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Top 4 must see things in Hoi An

What in Hoi An, a land was well-known as "the most prosperous commercial port in Vietnam", that attract thousands of visitor each year. Lune Production would like to take a look at some of activities that must be seen when you visit one of the most attractive cities in the world.

1. Enjoy Hoi An by night with traditional activities

When the sun is down, Hoi An becomes more stunning with coloured lanterns. Save your time to relax and enjoy the tranquil Hoai river, visit ancient streets where Japanese Covered Bridge - the iconic destination lighten up the city with sparkling lights.

You can also participate in playing traditional activities with locals like Vietnamese bingo singing, Ba Trao singing, or Thien Cau dance during Full Moon Festival.

2. Experiencing unique cultural spectacles at Lune Performing Center

Hoi An by night now not only attracts visitors by the vivid lanterns, but also the breathtaking spectacles A O Show, Lang Toi (My Village), The Mist and Teh Dar, weekly perform at Lune Performing Center. Those groundbreaking theatrical works have stunned audiences by using iconic bamboo trunks, nouveau cirque, juggling and acrobatic, not to mention exotic live music from a collection of more than 20 folk instruments. Beautiful cultures of each regions in Vietnam are vividly reproduced on contemporary stage, bring such unforgettable experience to the locals and international visitors.

Launched after Lunar New Year 2018, Lune Performing Center is a must-visit destination for visitors who have loved the ancient city and art's lovers who are desired to preserve Vietnamese cultural values.

Visit Lune Performing Center Hoi An in Dong Hiep park, An Hoi street, Minh An ward, Hoi An to experience those unique cultural shows.

3. Hoi An traditional art performances house

Found in 1996, Hoi An traditional art performances house is a well-known place performing traditional art activities that has given senses of beauty and pleasure to domestic and international visitors, also contribute to preserve local cultural values. You will have a chance to experience lots of Vietnamese traditional art performances in terms of Vietnamese bingo singing, Quang Nam folk songs and international ones from those countries which have great work relationship with Hoi An. Pass by the location at 66 Bach Dang street or 39 Nguyen Thai Hoc street to enjoy the shows.

4. Hoi An water puppet

Water puppet is a unique folk art performance in which associates with the long history of wet rice civilization in Vietnam. Puppetry is popular in many countries in the world, but water puppet only is presented in Vietnam. It brings audiences into an artistic place, where the beautiful culture of Vietnam is brought to stage by skillful artists, under a thorough preparation of content, water pavilion, puppets, light and music system. To watch the show, you can visit Hoi An Theater at 548 Hai Ba Trung street, Hoi An.

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A O ShowA O Show

A O Show

A vivid portrait of Vietnam in urbanization time, painted with unique stage visuals and a touch of humor.

The name ‘A O’ derives from ‘Lang Pho’, which means ‘village and city’. The show depicts the charming beauty and cultural richness of Vietnamese life in the countryside, in contrast with the nation’s racing urbanization. The show is a unique mix of bamboo circus, acrobatic acts, dance, and theatrical visual art. The live music echoes Vietnamese Southern work songs. All in all, this beautiful blend of genres creates a unique stage language, which well captures the essence of Vietnam’s fascinating culture.

Lang Toi - My Village

The poetic beauty of Vietnamese village life, recreated using iconic bamboo, breathtaking cirque and exotic live music.

Lang Toi (My Village) is a delicate merge of tradition and innovation, where poetic beauty of Northern Vietnam’s village life is presented under Vietnamese Bamboo Circus approach. Farming, building activities, traditional games, lifestyle of Northern villagers are recreated by ancestral bamboo props, breath-taking circus and acrobatics, rhythmic dance, to distinct folk music from more than 20 musical instruments.

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Palao - PHU SA SEPalao - PHU SA SE

Palao - PHU SA SE

This ‘living museum’ of Cham culture uses contemporary dance and indigenous music to share untold stories of a lost civilization and messages of humanity. A non-profit project by artists at Phu Sa SE, a Social Enterprise with visions to preserve native cultural heritage, sponsored by Lune Center Hoi An.

This ‘living museum’ of Cham culture uses contemporary dance and indigenous music to share untold stories of a lost civilization and messages of humanity. A non-profit project by artists at Phu Sa SE, a Social Enterprise with visions to preserve native cultural heritage, sponsored by Lune Center Hoi An.

Teh Dar

Embodiment of vigorous Vietnamese tribes culture thru cirque, dance, music from tribal instruments.

Teh Dar invites audience on a venture into the enchanting world of Vietnamese highlanders. Wild animal hunts, moonlit romance, jungle's tales of death and reincarnation, are all recreated with stunning Vietnamese Bamboo Circus, daring acrobatics, and hypnotizing melody from exotic tribal instruments certified cultural heritage by UNESCO. Meaning ‘going in circle’ in the highland tribe K'ho's tongue, Teh Dar embrace and preserve beautiful and diverse Vietnamese tribal cultures. As the artists keep inspiring, the circle of tribal life keeps going, the cultures shall remain.

Teh DarTeh Dar
The MistThe Mist

The Mist

The essence of Southern farmers’ life expressed in sensual contemporary dance language.

The Mist tells a story Southern Vietnamese farming life, expressed through neo-classic and contemporary dance by skilled artists. Using rice cultivation as a metaphor to appreciate farmers’ dedication, from their misty dawn on the fields, their hardship and will power to rise up from humble muddy soil, to brace storms, to the moment they arrive joyously like shining pearls at harvest. The Mist is an hour of emotions, with myriad ups and downs, painted by sensational live music, splendid visuals, and colorful lighting effects.

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