Cantonese Assembly Hall, Hoi An

#3 of 21 in Historic Sites in Hoi An
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Cantonese Assembly Hall displays traditional Southeast Asian architecture from the late 19th century. Dating back to 1885, the assembly hall features bright colors and a stone three-entrance gate. Passing through the gate, admire the images of dragons, lions and flowers on the decorated pillars. Inside, view the ornate dragon fountain, created from pottery in exquisite detail and colors, as well as various Cantonese statues. Ancient relics including four lacquered boards, Chinese terra-cotta seats, and preserved documents. To visit Cantonese Assembly Hall and other attractions in Hoi An, use our Hoi An holiday maker website.
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  • visited this hall last year september when i travelled to Hoi An.this hall originally built in 1885 by the merchants from ZhaoQing, Canton,.so it also called Quang Trieu Assembly Hall.Quang is...  more »
  • The Cantonese Assembly hall was completed in 1885 by the Chinese people from Guangdong. It is located very close to the Japanese Covered Bridge. It is very bright and beautiful. Inside the Hall...  more »
  • Big assembly hall with beautiful decorations and attention to details in architecture. Entry ticket is required.
  • Just beautiful. Even if you've seen many you'll still find something unique here
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