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  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
  • Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An
  • Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An
  • Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An
  • Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An
  • Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An
  • Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An
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  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
  • Cycling in Hoi An
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  • Ancient Town in Hoi An
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  • Tra Que Vegetable Village in Hoi An

HOI AN

 

Hoi An - also known as Faifo- used to be one of the South - East Asia’s major international ports from 16th-19th centuries, is now a picturesque riverside town and the most enchanting place on the coast and is the only one city worth lingering in. More than any other places in Viet Nam, Hoi An retains a sense of history which grows on you the more you explore it. Hoi An, which was recognized as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, has just been voted as the leading beautiful and peaceful city among over 970 nominated cities in the world by the UK Wanderlust Magazine. This is especially true on ‘Hoi An Legendary Night’. Every month on the full moon nights, motorbikes and cars are banned from the Old Town, which is transformed into a magical land of silk lanterns, traditional food, songs, dancing, and games in the streets. There are not sufficient words and better ways to describe this ancient city than exploring it on your own and feel it yourself.