Assembly Hall of the Hainan Chinese Congregation
Built in 1851, this assembly hall is a memorial to 108 merchants from Hainan Island who were mistaken for pirates and killed in Quang...
Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation
Built in 1752, the highlight in this congregational hall is the gleaming woodcarvings on the beams, walls and altar – absolutely...
Quan Cong Temple
Founded in 1653, this small temple is dedicated to Quan Cong, an esteemed Chinese general who is worshipped as a symbol of loyalty,...
French-colonial architecture meets a modern Asian aesthetic in this cosy cafe with an air of casual chic. The menu includes Vietnamese...
Lonely Planet review
The first restaurant in Hoi An (since 1992), this modest-looking place is still going strong with its menu of Hoi An specialities and family recipes. Local legend Vy, the owner, originally chose the location because it was close to the market, ensuring the freshest produce was directly at hand, and this principle is still wonderfully apparent in the flavours and authenticity of the cooking here. Try the mackerel in banana leaf or papaya salad and book ahead.