I feel that there are tide people in the sea, and due to the long history of the Chaozhou (Ngee Ann) Guild Hall in Vietnam, the correct year of the establishment of the Ngee Ann Guild Hall is unclear. It is estimated to have a history of more than two hundred years. The guild hall jointly established by the Chaoshan people from Guangdong who came to do business is also called the "Chaozhou Gongsuo". It is a temple dedicated to Guan Gong, so it is also called Guandi Shengjun Temple.
At the entrance of the temple, you can see Guan Yunchang and Chituma on the left. You can often meet local people who ask for visas and accumulate merit.
Ngee Ann Guild Hall is located in the Chinese community of Ho Chi Minh City. It was built by Chinese Chinese who came to Vietnam that year. It is still very beautiful. Its exquisite craftsmanship is attributed to the Cantonese of that year. It is the craftsmanship they brought. Let this guild hall stand out from the local guild halls in Ho Chi Minh, and become a local scene like that beautiful church.
Ngee Ann Guild Hall in Ho Chi Minh City has a long history. This Guild Hall is a solemn, magnificent and antique temple. It is one of the historical cultures of Chaoshan people in Vietnam.
Ngee Ann Hall is a building left by the Chinese from Guangdong, China in Ho Chi Minh City in the early years, and it still retains its original style. The biggest attraction of this guild hall is its exquisite sculptures. From these sculptures, you can see the artistic level of the artisans in the Chaoshan area. It is dedicated to Emperor Guan, who is also a respected deified figure in Chaoshan culture.