Hoi An ancient town

Trung Hoa Assembly Hall is at 64 Tran Phu Street, right of Phuoc Kien Pagoda. Established in 1741, it was then called Duong Thuong Assembly Hall.

Hoi An is a beautiful town in Vietnam. While traveling in Goi An, you will get to see various beautiful historical buildings and many other tourist attractions.

The name Old House of Tan Ky itself suggests that the building is one of the remotest historical buildings in Hoi An. The age of the old house is approximately a couple of centuries.

Among the various popular assembly halls in Hoi An, Vietnam, the Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien), Hoi An is the exceptional one.

The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is one of the famous tourist attractions in Hoi An, Vietnam. The original Vietnamese name of this bridge is “Lai Vien Kieu”.

The Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall, Hoi An is one of the most famous historical buildings in Hoi An, Vietnam

The Tran Family Home and Chapel, Hoi An is one of those chapels in Hoi An, Vietnam that belong to the early nineteenth century.

The small fishing town of Hoi An situated on the banks of the Thu Bon River, is a quiet place that affords its visitors ample scope for relaxation. The town’s other claim to fame is its many pagodas and shrines.

Quan Thang is currently seen as one of the nicest ancient houses in Hoi An. It is over 150 year old and carries the architecture style of Hoa Ha, China.

This communal house is considered as the religious architecture of Minh Huong People - Chinese people obtained Vietnamese citizenship in order to worship heroic ancestors.

Cam Pho communal house was built rather early and restored in 1817.

Bale well is one of the few old wells in Vietnam - as old as a thousand years - and still attracts the attention of the local people, who have loved, protected, respected and even worshiped it over the years.

Duc An old house at 129 Tran Phu st, it isn’t overrun with travellers or souvenir sellers. Its owner, Mr Phan Ngoc Tram - a direct descendant of the founding family - claims that’s because he dislike other historic house owners, he has resisted the temptation to give over his floorspace to souvenir selling.

This house was built in the late 19 century. The ancestors of the owner is a U.S. trader. In particular, the interior decoration were an combination of Vietnames, Chinese and Japanese style.