Hoi An Attractions
11 Best Places to Visit In Hoi An
Formerly an important trading port in Indochina during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Hoi An now still retains much of its Asian authentic architecture as well as its nostalgia ambiance. In this UNESCO World Heritage Site, stand still various constructions of different Asian cultures, among which Japanese Pagoda Bridge and Chinese Phuc Kien Assembly Hall are the most outstanding. Hoi An’s handicrafts and tailor-ship are renowned worldwide. Aside from all of these sightseeing and shopping experience, the rural area surrounding Hoi An is ideal for bicycle, beach and boat-cruise trips.
The introduction of newly-opened Hoi An Impression Themed Park has brought a completely splendid experience. Prepare yourself for an eye-popping journey to go through the most amusing history session you could only have once in a lifetime.
Walking around the Old Quarter of Hoi An, tourists are always fascinated by endless reminiscences of a past time when the old town was a major commercial port, a center of cultural interminglement amongst Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese.
Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the Old Quarter of Hoi An Ancient Town, Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town.
If you are interested in learning about local craftsmanship and traditional culture of Hoi An, do not miss Kim Bong Village.
The village is named after the sweet scented vegetables that spice up the everyday meals of the Hoi An people.
Cham Island is a group of 8 small islands, which has been recognized by UNESCO as the World Biosphere Reserve (Cu Lao Cham Marine Park).
If Hoi An enchants you by colorful lanterns along downtown streets by night, charming red towers in My Son surely amazes you in the sunset.
Hoi An is famous for its historical role as a bustling trading town, hence the construction of many assembly halls for old-day traders to convene and socialize.
One of the five famous Assembly Halls Hoi An, Fukien Assembly Hall was erected around 1690 to function as a place for the Chinese ethnic group from Fukien, China to socialize and worship.
Tran Family Chapel is more than just a family's worshiping house: it is a historical landmark of the world famous Hoi An town.
The Japanese bridge (Chua Cau in Vietnamese) has always been an icon of the tranquil port town of Hoi An. The bridge is known for its graceful curves and the inspiration from Zen spirit.
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