Ong Pagoda

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: (84) 2353.862.367

Time to visit a place: 30 phút

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

Email: hoiancmmp@gmail.com

Address: 24 Trần Phú Phường Cẩm Châu, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Ong Pagoda (also known as Quan Cong Temple) is located at 24 Tran Phu Street, whose courtesy name is Trung Han Cung. It was built in the middle of the 17th century by residents of Minh Huong village and the Vietnamese people in Hoi An. This is the place to worship Quan Cong - a famous general of the Three Kingdoms period to praise his righteous and loyalty. This is considered one of the oldest and most important religious works in Hoi An.  The whole temple consists of 4 buildings: vestibule, left, right and main area. Four buildings have a "Khau" (口) shape. The main hall has a statue of Quan Thanh De Quan with a bright majestic face, sharp and sparkling eyes looking ahead. The main hall also has a statue of Chau Thuong- a loyal servant and a statue of Quan Binh- Quan Cong's son; two worshiping horses are as tall as real horses, on the left is a white horse, on the right is the Red Horse - a horse given by Cao Cao. Standing in front of these statues, visitors can not help but praise the fine craftsmanship of artisan since ancient times. With outstanding values of culture, history and architecture, ... View more

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Ong Pagoda (also known as Quan Cong Temple) is located at 24 Tran Phu Street, whose courtesy name is Trung Han Cung. It was built in the middle of the 17th century by residents of Minh Huong village and the Vietnamese people in Hoi An. This is the place to worship Quan Cong - a famous general of the Three Kingdoms period to praise his righteous and loyalty. This is considered one of the oldest and most important religious works in Hoi An. 
The whole temple consists of 4 buildings: vestibule, left, right and main area. Four buildings have a "Khau" (口) shape. The main hall has a statue of Quan Thanh De Quan with a bright majestic face, sharp and sparkling eyes looking ahead. The main hall also has a statue of Chau Thuong- a loyal servant and a statue of Quan Binh- Quan Cong's son; two worshiping horses are as tall as real horses, on the left is a white horse, on the right is the Red Horse - a horse given by Cao Cao. Standing in front of these statues, visitors can not help but praise the fine craftsmanship of artisan since ancient times.
With outstanding values of culture, history and architecture, Ong Pagoda today is not only a familiar pilgrimage place for the people of Hoi An and surrounding areas, but also a unique tourist destination for tourists when visiting Hoi An.

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