cong (24th of June lunar calendar) there is a very popular festival attracting many participants.
Location: 176 Tran Phu
- Tran Family Temple
Tran Toc church was built in 1802 by a Tran family (a large family from China who immigrated to Hoi An in the 1700s) following the traditional Chinese and Vietnamese principles of Feng Shui. Located on a land area of about 1500 m2, there are many items: the church itself, grandparents and display relics related to the family, the house … Church of the Tran Hoi An ancient church style the ancient Vietnamese church was built in the ancient style of ancient architecture.
Location: 21 Le Loi Street.
- Museum of History – Culture
Founded in 1989, the museum displays 212 original artifacts and valuable materials in pottery, porcelain, bronze, paper, wood … reflecting the stages of urban development – the commercial port of Hoi An from the time. Sa Huynh culture (from the second century AD) to the Cham culture (from the 2nd to 15th centuries) and the Dai Viet culture, Dai Nam (from the 15th to the 19th centuries).
Location: 13 Nguyen Hue Street.
- The House of Ky Tan Ky
Built nearly 200 years ago, Tan Ky House has the typical architecture of Hoi An town with furniture divided into many rooms, each with its own function. The front of the house is the place to open the shop, the back side of the river to serve as a place to import goods.
The house is built by traditional materials and is made by local carpenters, local mason should have a unique appearance, agility, elegance and show the interaction with the style of ant in the area. On February 17, 1990, Tan Ky was granted a Certificate of National Historical-Cultural Relics.
- Hoi An handicraft workshop
The workshop brings together most traditional handicrafts of Hoi An and Quang Nam, such as weaving mats, weaving fabrics, pottery, lacquerware … Visit the workshop, visitors will find a peaceful landscape of a village image. Vietnamese countryside; Visually witness the skillful hands and excellent skills of artisans, creating fine art and fine craftsmanship. Tourists can take part in the production process of the craft and buy some souvenir items.
Location: No. 9 Nguyen Thai Hoc
More information: There are 21 points to buy new tickets to visit when tourism Hoi An. Domestic guests: VND 60,000 / ticket / 3 points of sightseeing; Foreigners: VND 120,000 / ticket / 6 cultural works. Discount policy: 15 guests are exempted from one ticket; Group of 8 guests free guide; Children under 16 are free to visit. Where to buy: Hoi An Tourist Office.
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