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Came across this chapel looking through the old town - well worth a quick stop. Nice architecture & personal tour from owner / descendant of family. Nice to have some history & has a table of art works which you can buy as souvenirs if...More
Whilst visiting some of the ancient buildings of Hoi An, I visited this lovely chapel. It is small and whilst there is less than in some of the other buildings, there is no push to buy goods. It is also in a rather nice quiet...More
Wow, so many people are rude on here when not face to face with the owner/guide. Yes the gentleman would like to sell you his artwork. I did not see it in other shops but then again I wasn't looking. The building itself is beautiful,...More
I think some of the other reviews of this place are a little harsh. Whilst this place is nothing particularly special I wouldn't say it is that much different to the other places in Hoi An. The building itself was in quite good condition and...More
This place was already small and didn't worth the visit itself. The guide there who claimed to be Nguyen family member were trying to sell us the drawing that he said to made it himself (we found it in every sourvenia shop) at the end...More
Really wish I had read these reviews before I wasted a ticket and an uncomfortable experience.
Travelling alone and this is one of the first 'ticket items' in the old city I came across.
Owner/ticket man took my ticket and took me Inside asking where...More
After a one-minute tour (accompanied by unintelligible explanations), we were asked to buy artwork made by the owner. We politely declined and walked away to take some photos...shamelessly, he demanded that we leave the chapel! I couldn't believe in such rudeness!
Interestingly, the good reviews...More