Phuc Kien Assembly Hall

Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall, located at 46 Tran Phu Street, was founded in 1690 and served the largest Chinese ethnic group in Hoi An (the Fujian). It contains the Jinshang golden mountain temple and is dedicated to Thien Hau, the … Continue reading

Cantonese Assembly Hall

The Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall, Hoi An is one of the most famous historical buildings in Hoi An, Vietnam. Besides having a great historical significance, the hall is also a popular tourist attraction. You will be enchanted by this … Continue reading

Duong Thuong Assembly Hall

Trung Hoa Assembly hall is at 64 Tran Phu Street, right to Phuoc Kien Pagoda. Established in 1741 with money contributed by the traders of five Chinese counties: Fukien, Zhao Zhou, Canton, Hainan and Jiain, it was then called Duong … Continue reading

The Zhao Zhao Assembly Hall

The Zhao Zhao Assembly Hall (also called Bon or Am Ban Pagoda) is located at 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu Street. It was built in 1845 by Chinese Zhao Zhao overseas coming from Trieu Chau (China) in order to serve the … Continue reading

The Hainan Assembly Hall

The house is located at 10 Tran Phu Street. It was built in 1851 by the overseas Chinese of Hainan County, who resided in Hoi An to serve the community and religious activities of Hainan and Jialing people. This Assembly … Continue reading