Artists play the Hội An Memories. Photo courtesy Gami Theme Park
HỘI AN — The Ký Ức Hội An (Hội An Memories) – a 60-minute show about the 400-year history and development of Hội An during the Đại Việt (Great Việt) State in 15th-18th century – resumed at the Gami Theme Park on January 26 after closing for Tết (lunar New Year).
The five-part show features the daily life activities of Hội An people including silk trade, ceramic production, art of folk performance, a busy trading and a culture cross of Japanese, Chinese and European through busy visit of merchant ships at Hội An ancient trading port during the 14th century.
The park will open for visitor from 10am on January 26 with various Tết activities, while the Hội An Memories starts at 7.30pm.
It said all Vietnamese Tết festive will be on display at the park to help visitors understand about traditional Tết celebrations such as spiritual picking buds, calligraphy offering, fortune draw and Tết decorations.
Visitors can explore the traditional culture of Việt Nam by playing folk games and enjoying art performances at pavilions at the park from morning till late evening.
Last year, the Hội An Memories show hosted 1 million visitors in one year since it launched.
Hội An Memories is an amazing nighttime entertainment destination in the UNESCO-recognised world heritage site, joining other popular events such as lantern night in the old quarter and the Mid-Autumn Full Moon festival.
The show was recognised as the leading historical spectacle at the Best Hotels-Resorts Awards by Wanderlust Tips in South Korea in July of 2019.
The show was chosen to be on at Times Square, New York in the US in March of 2019. — VNS