Chinese All-Community Assembly Hall
Museum of Trading Ceramics
Occupies a simply restored wooden house and contains artefacts from all over Asia, with oddities from as far afield as Egypt. While this...
Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation
Originally a traditional assembly hall, this structure was later transformed into a temple for the worship of Thien Hau, a deity from...
Quan Thang House
This house is three centuries old and was built by an ancestor who was a Chinese captain. As usual, the architecture includes Japanese...
The setting, inside one of Hoi An's most impressive traditional wooden houses is beautiful, and the accomplished cooking (both Western...
Lonely Planet review
Founded in 1773, this assembly hall was used by Fujian, Cantonese, Hainan, Chaozhou and Hakka congregations in Hoi An. To the right of the entrance are portraits of Chinese resistance heroes in Vietnam who died during WWII. The well-restored main temple is a total assault on the senses with great smoking incense spirals, demonic-looking deities, dragons and lashings of red lacquer – it’s dedicated to Thien Hau.