2 minutes of family history in a cute house, the rest is just an overpriced souvenirs shop. An absolute waste of a sightseeing ticket. Thanks for the suggestion Lonely Planet, should have checked with Trip Advisor first!
The Tran Family Chapel, built solely for worship not living quarters in 1802, offers an interesting insight into a family temple and adds another element to visiting all of the old houses. Chinese and Japanese architecture are the prominent styles. On the walls surrounding the altar are photos of all the deceased ancestors. Wooden boxes stand on the altar itself,... 更多
You get a taste of the old life & the family history. The construction & architecture are nice. The unfortunate part is it all leads into a shop of tourist nic naks you can't avoid.
This is a shop disguised as a family home. After a short story about the house we were led along series of souvenirs we were supposed to buy. Not worth a visit...