Tran Family Chapel

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Hidden from passers-by behind a high wall in a mix of Japanese and Chinese styles, the Tran Family Chapel was built in 1802 by a civilian mandarin by the name of Tran Tu Nhac to worship his ancestors. The "garden of the West" symbolises the future and the "garden of the East", the past, while the house, divided into two, represents the present. The chapel, which is both a museum and a place of worship, contains a ceramic collection collected over many generations.

Useful information

Address : 

Le Loi 21

Opening hours

7.30am-5.30pm

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