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...
There are more guild halls here. The columns and eaves of the Chaozhou Guild Hall are more exquisite, and sculptures with dragons as elements or stories as the theme fill the hall, and it is not difficult to see the ingenuity of the Chinese from the wood carvings on the walls.
Because of the gathering of Chinese, there are many Chinese guild halls in Hoi An. The Chaozhou Guild Hall is one of the four convention halls. It was built in 1845 and has distinct characteristics of Chaozhou culture. The vermillion doorpost supports the second-story green glazed tile roof, and the cornices are warped. The figures, flower and fruit carvings of the shrine incense table are delicate and unique in shape. It is said that all its construction materials were shipped from the hometown of Chaoshan. Very aging!
Chaozhou Guild Hall is not far from Qiongfu Guild Hall. The two halls can be visited together, each with its own characteristics. There is an old man at the entrance of Chaozhou Guild Hall who is here to check the tickets. He feels stiff attitude. It seems that tourists owe him. It seems more fierce than the door god at the entrance of the Guild Hall. Haha, just kidding, the layout of the hall can still be appreciated carefully. of.
I feel that this can’t be regarded as a scenic spot. This is just a place where Chinese people gather in a chamber of commerce. You can go in and visit, but there are not many people. The decoration inside is also very beautiful, the Chinese color is still very strong, and familiar languages can be heard. kind.