If the Thu Bon River were not blocked, there would be no bustling Da Nang today. Winning or losing does not matter. This river made Hoi An and buried Hoi An. However, it also keeps the old picture here and achieves the status of Hoi An as a world cultural heritage. The river is wide. The scenery on both sides of the strait is beautiful.
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I simply leave plenty of time to savor the ancient town carefully. Wearing shorts and walking on the slippers of the hotel, I wandered along the quaint and fresh alleys like a "ghost". There is a small river passing by the ancient town, and several tributaries extend to the ocean. Passenger and cargo wooden boats are convenient for transportation.
It can be regarded as the mother river of Hoi An. There are tourist services on the river. There are many river lanterns on the river bank at night, but when you put it down and float for a while, you will be salvaged and sold again. It is also great to watch the sunset in the afternoon on the Qiuben River.
The most beautiful time in Hoi An is when the lights are turned on at night, so the Qiu Bon River is also greatly decorated with lanterns. There are big lotus lanterns on the river, and Buddha statues. Tourists can also take small boats to put them on the river. The lights are pretty good.
In the evening, the vendors will start to sell one after another, and can ride a bicycle along the river, sunset, the river against the background, lanterns hang up, boats, very poetic picture, play is also very happy.