翱翔的大鲨鱼An Bang Beach in Hoi An is a white sand beach with a long coastline. The environment is beautiful and the number of tourists is not too much. Along the beach, there are many restaurants where you can eat seafood while enjoying the invincible sea view, which is suitable for consumption.
小猪罗比Aka the Sage-zi Abbey, or the Meishan Holy Land, from the 3rd to the 12th century, it has been the ruling center of the Champa Kingdom, the oldest and largest architectural complex of the existing Champa Kingdom. In the 4th century, the dead king was buried there. The first wooden temple in the Meishan Holy Land was built in the late 4th century AD and burned 200 years later in a fire. Renovation was made using a lot of more durable building materials. Each generation of the rich and powerful Chandha dynasty built new temples, or to restore the old temples. From the 4th century to the 13th century, the total number of temples built more than 70, making Meishan the kingdom's holy place. The Meishan Holy Land has survived unharmed since it was abandoned at the end of the 13th century. The site was discovered more than 100 years ago by archaeologists. Repair began in 1937. But only 20 of the 70 temples and ancient towers survived the 1969 bombing by the U.S. Army. In 1999, UNESCO listed the Meishan Temple as a cultural heritage.
Hoi’ An Village in Vietnam is a very Lively, Charming and fairytale place. In Day you can explore areas near by to it, which are ancient Ruins of Temples. In Night you can explore this village which lights up and turns into a Fairytale Village with Lanterns of different colors. There are food Stalls, Restaurants, Place to buy Souvenirs, Lanterns, One can take Decorated Boat in River flowing in Village and also can float Paper-Candles in River, With multiple Candles in river it looks magical.
HoiAn is easily accessible by Road, Air. One can take flight to DaNang, Nearest airport (Around 30KM). In HoiAn, you can Hire Bike, Or can travel by Public Transport or can walk.
Ly Son is a small island off the coast of Quang Ngai Province with over 50 shrines and temples, as well as sandy beaches and garlic plantations. It is mainly frequented by locals during the holidays due to its secluded position. The island is known for its garlic farms, but there are more than 50 Buddhist temples and shrines that are easily accessible by motorcycle for a day of touring. There are also numerous beautiful beaches with reasonably priced hotels and seafood restaurants. And it's for this reason that I adore this little slice of heaven. When you're in Vietnam, you should definitely pay it a visit.
Hoi An is hands down my favorite city in Vietnam. Lanterns are strung up throughout the old town, making for a beautiful scene at night 🏮✨🏮✨
If you’re looking for bespoke suits, dresses, or even bathing suits this is THE place to go! Tailors here use the softest fabrics with the most esquisito patterns and can have your piece made within a day or two usually. The end result is always quality and the cost is dirt cheap 👌🏾
Food rec: Cao Lau is an absolute must when visiting Hoi An. Trust me, you won’t be disappointed 🤤🤤
Appreciating and understanding historic culture, style, and vietnamese local delicacies is when you visit the Hoi An Old Town in Vietnam. Hoi An is the most prominent attraction. Historically it was a trading port dating back to the fifteenth century: an important stop on the Silk Road and the most popular place to trade in Asia. Today, it has morphed into a retailing center that draws heavily from the traditional artisanship of the past, especially with clothes and leather goods and others. Walking around the Old Town you’ll see Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and French traits in the various buildings. At its center you’ll find the poetic Thu Bon River peppered with little rustic boats and colorful lanterns edged by a variety of charming restaurants, cafes, shops and stalls. Make sure you go for an afternoon wander along its ‘walking’ streets and narrow lanes at some point during your stay. This requires an entrance fee.
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relaxing time in Hoi An
One thing we dont want to missed when we travel is to buy some souvenir in the city or country we visited. Hoi An is a market and a tourist attraction where you can go when you go to Vietnam. Quiet cheap and good quality.
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Shine bright like a lantern in Hoi An. This is a small town on the central coast of Vietnam, situated roughly halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city. This little city was once considered the best port city for trade by Chinese and Japanese merchants. The influence of the Chinese and the Japanese can be seen throughout the ancient city from architecture to food.
The city would light up at night with lanterns while people from everywhere gather and mingle along the river. It is one of the most photogenic and laid back places I have been in Vietnam and for good reasons.
The 1999 UNESCO declared World Heritage Site, old town Hoi An, located in the Quang Nam Province of Vietnam. Located about 45 minute drive from famous province Danang, it is worth visiting since it has beautiful view with amazing history. Unfortunately i couldn't stay until the night time which the area will become colorful and attractive. There are bunch of shops selling souvenir especially Vietnamese Traditional Clothes. Worth a visit!
Hoi An's old streets are jam packed with restaurants. The old merchant town is also the birthplace of one of Vietnam's most delectable local specialties. The cafe scene is booming too.