Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation
Museum of Sa Huynh Culture & Museum of the Revolution
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Japanese Covered Bridge
This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community to link...
Morning Glory Cooking School
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Hoi An Roastery
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Casual and laidback eatery owned by well-known Vietnamese-North American chef Duc Tran which focuses on authentic and tasty versions of...
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Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation information
Founded in 1786, this assembly hall has a tall, airy entrance that opens onto a splendidly over-the-top mosaic statue of a dragon and a carp. The main altar is dedicated to Quan Cong. The garden behind has an even more incredible dragon statue.