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Tuong Art is a long tradition of the Vietnamese. Every character on the stage draws a mask to symbolize the character of the character they are performing. Each color on the mask symbolizes the personality and role of the character. White face (beautiful face, calm...More
Perhaps my perception would have been better had I gone at the right time. I did try to ascertain when the much talked about performance was to be; however, did not come across anyone who could help comfirm it. There is of course an opportunity...More
Yes, get there early so you have the seat at the start of the music. About 15 more minutes or more before is scheduled to start. Also go to the back of the venue to see how silk lanterns are actually made. You can also...More
During a tour of the Ancient Town we watched a traditional music show in Hoi An. There were local artists singing, dancing and playing traditional instruments. The show went for approximately 30 mintues and was well worth the time spent. The Vietnamese local artists should...More
Of the 22 sightseeing places in Hoi An Old Town this is far and away the best.
Like a lot of things in this region the arrangements are not always clear ;-)
If you have bought the (5) Old Town tickets you can use one...More
This is an excellent free show in the old town and gives a taster of some of the different musical traditions of the region. I particularly liked the singing "bingo" caller which reminded me of the Spanish Gordo Lottery in Spain, the numbers of which...More
You can stop by here with your ticket to enter Hoi An ancient city. Although a lot of the sites within the old city were disappointing we found this performance to be very soothing. The musicians playing are very talented and the dancers are fun...More
To compliment Hoi An's charm, Xu Dang Trong has daily music and art performances. There's a lady that explains each performance beforehand so you don't get lost in translation. I think it's worth a visit in addition to the various activities in Hoi An.