Hoi An Old Town 2017-05-28T10:03:44+00:00

HOI AN OLD TOWN

Known by the locals as “Faifo”, Hội An translates as “peaceful meeting place. Still visible today, Hoi An has a very unique character.

Due to it being a trading port during 15th and 1 Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.

Hoi An caters for each and every traveler. Beaches, historical sites, food, tailored clothing, guided  tours and so much more. Hoi An sneaks into every visitors heart.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.

Old House of Phung Hung

Tran Family’s Chapel

Built for worshipping family ancestors, this chapel dates back to 1802. It was commissioned by Tran Tu, one of the clan who ascended to the rank of mandarin and served as an ambassador to China.