Speaking of ceramics, of course, China has the longest history. The Ceramic Trade Museum is located in a small village. Except for some of the world-famous mini-ceramic artworks, they are quite ordinary.
Vietnam is a country with a history of more than 2,000 years. Although it is not as long as China, there is no doubt that it has a long history. The pottery unearthed in Hoi An is the best proof. This museum should be seen!
In the past, Hoi An used to be the hub of the Maritime Silk Road. Pottery was an important item transported from the East to the West. Many unearthed pottery items are displayed in the museum. They were excavated between the 13th and 17th centuries. Detailed explanation. In addition, the museum is a beautiful old mansion where you can take a closer look at the carved window lattices, balcony railings and handrails in the house. Condescending from the second floor is a good place to catch the lens. The scenery here is very good. If you are not interested in history, it is also a good choice to come here to enjoy the scenery.
interesting place to add in your must visit list when you travel to Hoian
This is another stop if you have the Hoi An old town tourist ticket, which gives you access to all the main sites. It's a beautiful little house that represents the style and architecture of Hoi An in the past. It was really busy when I went - try and go in when there isn't a tour group inside because it's a small house and can get really crowded.
This museum is inside a small wooden house so it's easy to miss it. It contains artifacts from all over Asia and even as far as Northern Africa. They displays are so-so but it comes included in the price of the Old Town ticket. What's more interesting is the house that the museum is in since it's a great example of Old Town architecture in Hoi An.
Preston_Dominguez: 80 Tran Phu St. | Minh An, Hoi An, Vietnam
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