Chinese Assembly Hall Destinations

Chinese Assembly Hall

On the right side of the Fuckjian pagoda and in the center of the township was an important establishment built by the Chinese in 1741 to  worship the Thien Hau (Heavenly Empress), under the name of Tang Assemply Hall.The Assembly Hall was reconstructed in 1855 and in 1928 it became the Chinese if Assembly Hall. [...] Read more >>
Ong Pagoda Destinations

Ong Pagoda

Ong Pagoda dedicated to the worship of Quan Kong, is situated in front of Hoi An market. lt is a very; old site, called Quan temple. The pagoda was built roughly in the middle of XVII, when the Ming Dynasty was defeated by the Manchus. Ong Pagoda dedicated to the worship of Quan Kong, is [...] Read more >>
Phuc Kien pagoda (Phuc Kien assembly hall) Destinations

Phuc Kien pagoda (Phuc Kien assembly hall)

Fukjianese were Chinese traders who first came to Hoi An in great number, at least in the XVII century. That was the reason why all above mentioned gods were worshipped in this pagoda after the collapse of the old pagoda. This is the most well-known assembly hall in the ancient town. Visitors regardless of being [...] Read more >>
Bridge Pagoda Destinations

Bridge Pagoda

The thing that brought the fame to   Hoi An was the Bridge Pagoda built by the Japanese. The Japanese built it themselves or they hired the Chinese to build it? It is the question of history. We only know that this pagoda is located on the water stream with strong currents especially in the flooded [...] Read more >>
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