How Hoi An Center is unique?
The most famous attraction of Hoi An is the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is about 74 acres (30 hectares). Cross Bridge Pagoda, a bridge with a temple-style dome was built in the 16th century. Inside the bridge is a small temple worshiping Vo Bac Emperor, according to folk beliefs as governor of the weather. Visit the ancient Thang Long over 150 years old with fine wood carvings.
Continue to explore the five congregations of the first overseas Chinese to settle in this land with a distinctive architectural style. Visiting Hoi An Folklore Museum is the best places for a day trip in Hoi An and learn more about the culture and daily life of local residents. Discover ancient artifacts from the 8th to 18th centuries at the Hoi An Trade and Ceramics Museum.
The Old Quarter is also an ideal shopping destination. Here, visitors can buy a variety of leather products, traditional lanterns or other interesting handmade souvenirs. And just like at any other tourist destination, do not forget to pay (bargain). Hoi An is also famous for its tailor-made garments for the day. That the reason why it’s best Vietnam cities to visit.
After a tour, stop at one of the bars, restaurants or cafes along the river, enjoy the Hoi An’s bread, or the famous high-floor bar. In the evening, Hoi An has many interesting things waiting for tourists, with high-end restaurants intermingled with popular restaurants or youthful nightclubs.
The old town is also located near Cu Lao Cham. From the river, visitors can take a speed boat or ferry to visit the wild beach, with forests and small fishing villages.
Walking is the ideal way to explore Hoi An. The town is completely banned from motorized vehicles for several hours a day. That’s why travelers can take a stroll on the narrow streets.
It’s great for
- Shopping tour, family with teen, couple, photographer