Hoi An Old Town In Vietnam

Hoi An old town, the most atmospheric and delightful town in Vietnam owes its easygoing trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its ancient buildings and streets reflect the influences in both foreign and indigenous that is combined to make the unique heritage site like Hoi An Old Town.

A view of Hoi An old Town

The wide ranges of nightspots, vintage café, bar and luxury restaurants along the riverfront is the highlight in your trip to Hoi An. Chinese temples, exclusive tea warehouses, Japanese merchant houses awaits your discovery. A few kilometers inland, Hoi An affords visitors the comfortable accommodation, authentic shopping experiences and mesmerizing sights to explore on foot. No cars on the main street. No airport and no train station either in Hoi An old town but attract a huge of visitors each year by its own quietness and old beauty.

Hoi An Old Town after dark

Additionally, you also explore the ruins of My Son and Cua Dai nearby with many exciting activities such as windsurfing, snorkeling, sunbathing and swimming. Discovering both the ancient towns and stunning beaches in your Vietnam luxury tours by putting your footprints in Hoi An old town. It will be time well spent. It leaves the deep impression in the eyes of visitors by not only its unique beauty but also the special romance.

Lanterns - one of the Hoi An ancient town

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