Hoi An


Hoi An
Hoi An city has Hoi An ancient Town with architectural relics existing hundreds years ago and it has been recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO since 1999. Hoi An has lots of visit sites. Currently, they are divided into two regions of visit: Hoi An ancient Town area and suburb of Hoi An. Visit sites in the ancient town: In the ancient town, you can ride a bike or go on foot to get Japanese bridge, Quan Cong temple, mini traditional trade village, Hoi An museum, Tan Ky ancient house, handicraft workshop,… Visit sites in suburb of Hoi An: Thanh Ha pottery village, Bay Mau coconut forest, Tra Que vegetable village, Kim Bong carpentry village, the village of Ban Thach flower mat, Phuoc Kieu bronze casting village, My Son Sanctuary, Cham Island … In 2011, Hoi An cuisine was rank of 6th position in top 10 best dishes in Asia by TripAdvisor. According to TripAdvisor’s express, the famous traditional dishes of Hoi An such as: cao lầu, mì Quảng, bánh xèo,..are very attractive about both savor and appearance and mesmerize international travelers. Those who do not enjoy the flavor of these dishes like have never been to Hoi An
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Things to see in Hoi An

Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town is located on the banks of poetic Thu Bon River, in the coastal plain of Quang Nam Province, Vietnam, about 30 km to the south of Da Nang city. Hoi An Ancient Town is a famous city of Quang Nam Province, an ancient town retained almost intact with more than 1000 architectural relics from streets, houses, congresses, communal houses, temples, , wells ... to the traditional food, the soul of the people here. You will be impressed with Hoi An tourism by the beauty of the permanent time but it’s extremely rustic, idyllic. In total, more than a thousand places of in...

Japanese Covered Bridge

Chua Cau is an ancient bridge in the ancient town of Hoi An, Quang Nam province. The bridge is called Japanese Covered Bridge or Lai Vien Kieu Bridge. The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is one of the famous tourist attractions in Hoi An, Vietnam. It is considered that the Japanese Covered Bridge, Hoi An is a possession of the Japanese community of Hoi An. The bridge was built by Japanese merchants in the 17th century, so it is sometimes called the Japanese Bridge. The bridge is made of wood on stony bricky bridge piles, about 18 m in length, covered by a canopy which crosses the creek to...

TanKy Old house

Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town. Over 200 years, Tan Ky ancient house located on Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An city has retained the intact structure and architecture as the first day of construction. The name Tan Ky, meaning “Progress Shop”, was given to the house by the second generation to express the owner’s wish for a prosperous business. This is an interesting stop on the journey to discover the ancient features of Hoi An. Wood is the main material used by the homeowner to build a h...

Phuc Kien pagoda

Fujian (Phuc Kien) Assembly Hall was built around 1690 and functions as a traditional assembly hall for the Chinese ethnic group from Fujian, China to socialize, but later was transformed into a temple dedicated to their deity named Thien Hau – the goddess of sea who protects sailors from danger. Fujian (Phuc Kien) Assembly Hall is located at 46 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An city, Quang Nam province.  Assembly hall is a place of worship for Gods & ancestors and the meeting of compatriots of Phuoc Kien. Visiting this monument, visitors will be surprised by the skillful hand of the an...

Hoian Museum

Hoian Museum is located at 10B Trần Hưng Đạo Street, Hoi An city, Quang Nam province. This museum was established on November 10th 1989, formerly located at 07 Nguyen Hue Street. The museum displays 335 artifacts including 281 original artifacts and 54 images which relate to the developmental stages of Hoi An Ancient Town from prehistoric times to the present: 3 periods: The pre-proto history period, The Champa period and The Đại Việt – Đại Nam period. Including these types of display room: 1, The exhibition of History and Culture: Displaying over 300 documents and artifacts, the...

CamThanh village

Located 5km from Hoi An’s Old Town, Cam Thanh Village is a village of 30ha nipa palm forest. Once a local shelter for people in war times, the village now is a favorite destination for Hoi An's visitors. Whoever comes to Cam Thanh village for the first time, the impression which is hard to fade most certainly the forest of hundreds of hectares of coconut near Cua Dai beach. Cam Thanh coconut forest is not only the green lung of the ancient town of Hoi An, but also the ecological area of mangrove water, which is rich in botanical and brackish water. It can be said that for all visitors,...

Thanh Ha pottery village

Thanh Ha pottery Village is located by the Thu Bon river, Cam Ha ward, 3km to the west of the ancient quarter Hoi An. Thanh Ha pottery village in Hoi An is nearly 500 years old. It’s the invaluable cultural values that was formed on this land and famous for durable and beautiful pottery products. Particularly, since 2015, the Thanh Ha Bricks Park (also known as Thanh Ha Pottery Park or Thanh Ha Pottery Museum) has been officially put into operation with an area of over 6.000m2. Made up of bricks and earthenware, it’s rated as the largest and the most "unique" of the Vietnam...

Kim Bong carpentry village

Currently, Kim Bong Carpentry Village is located on Cam Kim, was built in the late 15th century. Kim Bong carpentry products is well-known during 15th -16th century through crowed trading port of Hoi An. And now, passing hundreds of years of existence and development, Kim Bong carpentry village has created a special brand with the product bearing the mark of Hoi An. Carpentry in Kim Bong helps us better understand the economic characteristics and cultural exchanges and technology exchanges between the residents living in Hoi An through historical periods, the process of traditional inheritan...

PhungHung old house

Phung Hung old house

HoiAn market

HoiAn market

Tra Que vegetable village

Tra Que vegetable village

My Son

My Son Cham towers

Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai beach is about 5 km from the Center of Hoi An ancient town. The first impression of this beach are white sand and clear water. There are many high – end resorts with many styles along the beach. The air is very fresh and mild, creating a sense of relaxation, comfort for visitors. As the sun rises, visitors can open the window and overlooking the sea to welcome a new day. Afternoon is the ideal time for visitors to immerse themselves in the cool blue water. The waves patted on the body to create the feeling of pleasure, extremely pleasant. Many couples choose Cua Dai and Hoi An...
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