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Graciously understated Assembly Hall

Trieu Chau was our first stop on the heritage trail in Hoi An. It was memorable - not least for a... read more

Reviewed May 9, 2018
Sydney, Australia
Understated... for a Chinese temple!

Of several clan halls in Hoi An, this one is rather simple and less crowded. Intricate woodwork... read more

Reviewed April 10, 2018
Bernard B
Paris, France
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“assembly hall”(7 reviews)
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Another of the twenty assembly halls in Hoi An. Though it has some attractive detail, this assembly hall isn’t as elaborate as the Cantonese or Fukian.
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Reviewed June 20, 2018

This was a very interesting visit when walking in the old town. Chinese and not Vietnam and its worth getting someone to explain all the paintings.

Thank Leonie G
Reviewed May 23, 2018 via mobile

Step inside this old town attraction and be instantly amazed at the wood carvings that decorate the whole place.....the skill and craftsmanship of the woodworkers makes the mind boggle .Its easy to find being located close to the market and requires old town ticket for...More

Thank Scott D
Reviewed May 9, 2018

Trieu Chau was our first stop on the heritage trail in Hoi An. It was memorable - not least for a motor cycle rider heavily overloaded with eggs falling over and smashing most of them outside the gate! We found the hall nicely understated, but...More

Thank EHinOz
Reviewed May 3, 2018

Founded in 1845 by the overseas Chinese in Hoi An. It served the community and other religious activities and the main hall dedicated to the Deity of Waters, General Phuc Ba being worship for the smooth sailing of the traders during the ancient period. Beside...More

Thank KianHian L
Reviewed April 28, 2018

Take a nice walk inside this building, check the prayers of people written on pieces of paper, waiting to be fulfilled, check the gardens with beautiful paintings, two little bridges and a big statue of dragons. Very inspiring!

Thank Laura V
Reviewed April 10, 2018

Of several clan halls in Hoi An, this one is rather simple and less crowded. Intricate woodwork, nice fountains and a lovely courtyard. Worth visiting!

Thank Bernard B
Reviewed April 4, 2018

Nice, convenient location in the centre of Hoi An the sculptures, especially at the back of the building are very potogenic.

Thank Alan B
Reviewed December 23, 2017

My wife from this descent wanted very much to have a look inside. We bought acticket and went in, she had a long talk with one of the attendents from the same place as her ancestors originally came from

Thank Peter V
Reviewed December 5, 2017

One of the many old houses or assembly halls located around the old town of Hoi An. This one follows the usual pattern of having an ornate entry gate, a beautiful courtyard with statues & pools and the main hall, including a Buddhist shrine. Nice...More

Thank Andy F
Reviewed December 1, 2017 via mobile

We decided to step in here for the wood carvings, which are really amazing. Bonus was they have been repainted recently, so the colors just pop for photos, and we got to watch an artist touching up the murals on the walls. After the crazy...More

Thank ElaineMI
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Mary Ann B
March 23, 2017|
Response from Bryan H | Reviewed this property |
Wikipedia says, it was "formerly known as Fai-Fo or Faifoo."