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There seem to be an unofficial closing period during the opening hours. When I arrived onsite, I was asked by the host to leave because the site was closed. She later asked for my ticket which was redundant. When I asked for the time to...More
Once our tickets were collected, we were seated and offered sweets while my partner and I were handed a laminated information paper detailing the history and architecture of the house.
After that, we were left to our own devices to wonder around chapel side of...More
Hoi An is a lovely place, typified by the ancient old quarter and its fascinating collection of historical structures. Just buy your ticket book (120.000VND) & pick the 5 places you most want to see. Some of the buildings are just gorgeous and for the...More
When you enter this beautiful house. You are asked to sit and offered sweets. You wait until there is a little group and you are given a guided tour of the house by a member of the family. They also do the tour in French....More
Don’t bother using one of your Old Town tickets on this location. We had a “guide” that was very unenthusiastic and quite frankly, bored, who offered us a tour of a souvenir shop. There is nothing to see here other than the shop. Uncomfortable as...More
This was our first stop on the tourist ticket (you buy a ticket and can then go into any 6 of the Historical sites). We were required to have a guide who was essentially reciting a memorized script - I’m not sure she actually spoke...More
This place is pretty much one or two rooms. The shops in the back actually take up more space than the chapel itself. Would only recommend if you're particularly interested in history, especially the Tran Family or old coins and porcelain (oddly one of the...More