The Quan Cong Temple was established in 1653 as remembrance for a Chinese general with the same name. The architecture and style of the temple is Chinese, this type is common throughout Hoi An.
Travel tips for the Quan Cong Temple
From Danang, it’s about a 30-40 minutes taxi ride or a return journey on a shared limousine bus for 140,000 VND per person. If you’re already in Hoi An, the Quan Cong temple is located around the Hoi An ancient town so it’s not too troublesome to get there. This temple is a bit crowded given its convenient location, so be sure to purchase a ticket for entry in advance. Depending on the weather I would recommend bringing water, sunscreen, and a hat given that there’s little shade and a somewhat large temple to walk around in. Remember to dress in appropriate attire to be allowed admission.
Location: 24 Tran Phu, Hoi An, Vietnam Price: Admission by purchasing a ticket to the Old Town Hours: 08:00 – 17:00, daily