To visit Hoi An's main attractions you have to buy an entrance ticket. The ticket has five coupons. Each of this coupons will give you access to a certain type of site. You have one coupon to visit an assembly hall, a coupon to visit a wooden house, another to visit a temple, another to attend a music play, and the last to visit a museum. If you are nice with the guards of the monuments they may let you swap coupons. If you can, use most of the coupons to enter the assembly halls. The ticket is sold at the ticket stall of Hoi An Office of Tourist Services.
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Hoi An is also famous for its lanterns. Since 1998 on each lunar 14th night Hoi An goes back 300 years. Electricity in downtown Hoi An is switched off, and the streets are illuminated by these colorful silk lanterns.
If you want to buy one of the silk lanterns, you will find many souvenir shops in the four main streets in Ancient Hoi An: Tran Phu, Nguyen Thai Hoc, Le Loi and Dach Dang.