Traditional performances and handicraft workshops are in the ancient city of Hoi An. You can watch the performance when you are tired from visiting the ancient city. This performance has a fixed time every day. You can ask about the timetable the day before and go there on time. There are musical instrument performances, singing and dancing performances, and a small lucky draw. The prizes are local small crafts. Tickets can be Hoi An's general tickets, just cut one.
In Hoi An, it serves as a traditional haven and node for East-West trade. It is influenced by many cultures, especially the culture and customs from China. Many traditional industries and crafts here are very similar to the mainland. There are many restoration scenes here, which are very interesting.
The most famous handicraft is undoubtedly the flannelette lanterns with colorful, colorful and different shapes, which have obvious local characteristics compared with the traditional red lanterns in my country. The rest of the shops, bars and restaurants are very common. I have been around the town in about 3 hours. After lunch, I returned to the hotel to rest, but found that there was a power outage. The store immediately used a generator to supply power to me. With the rumbling noise, I barely fell asleep...Suddenly quieted down.
When you come to Hoi An, in addition to seeing the beautiful buildings and simple Hoi An people, you can also enjoy the traditional performances and handicraft workshops here. When buying tickets, remember to ask when the performance will start, twice a day. Anyway, it’s not a big deal, and there is no problem at all after watching the show and continuing to go shopping.
Hoi An Handicraft Workshop, which has many Vietnamese characteristic handicrafts, which is very good. Even if you don't buy any souvenirs, you can still stroll around and admire the craftsmanship of Vietnam. Visitors can also enjoy traditional Vietnamese music performances at 10:15 and 15:15 every morning (except Mondays).