Hoi An ancient town is like a rustic, simple and poetic painting. Whether day or night, Hoi An will bring the different charismatic beauty. Besides the cultural values through architectural diversity, Hoi An retains a huge intangible cultural foundation. Coming to Hoi An, tourists will have a chance to join many cultural activities such as discovering local foods, playing traditional games as well as exploring magnificent attractions…
Japanese Covered Bridge
This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community to link them with the Chinese quarters. Over the centuries the ornamentation has remained relatively faithful to the original Japanese design.
Thu Bon River
Coming to Hoi An, do not miss the chance to join a boat trip tour along Thu Bon River. Two sides of the river is beautiful sand dunes with farm scenes, picturesque mountains. Especially, not only the magnificent sunset on Thu Bon River can make all visitors speechless but the history and local stories from local people will make you love Hoi An Ancient Town more and more.
Phuc Kien Assembly Hall
Located at No.46 Tran Phu Street, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall was built from 1690 and now is a temple dedicated to their deity named Thien Hau – the goddess of sea who protects sailors from danger. Through many restorations, with the main contribution of the Chinese, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall becoming more vibrant and spacious, there are also many events organize making it’s a wonderful destination for both domestic and international tourists.
In Cham Island, you will discover an unspoiled natural beauty, explore the gorgeous of Hon Lao, Hon Dai, Hon Chong, Hon Yen and soak up the rural lifestyle in the villages, enjoy the local seafood such as shrimp, fish, squid, and wild vegetables … swimming, sunbathing, hiking, or participating in sports activities like jet ski, parachute, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, all activities are waiting for you at the beautiful Cham Island, check it now!
My Son Sanctuary
My Son Sanctuary loacated at far from Da Nang City around 69 km, is a combination of many temples in a valley about 2 km, surrounded by hills. It is famous for buildings and hundreds of priceless works, dating from 7th to 13th century are exhibited at the Museum of Champa. My Son Sanctuary is considered one of the centers of Hinduism in Southeast Asia and the unique heritage of its kind in Vietnam.
Cua Dai Beach
Cua Dai Beach located far from Hoi An Center 5km towards the east. Cua Dai is a beautiful beach with white sand, blue water, small waves and are available with fresh and cheap seafood. And Cua Dai beach in the evening is also gorgeous with the vast empty beaches and shimmering under romantic oil lamps. Although Hoi An tourism is developing with many hotels and resorts near the sea but Cua Dai Beach is still quiet, peaceful, clean just like the first day.
Phung Hung Old Town
Phung Hung old house is the place witnessing the birth of eight generations of Phung Hung family. It was built over two hundred years and it is one of the most beautiful specimens of this type of architecture in Hoi An. In 1985, this house has been ranked number one in Vietnam as a model of traditional architecture with high cultural value. It is considered a model because it keeps intact the ancient architectural elements thanks to the great quality of the materials and the care of the whole family.
Thanh Ha Pottery Village
In the 16th, 17th century, Thanh Ha was a village famous for ceramic items and terracotta were exchanged across the central provinces of Vietnam. Ceramics of the village origin from Thanh Hoa Province, after acquiring some technical, Thanh Ha is formed pottery village today.
Tra Que Herb Village
Tra Que Herb Village is famous for many herb and vegetables grown on fertile soil and have its own unique flavors. Visiting Tra Que Village, visitors will become a real farmer in the farmer’s clothes, slippers, conical hat and will be learned how to planting, digging, watering vegetables and also enjoy many traditional foods of local people here.
Tan Ky Old House
Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town. 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