A single ticket provides access to Hoi An’s old temples, houses and museums. Depending on how much you want to see, you may have to purchase more than one. Most travellers are satisfied with a single ticket which costs 90,000VND.
Below we list some of our preferred temples and pagodas.
Chua Ong aka Quan Cong Temple
This temple was founded in 1653 and dedicated to esteemed Chinese general Quan Cong. It’s also the site of the uninspired Museum of History and Culture. Easy to swing by for twenty minutes.
Address: 7 Nguyen Hue St, Hoi An
Phuc Kien Assembly Hall
Originally a place of assembly for Hoi An’s Fujian community the hall later became a temple dedicated to Thien Hau - Godess of the sea. Thien Hau was naturally revered by China’s seafaring merchant class.
Address: 46 Tran Phu St, Hoi An
Cantonese Assembly Hall
From the late 18th century, Hoi An's Cantonese community gathered and worshipped here.
Address: 176 Tran Phu St, Hoi An
Tran Family Chapel
Built in 1802 at the commencement of the Nguyen Dynasty further north in Hue, the family patriarch was an acquaintance of the first Emperor Gia Long and served as an ambassador in China.
The chapel retains many original elements. If you’re lucky, Mr Le, a direct descendent of the family patriarch, will take you through the chapel and explain its beautiful features.
Address: 21 Le Loi St, Hoi An
Hoi An’s iconic Japanese Bridge also has a small Taoist pagoda that you’ll certainly encounter when visiting the bridge. The bridge has its own reference in See and Do Hoi An.
Address: Western end of Tran Phu St, Hoi An