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Local History in Hoi An

TOP 1

Hoi An Old Town

4.4/5
904 Reviews
Hoi An
1.1km from downtown
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Ancient Settlement
叮叮走天下
"With the city of Lijiang in Vietnam, the ancient city of Hui'an, the biggest bright spot is the flower lights at night, so it is recommended to come in the afternoon, walk around the ancient city for coffee, eat Vietnamese seafood, and wait for the night light to come."
TOP 2

Japanese Covered Bridge

4.2/5
306 Reviews
Hoi An
1.3km from downtown
Historical Site
M29***62
"The Japanese bridge was built in 1593, originally by the Japanese, and was rebuilt and erected by the Chinese in the Ming Dynasty. The red paint of the wood has fallen off, much like the old Chinese bridges. Interestingly, the bridge is guarded by monkeys and dogs at one end, and Vietnam has 12 zodiacs, but slightly different from China."
TOP 3

Ipa-Nima

4.2/5
83 Reviews
Hoi An
884m from downtown
Historical Architecture
翱翔的大鲨鱼
"The Fujian Guild Hall is a relatively large Chinese building. Also known as the Jinshan Temple. Enshrined in it are the Queen of Heaven and God of Wealth. It is a Sanjinshen building with few ancient buildings in Hoi An. The reservation is very good. It feels a bit resplendent."
TOP 4

Bat Trang

4.2/5
55 Reviews
Hoi An
1.3km from downtown
Historical Architecture
热爱生活0618
"The Chinese Guild Hall is the earliest Chinese Guild Hall built by the Chinese in Hoi An. According to legend, it was built in the Ming Dynasty and was the base of the Chinese at that time. In addition to the goddess of the Queen of Heaven, there are several stone tablets that record the "previous lives and present lives" of the hall, as well as the Chinese martyrs who died in battle."
TOP 5

Ambassadors’ Pagoda

4.1/5
61 Reviews
Hoi An
1.3km from downtown
Historical Architecture
Cherry2009
"[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]"
TOP 6

Hoi An Museum

4.4/5
65 Reviews
Hoi An
918m from downtown
Museum
驴喵行
"The Hoi An History and Culture Museum is very small and only displays some symbolic handicrafts and black-and-white photos, so it can only give you a superficial impression of Hoi An; but you can also visit the Maru Temple in front, the courtyard wall decorated with ceramic mosaics covered with moss. Quite simple and simple."
TOP 7

Thay Pagoda

4.2/5
38 Reviews
Hoi An
978m from downtown
Historical Architecture
驴喵行
"Get out of the car...just fly over without putting any luggage...the familiar Chaozhou ancestral hall...Although it is not very big...but it really has a unique local customs...The Chaozhou Guild Hall is free of charge... The Arbor who guards the garden can speak Chaoyu..."
TOP 8

Phuoc Lam Pagoda

4.0/5
5 Reviews
Hoi An
1.9km from downtown
Historical Site
一米q
"The Lucky Tower, located in the center of Hoi An, Vietnam, is a historic building. The architecture of the Lucky Tower is exquisite and simple. The Lucky Tower is painted with many exquisite bright murals and many details of the style of Chinese architecture."
TOP 9

Old Quarter

4.0/5
13 Reviews
Hoi An
2km from downtown
Historical Architecture
2880000016
"Fuqing Pagoda is a highlight of the ancient city of Hoi An. Although this tower has been built for more than 500 years, it is still so tall and straight, and it is still so conspicuous in the ancient city of Hoi An. The tour guide did not tell us the origin of the name of Fuqing Pagoda. It is estimated that it was built by the person from Fuqing near Fuzhou, Fujian? I don't know."
TOP 10

tran duong house

3.8/5
5 Reviews
Hoi An
583m from downtown
Historical Architecture
2880000016
"In addition to a large number of ancient buildings with Chinese characteristics, Hoi An Ancient City also has Japanese-style buildings left by the Japanese, and a street is basically a colonial-era building left by France. This Tran Duong house is one of the most representative buildings. When you walk into it, in fact, under the appearance of the French architectural style, there are still Chinese elements such as Chinese mahogany furniture. It seems that China’s influence is too strong. Up."