Free visit to Hoi An ancient quarter at Tet of Goat year

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(QNO) - The Ancient quarter and some sightseeing sites of Hoi An city (Quang Nam province) will be opened free for visitors during four days of the Lunar New Year 2015 (Tet holiday), from 18th  to 21st February 2015.

According to the People’s Committee of Hoi An city, all visitors will enjoy free entrance to 21 attractive relics including Chua Cau (Japanese bridge), Quan Cong temple, Cam Pho Temple, Quan  Ky, Duc An, Phung Hung , Tan Ky ancient houses, Tran Family Worshiping house, Trieu Chau, Quang Dong, Phuc Ky Communial Houses, Fine arts and handcraft  factories,  Traditional art performance sites, XQ Hoi An, three Japanese traders’ (Gu Sokukun’s, Tani Yajirobei’s and Banjiro’s) tombs, the Museums of History, Culture, Sa Huynh  Civilization, Folk culture, Minh Huong Tuy Tien Temple…

The artistic programme “Streets for walking and with no motor vehicles” will be also temporarily ceased to create favourable conditions for trading activities before Tet holiday.