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I don't get people's reviews suggesting this is a tourist trap, of all the things in Hoi An to see I feel this is one of the most pleasant and definitely after the main few sites the best use of one of your 5 old...More
We used one of our 5 Old town tickets to see the dance and music show in the afternoon and it was really worth the visit!
It was great to see some of the traditional dances and songs performed by a young group of people!...More
It's a tourist trap. And a bad one at that. I was as bored as the musicians. The music was fine, but the show was embarrassing. Bad costumes and worse dances. Or the other way around...
Go spend your time somewhere else. Or waste it...More
Sure, some complain that this is a tourist trap but really! Where in the world isn't? At least it is cheap (VND 20k) and air conditioned - and I for one enjoyed the distraction.
3 shows daily 10.15am, 3.15pm and 4.15pm.
I didn’t take any photo during the show. It was a small theatre and a small stage but the show was so beautiful. It took about half and hour for the whole show and ticket price was cheap. I’d like to recommend ALL you guys...More
We visite this as a part of our five-places tourists ticket and went out laughing out loud.
The music was played well but it was more like a circus for morons than a showcase of tradition.
Many colorful lights, very ugly sparkling costumes and mainly...More
Currently they have 3 shows lasting 1 hour each, per day 10.15 / 15.15 / 16.15 We went on the 10.15 show, at the entrance, they will give you 1 bingo card each person and 1 leaflet explaining the 5 short performances (photo below)
That was our spontaneous choice for the evening and it was the best we could go for in Hoi an. The show was lovely and I think it's great for everyone who wants to see something traditional and get to know the culture a bit...More
A mix of dancers and musicians performing in an intimate little old style theatre. The musicians are brilliant - they played some Vietnamese songs but also their own alternative rendition of Johann Strauss' "The Blue Danube waltz". The dance performances were equally entertaining with some...More