We also went to the Folk Culture Museum in Hoi An and really experienced the local folk customs in Hoi An. The Vietnamese people are very simple, kind and friendly.
I revisited the ancient town for the third time after nap the next day and visited this museum, which was quite interesting. I walked all the places I had overlooked. Checkout in the room at 12:00 noon, was taken to another hotel at 14:00 to wait for the bus (originally scheduled to depart at 13:30), the bus finally arrived at 15:00, the lowest-grade outdated double sleeper car mentioned above, even me There are 11 foreigners, and the rest are ordinary people.
The Hoi An Folk Culture Museum is located in the ancient city of Hui, not far from the farmers’ market. It is easy to see by walking along the river. The area of this museum is not very large, but compared to other museums, it is still It's big, and it's still two stories high. There are not many things on display, but you can also get a general understanding of the local culture and history of the meeting.
Although the Hoi An Folk Culture Museum exhibits Vietnamese folk customs, there are actually many things that seem to be replicas of certain places in China, including the interior layout of this museum. The large amount of Chinese furniture seems to make people return to a certain big domestic household. Inside their big house. Of course, here can help us understand some local customs and customs.
Hoi An Folk Culture Museum is a good place to learn about the local culture of Hoi An, together with the History Museum. Here you can learn about the customs of the Vietnamese people. Some are similar to those of China, while others are different. You can also see how they make lanterns, which is fun.
The door at the back is by the Qiupen River, and I walked in when I passed by. Did not visit very carefully.