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Hoi Quan Hai Nam

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Morning Small group to Marble Mountains - Am Phu Cave - Monkey Mountain
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Morning Small group to Marble Mountains - Am Phu Cave - Monkey Mountain

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Exploring exotic scenes of Nature and Human <br><br>Marble Moutain is well-known as the most beautiful site not only among Vietnamese but also tourists. It carries an amazing value of combination between many mable and limestone caves.<br><br>Monkey Mountain should be on religion/culture lovers’ checklist. Many exciting stories of history and culture based on Buddhism have been told when visiting this place. You could also see the giant statue of Laddy Buddha which set a new record in height.
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Raymondale wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia746 contributions162 helpful votes
it is one of the chinese assembly hall in Hoi An,i visited here in september last year.this assembly hall is a memorial to 108 merchants from Hainan Island who were mistaken for pirates and killed in Quang Nam province. The main hall is for worshiping those merchants killed at sea.The founders of the hall are worshiped on the left of the main hall, the God of Wealth is honored on the right side.This hall is simple in its design when you compare it to the other halls around town,but still worth a visit if you love to know more chinese immigrants history in Hoi An.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Bulbul wrote a review May 2019
Mumbai, India178 contributions43 helpful votes
The hall was built in 1851. The hall has a section dedicated to 108 Chinese merchants who were killed because they were mistaken for pirates. The hall is well maintained and worth a visit. Look for the spiral incense sticks on the ceiling. They are quite fascinating.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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chuckymustdie wrote a review Apr 2019
619 contributions53 helpful votes
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This was our 2nd time in Hoi An so we were visiting some of the less popular attractions. It is behind the market, almost out of old town so I don’t think a lot of people bother going to it. Bonus for us as we had it to ourselves. I very much liked this place. It has an understated elegance and charm. An underrated attraction well worth the visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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dhadra45 wrote a review Aug 2018
Letchworth, United Kingdom6 contributions
Lady was very rude at No.96 Bach Dan street, she told us that we ordered a different dish to what was served, she was very rude also in-front of others, the brother did not apologise either and asked why we didn’t approach him??? We approached the sister who should of replaced the dish before we started this, instead her voice was louder than her, other customers where astonished. The younger daughter also tried her luck when serving a large larger instead of a regular, hey I know foods pretty good value, just look at what I got, seriously attend with CAUTION
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Date of experience: August 2018
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wildfirejc wrote a review Dec 2017
Lydd, United Kingdom206 contributions72 helpful votes
We spent a lovely 30 minutes sitting there in the courtyard, absorbing the peaceful surroundings...which is very unusual for Hoi An - because there are people, bicycles, motorbikes and cars hooting everywhere else. It is very elaborate - unlike the Fujian Assembly Hall - but nevertheless, there are some intricate bits - I like the elephant pots - where within them are micro ecosystems of guppies, waterplants and a tree growing out of it.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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