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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: +84 2353 862 367

Time to visit a place: 60 phút

Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 6:00 PM

Email: hoiancmmp@gmail.com

Address: 10 Nguyễn Duy Hiệu, Phường Sơn Phong, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Trieu Chau Assembly Hall, also known as Ong Bon pagoda, located at 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu, Hoi An, was built in 1845 by Chinese, whose origin isTrieu Chau state, as a placebo for communal and religious activities. The relic was classified by the Institute of Ancient Uncle Ho (France) as a listed fairy of Vietnam in 1930.  The assembly hall worships the gods of oceans, praying for smooth sailing and trading on the sea.  The assembly hall is a sophisticated architecture with a sophisticatedly carved wooden frame, along with wooden motifs and decorations regarding folk legends.  Furthermore, Trieu Chau Assembly Hall also has very beautiful embossed works of porcelain, which is one of the most unique architectural works with the art of embossed patterns and motifs, mainly embossed with clay, showing the ingenuity of the ancient artisans.  Every year, on the 16th day of the first lunar month, the assembly hall organizes a very solemn ceremony to worship Nguyen Tieu and the death anniversary of the ancestors, which is very popular with Trieu Chau community in Hoi An and neighboring localities such as Da Nang, Hue, and Quang Ngai. View more

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Trieu Chau Assembly Hall, also known as Ong Bon pagoda, located at 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu, Hoi An, was built in 1845 by Chinese, whose origin isTrieu Chau state, as a placebo for communal and religious activities. The relic was classified by the Institute of Ancient Uncle Ho (France) as a listed fairy of Vietnam in 1930.

 The assembly hall worships the gods of oceans, praying for smooth sailing and trading on the sea.  The assembly hall is a sophisticated architecture with a sophisticatedly carved wooden frame, along with wooden motifs and decorations regarding folk legends.  Furthermore, Trieu Chau Assembly Hall also has very beautiful embossed works of porcelain, which is one of the most unique architectural works with the art of embossed patterns and motifs, mainly embossed with clay, showing the ingenuity of the ancient artisans.

 Every year, on the 16th day of the first lunar month, the assembly hall organizes a very solemn ceremony to worship Nguyen Tieu and the death anniversary of the ancestors, which is very popular with Trieu Chau community in Hoi An and neighboring localities such as Da Nang, Hue, and Quang Ngai.

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