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Kim Bong Carpentry Village, Hoi An

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Historic Site
At Kim Bong Carpentry Village, watch skillful artisans working on intricate pieces of furniture, religious statues, and traditional fishing boats, exactly the way their predecessors worked hundreds of years ago. The village dates back to the 15th century and has been supplying temples, houses, and even royal palaces and tombs with its refined wooden products for centuries. Since Hoi An was listed as a World Heritage Site, many carpenters from the village have found work on restoration projects. To visit Kim Bong Carpentry Village and other attractions in Hoi An, use our Hoi An trip builder.
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  • Nice break away form the town, can only be reached by boat. We had lunch on the boat and then stopped to look at the small market in the village. Very talented carpenters.  more »
  • Our Thu Bon River cruise took us through fishing areas on streams and main river where we witnessed how fishermen cast their nets. Our boat trip made a stop at Kim Bong village where they specialize i...  more »
  • My wife and I visited the Kim Bong Carpentry Village as part of our organized tour of Vietnam. It was an add-on tour that I was glad to have selected. It began with a leisurely boat ride on the Thu Bo...  more »
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  • Such a great experience to learn local people cultures here as well as to see the process of making such a beautiful handmade traditional crafts :)
  • The purpose of a bicycle ride to discover the rice - the village has no great interest as such
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  • Several crafts shops
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