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The Tran Family Home and Chapel

21 Le Loi, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Half-Day Hoi An City Tour with River Cruise
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This exquisite home and chapel are essentially a grand shrine to the ancestry of one family.
  • Excellent10%
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  • Average41%
  • Poor30%
  • Terrible9%
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

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

Thank LadyPerrin
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Good to still be able to see a small slice of a 200 year old history. Will still give some a interest into a family's life in that period of time. Still enjoyed

Thank diamonds48
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Very small place. First but was slightly interesting hearing about the family history but really it was all about wanting you to but something from their shop which was bigger than the house part you where shown around. Girl was not too pushy but list...More

Thank owlesey
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

There's really not much of interest here at all. Neither the exterior or interior are particularly noteworthy. There's a bunch of stuff inside they're trying to sell, but all fairly generic items.

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

The Tran family home was built by the affluent ancestor 10 generations ago according to the lady who is a decendant of the family. You catch a glimpse of the home of a high government official in the old days. A good place to visit.

Thank TravelyBug
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

The first 5 minutes are not bad at all! We were given some valuable information about the local architecture. But then, after throwing some coins, it was a souvenir selling tour. The guide did not push us to buy anything, but she seemed more and...More

Thank timgilbert09
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

The girl taking us through was lovely however a big part of it was the gift shop. No pressure to buy anything but was a little weird

1  Thank Natasha M
Reviewed 30 November 2016 via mobile

Odd one this. The chapel part is just that, a shrine to honour their ancestors. It's legitimate and a wonderful insight into a families history. The building is quaint and small and the girl who guided us was friendly and if you asked her questions...More

Thank Toby C
Reviewed 24 November 2016

This really didn't feel much like a home. I would have not used a ticket for this place if I had known they seemed more interested in selling than anything else.

Thank JimmyJackk
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

I thought of visiting this place as I have the same last name as this family. But it was a disappointing experience. The person who greeted us gave us a monotonous intro, which I later realized was almost exactly the same as the brief description...More

1  Thank sheehiant
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