Hai Nam Assembly Hall
Hai Nam Assembly Hall
Hai Nam Assembly Hall
Hai Nam Assembly Hall
Hai Nam Assembly Hall

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: (0235) 3.863.392

Time to visit a place: 30 phút

Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 9:30 PM

Email: hoiancmmp@gmail.com

Address: 10 Trần Phú, Phường Minh An, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Hai Nam Assembly Hall (formerly known as Quynh Phu Assembly Hall) is located at 10 Tran Phu, Hoi An, built in 1875 by members of Hai Nam Assembly Hall in Hoi An. It is a harmonious combination of materials and skillful craftsmanship to create a solemn and majestic worship work while providing a cozy space, connecting members in community activities. In the middle of the main hall, there is a wooden altar, depicting the three realms of "Heaven, Earth, and Water," very special. Inside the main worship hall, Hainan people worshiped the tablets of 108 heroes who were ordained by King Tu Duc as Nghia Liet Chieu Ung and granted land to set up a shrine. Looking out from the main hall, the left compartment worships the god of wealth, the right compartment worships the ancestors with the meaning of asking for fortune, being protected by ancestors. Since the 16th century, generations of the Chinese have considered Hoi An to be a good place to settle and trade, and together they established their own assembly hall as a place of gathering and community activities. Although many centuries have passed, the assembly hall of the Chinese community in Hoi An is ... View more

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Hai Nam Assembly Hall (formerly known as Quynh Phu Assembly Hall) is located at 10 Tran Phu, Hoi An, built in 1875 by members of Hai Nam Assembly Hall in Hoi An. It is a harmonious combination of materials and skillful craftsmanship to create a solemn and majestic worship work while providing a cozy space, connecting members in community activities. In the middle of the main hall, there is a wooden altar, depicting the three realms of "Heaven, Earth, and Water," very special. Inside the main worship hall, Hainan people worshiped the tablets of 108 heroes who were ordained by King Tu Duc as Nghia Liet Chieu Ung and granted land to set up a shrine. Looking out from the main hall, the left compartment worships the god of wealth, the right compartment worships the ancestors with the meaning of asking for fortune, being protected by ancestors. Since the 16th century, generations of the Chinese have considered Hoi An to be a good place to settle and trade, and together they established their own assembly hall as a place of gathering and community activities. Although many centuries have passed, the assembly hall of the Chinese community in Hoi An is still preserved intact in terms of architecture, worship beliefs, customs and habits and has become an indispensable part of the community. Hoi An world cultural heritage. Every year, Hainan people in Hoi An and other places often gather to hold sacrifices on the 2nd day of the first lunar month and the 15th of the sixth lunar month.

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