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Quan Kong Temple, Hoi An

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Visit Quan Kong Temple and view the architecture reminiscent of traditional Buddhist temples. Constructed in 1653 in honor of the Chinese general Quan Cong where you can view markings and texts illustrating thehistory throughout the temple. A very cosy sized temple, it is rich with bright shades of reds, greens and yellows. Notice the entrance is carved with a blue dragon and white tiger that is said to be the embodiment of Quan Cong. Plan to visit Quan Kong Temple and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hoi An attractions using our Hoi An travel itinerary maker.
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  • Does not have much that see this temple, which is very small and almost no content. I believe that meas to him to be important is the façade, really interesting
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  • More than history so take time to soak up the evidence of skilled ancient construction and a community's dedication to beliefs which certainly have only been covertly supported over the last sixty yea...  read more »
  • I thought this place was great. It dates back to 1653 and is very brightly decorated with lots of detail. It's pretty small, but in my opinion, has a lot of character. It is part of the Hoi An sighsee...  read more »
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  • Temple and a small museum, contains a set of effects of city
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