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This could be a great place to see but the tourism set-up is bad. Trying to rush lots of people through, someone gives a very quick, undefiled and sometimes hard-to-understand talk. Then they spend a longer time trying to sell you souvenirs.
We purchased 6 tickets for entry to houses. There are different sites to choose from. Out of all of them, this one is a must.
Upon entry we elected to have a host tell us about the history of the house. The host explained that...More
The parts of this house the have been preserved are very impressive but once the entrance hall and large gift shop at the rear are taken off, there isn’t a great de to see. There are much better uses of the the Old Town ‘visiting...More
This really is a very special house that was once owned by a well known Vietnamese merchant family. Have one of your Old Town heritage tickets handy, you'll not get in without one although it looked like you could pay with cash as an alternative....More
The house was rebuilt in the 18th century. It is built over 2 floors and 2 inter connecting houses. The architecture is split between Chinese And Japanese wood. This was a merchant's house and the ground floor was for stock that was to be sold...More
The Old House Tan Ky in Hoi An has left us with full of impressions... Since generations, generations and still more generations this venerable property, constructed in Fengshui architectural style, has survived, without any harm for the wooden construction, the many frequent floods of the...More