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Indulge yourself in the peace and tranquility of Hoian's countryside
Places of Interests

Listed as the World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1999, Hoian is now regarded as a living museum of ancient architecture presented by old houses, Chinese Assembly halls, temples .. etc. Below is the list of Highlights you should not miss.

 

1. The Japanese Bridge 

Also called Pagoda Bridge ( Chua Cau in Vietnamese ) built by the Japanese 400 years ago,  is one of the oldest constructions in the Ancient Quarter of Hoian and is also the symbol of  Hoian Ancient City

2. Chinese Assembly Halls

Phuc Kien Assembly Hall
Address : 46 Tran Phu Street.
Set up in 1757 by Chinese Phuc Kien merchants at Hoi An, the building has been repaired and renovated many times. Phuc Kien Assembly Hall is used for genies and ancestors worship and a meeting place of the Chinese Phuc Kien people as well.

Cantonese Assembly Hall
Address : 176 Tran Phu Street.
Cantonese Assembly Hall was built in 1885 by Chinese Cantonese merchants at Hoian to worship genies and for use as a meeting place of their fellow men.

Trieu Chau Assembly Hall 
Address : 92 Nguyen Duy Hieu Street.
Trieu Chau assembly hall was built by the Chinese in the early 19th  century to worship the God of the oceans who is the reflection of the sea faring people’s deep longing for safety at sea.

3. Ancient Houses

Phung Hung Old House 
Address : 04 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street.
Being a city house of special value built in the middle of the 19th century, the old house of Phung Hung used to be a shop-house of the formers merchants

Tan Ky Old House 
Address : 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street.
Tan Ky house, which is at number 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc street , is a typical example of the shop house form of old Hoian. Nearly 200 years old, the house is still in a good state of preservation.

Quan Thang Old House 
Address : 77 Tran Phu Street.
Built in the early 18th century by a wealthy captain, Quan Thang is still rather intact and remains in good condition due to the good care of the family.

Tran Family Chapel 
Address : 21 Le Loi Street.
In 1802, the Tran family ancestor house of worship was built by a mandarin of civil service named Tran Tu Nhac. The family now makes the home open to tourists so they may have a glimpse of the well-preserved architecture of the town.

4. Traditional Villages

While in Hoian, guests can hire a bike to ride to Tra Que Vegetable Village which is only 03 km from the city or just take a gentle boat trip on the Thu Bon River to visit Kim Bong Carpentry Village and Thanh Ha Pottery Village. 

5. Cua Dai Beach

Just 04 km away from the city center,  Cua Dai  - a clean, fine & white sand beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Central Vietnam. Cua Dai Beach is an ideal place to swim or relax.

6. Cham Islands 

Location - Cham Island is located an hour away from Cua Dai beach by boat. On a clear day you can see it from the beach and the Marble mountains.  Surrounding the island are very nice beaches with clean white sand and transparent, cool water.

7. My Son Holyland - The World Cultural Heritage

My Son - the World Cultural Heritage was once the Hindu center of the Cham. This is the Cham Tower complex where you can enjoy the Cham  art of stone & brick - carving, see the ruined temples dated back to  early 7th  century. My Son is 55 km from Hoian.
 

Contact Information

Villa Hoa Su - Frangipani Village Resort

Address : Hamlet No 5, Cam Thanh Ward, Hoian City, Vietnam
Tel : +84.510 3 933933  Hotline : +84.905360827 ( Ms Ky Ky )
Email :
info@villahoasu.com - chau.ha@dng.vnn.vn
Website :
http://www.villahoasu.com
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