[Hoi An Ancient City] The ancient city is a fusion of Chinese, Japanese and Western cultures, and is especially influenced by China. The streets full of restaurants, cafes, and tailor shops give it a strong French style. Drink a cup of drip coffee, eat a Vietnamese spring roll, look at the Vietnamese bride wearing Ao Dai, life is nothing more than this [smile]
In the ancient town of Hoi An, there are many traditional Chinese guild halls, among which the largest is the Cantonese guild hall. The guild hall is the former chamber of commerce abroad, so it has a very important position. The size of the guild hall is also the local wealth. It’s a symbol of the guild hall. You have to collect tickets separately when you enter the hall. It’s pretty on sunny days.
The Guangzhao Assembly Hall is the closest to the Japanese Bridge, to the west of the ancient town of Hoi An. It should be a Guandi Temple, which is dedicated to Guan Shengdijun and his horse. The area is not large, and the ancient buildings are very characteristic of the South, and the tourists are like weaving. Take pictures with patience.
The ancient city of Hoi An... Located in Da Nang, Vietnam, there are four must-see attractions in the ancient city. The Cantonese Assembly Hall is the most typical representative of them. Hoi An was the first place where the Chinese settled, so there were many Chinese chambers of commerce here. The Guangzhao Guild Hall was the largest and the best preserved. The antique Chinese architecture is worth exploring.
Guangzhao Guild Hall, the four Chinese characters "Guangzhao Guild Hall" on the door plaque are very cordial. You will never miss the main road east from Yuanqiao. As the name suggests, it is the guild hall of Cantonese and Zhaoqing people. The scale is not as large as the Fujian Guild Hall, but it is very delicate. The Nine-Dragon sculpture in the back garden is shocking, and there is a five-goat sculpture exactly like the one in Yuexiu Park. It can be seen that the Chinese in Hoi An have been working hard to inherit and protect the precious culture left by their ancestors. We have seen craftsmen scribble gold plaques in the ancestral hall. You need to buy a Hoi An pass to enter the area, 120,000 dong per person, you can visit 5 attractions.