Trieu Chau Assembly Hall
Hoi An, Vietnam
Trieu Chau Assembly Hall Hoi An Reviews
Trieu Chau Assembly Hall Jul 06, 2013
We choose to visit this Assembly hall as the gate of this temple looks beautiful and colorful from outside.
The roof of the main building was decorative with dragons carving and the wall adorn with many paintings.
Trieu Chau Assembly Hall was built in 1845 by the Trieu Chau Chinese in honor of General Phuc Ba, a god with the power to calm the sea.
To the right and left of the altar are shrines to the god of money and the god of happiness.
Worshippers normally come at night to make oaths or ask for favors that they desire.
The most outstanding of the featured of the house is the sophisticated decorated carved wooden frame, and embossed pattern made from porcelain pieces inside the temple. It was carved according to the Ancient tales and folk legends.
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