Hoi An
Hoi An, a charming coastal town, is captivating with ancient streets, blooming flowers, and vibrant lanterns. Its unique appeal lies in well-preserved buildings, doubling as museums, dating back to the 17th Century. Explore the rich history and atmospheric beauty of this delightful destination.

Hoi An

Hoi An is where rapid development slows down to a relaxed pace – a world heritage site that was a trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Along the Thu Bon River, old houses and ancient pagodas add character, while traditional boats frequent the historic ferry dock. Beyond the Old Town, roads run through expansive rice fields, leading to a lively coastline. Spending a few days here will enchant you with Hoi An’s laid-back charm, especially with its serene beauty and enchanting evenings illuminated by lanterns.

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The My Son Sanctuary

The My Son Sanctuary, a short distance from Hoi An, is an ancient Hindu temple complex that further adds to the historical significance of the region.

Japanese Covered Bridge

The Japanese Covered Bridge, a symbol of Hoi An, is a historic bridge that reflects the fusion of Japanese and Vietnamese architectural styles.

Cu Lao Cham

Cu Lao Cham, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve off Hoi An, Vietnam, features pristine beaches, coral reefs, and fishing villages, with opportunities for activities such as snorkeling and hiking.

The Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation

The Assembly Halls of Fujian Chinese, Cantonese Chinese, and the Phuc Kien are architectural gems showcasing the influence of different communities in Hoi An.

Cam Thanh Coconut Village

Cam Thanh Coconut Village provides a serene escape with its lush landscapes and traditional basket boat rides, allowing visitors to explore the water coconut palm forest.

Thu Bon River

The vibrant night market along the Thu Bon River and the lantern-lit streets create a unique atmosphere, while the traditional wooden boats on the river offer picturesque scenes.

Tra Que Village

Tra Que Vegetable Village is known for its organic farming practices, where visitors can participate in cultivating and harvesting vegetables alongside local farmers.