Situated in the heart of Hoi An City. Trieu Chau Assembly Hall was built by Chinese overseas coming from Trieu Chau in 1845. It’s worshipping to the God of Wind and big waves. The house’s owners hope this God will always bring luck and help them travel easily on the sea.
How Trieu Chau Assembly Hall is unique?
Formerly. The local people frequently go to the home during the night to pray. Because they thought that all of their desires will come true. The most outstanding features of the home are elegantly carved wooden frames, decorative designs, beautiful wooden patterns and embossed patterns made of porcelain pieces. The main hall is devoted to General Phuc Ba, a god of mastering waters.
Both sides of Phuc Ba’s altar are refined for worshipping the Gods of Wealth and Luck. The east wing home is devoted to former sages, chiefs and deputy chiefs of the home. Each year, the descendants of the Trieu Chau people gather in the home from the first to the sixteenth of the first lunar month to worship their ancestors.
How to get Trieu Chau Assembly Hall?
Tran Phu Street is the center of Hoi An. It’s not difficult to find. Your entry ticket to Hoi An allows admission to one of those 5 assembly halls. Time to visit from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.