48 Phan Chau Trinh, Hai Chau ward, Da Nang
Hai Chau Village Communal House, located in the center of Da Nang city on the left bank of the Han River, is one of the largest communal house with harmonious space and beautifully-preserved architecture in Da nang.
Hai Chau community festival is held annually on the national death anniversary (Hung King anniversary) on the 10th of third month of lunar calender. The festival is a reminder of the beauty of the Vietnamese village with its typical symbol is the communal house, the worshiping place of the village lord who had reclaimed and established the village.
The relic of Hai Chau communal house is a complex of religious belief relics built early in a village in Da Nang downtown, reflecting the construction and development of Hai Chau village from ancient to present. Hai Chau Communal House formerly named Phuoc Hai Pagoda, where Lord Nguyen Phuc Chu in 1719 came to Quang Nam and stayed in the pagoda, then the people set his altar here.
Visit Hai Chau Village Communal House in Da Nang.
Open hour: 07.00 – 17.00
Entrance fee: Free