|Entrance coupon with five tickets at its side|
While strolling around this UNESCO World Heritage Site is free, a nominal amount of VND 90,000 (equals to RM 14.00, more or less) is charged per coupon if they want to purchase the coupons to visit some of the historic sites. Each coupon consists of five tickets and each ticket entitles you to enter one historic site grouped together with other similarly themed attractions. In short, one ticket is for one attraction chosen within a group of similar structures.
Here is the lists of attractions in its own groups for you to choose from. Those in bold are the one I had visited.
Landmarks of Hoi An
Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau), at the end of Tran Phu Street
Quan Cong Temple, 24 Tran Phu Street
|Symbol of Hoi An, the Japanese Covered Bridge|
Museum of Trade Ceramics, 80 Tran Phu Street
Museum of Folk Culture, 33 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
Museum of Say Huynh Culture, 149 Bach Dang Street
Hoi An Museum of History and Culture, 7 Nguyen Hue Street
|Museum of Trade Ceramics|
Old Houses/Clan Houses
Phung Hung House, 4 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street
Quan Thang House, 77 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
Tan Ky House, 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
|The interior of Tan Ky family house|
Cantonese Assembly Hall (Quang Dong), 176 Tran Phu Street
Hokien (Fujian) Meeting Hall (Phuc Kien), 46 Tran Phu Street
Chinese All-Community Meeting Hall (Trieu Chau), 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu
|Hokien Meeting Hall|
Hoi An's "Intangible Culture"
Hoi An Handicraft Workshop, 9 Bach Dang Street
Traditional Theatre, 75 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
Swan Boats, around the main river area
|Musical performances at the Hoi An Handicraft Workshop|
I'll talk more about the sites I visited in the following posts.
*TO BE CONTINUED*