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Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall

176 Tran Phu St, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Cantonese merchants built this meeting hall in Southeast Asian style, with a central courtyard surrounded by buildings brightly decorated with statues and carvings.
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Really great place to walk around and have a look at the history behind the area. the building itself is stunning along with its surroundings

Thank vampslayer01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a highly colourful and well preserved building in the middle of the ancient town. It is nice to see some of the Chinese influence and learn about the history. You are able to go here using your ticket for the ancient town.

Thank Caz C
Reviewed July 11, 2017

This was a beautiful building and small gardens with sculptures. You could come and just sit by the water features for a while and it would be a lovely part of your day! This was well worth using one of the tickets on the Old...More

Thank ImaginativeNameHere
Reviewed July 1, 2017 via mobile

This heritage Cantonese Assembly Hall is a well-preserved building in Hoi An Ancient Town. There's even wall murals and paintings of the historical War of the Three Kingdoms in China, depicting the famed Goddess of War "Guan Gong" or also known as "Gong Yu" ;...More

Thank wilsonhocw
Reviewed June 29, 2017

A good example of the ancestral halls that dot Hoi-An, in traditional Chinese style. Definitely a must-see!

Thank David M
Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

Located next to the Japanese Bridge and along the same street as Fujian Association is the Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall. A reflection of the Chinese influence and heritage is expressed in this assembly hall. It is amazing to have visited and walked with history...More

Thank Lian Tiong G
Reviewed June 22, 2017 via mobile

We got the old time pass and ticket and really couldn't decide which ones to visit. this wasn't on our list but we had a spare ticket so decided to go in. This is a gorgeous and tranquil space, hide from the heat inside the...More

Thank manchesterl76
Reviewed May 29, 2017

This is a fine assembly hall where merchants from Guandong Province used to meet. The hall is dedicated to a Chinese General called Quan Cong. The hall has beautiful embriodered wall hangings. The assembly hall is is a compound with lovely cool gardens where you...More

Thank CathyGri
Reviewed May 20, 2017

I enjoyed the sculptures and bas reliefs at Quang Trieu (see photos). One of the better finds in Hoi An and definitely worth a stop.

Thank Vijante-gigante
Reviewed May 14, 2017

The name indicates that this was built by the Siu sub-group from Canton or Guangzhou. But nothing else is explained at this place. Still, it is "photo-worthy" if you are from the West.

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