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Hoi An Old Town
867 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Ancient Settlement
Hoi An Old Town is about 30 kilometers from the city of Da Nang. This is an ancient city filled with ethnic Chinese architecture and people. Dotted with Chinese and Japanese-style buildings, there are a number of mutually beneficial societies including the Fujian Society, the Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Society, the Huizhou Society, the Hainan Society and the Chinese Society. During daylight hours, Hoi An Old Town is bustling. Consider strolling along the streets poking your head into the small shops or stopping for a cup of coffee in a café. Once night falls, Hoi An Old Town is very charming. It transforms into a world of lanterns lit in a variety of colors. Wherever you look, lanterns of all shapes and sizes are hung high illuminating the street below.
Cham Island
160 Reviews
Nature Reserve
Located on the east of Hoi An, Champo Island was once the site of the ancient Maritime Silk Road. The scenery here is very original, with blue sea water and beautiful corals and algae, which is very suitable for snorkeling. Champo Island established a nature reserve in 2003 and joined the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in May 2009.
Japanese Covered Bridge
300 Reviews
Historical Site
The Japanese Pontoon Bridge was built in 1593 and was built by the Japanese. It was confirmed by the Chinese during the Ming Dynasty in China. It is similar to many ancient Chinese bridges. Interestingly, the bridge is guarded by a monkey at one end and guarded by a dog at one end. There are also 12 zodiac signs in Vietnam, but it is slightly different from China. There is an exhibition room in the middle section of the bridge. The bright yellow French architecture and the tall coconut trees are reflected on the river. Together with the afterglow of the setting sun, it is quiet and harmonious.
Site Archeologique de My Son
153 Reviews
Historical Site

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Vietnam is one of the countries closest to China. It is deeply influenced by the Chinese civilization. Chinese characters have been the common language of the country for a long time. After the invention of the mutter, it gradually replaced the Chinese characters. There are many cities in Vietnam, but the most mixed style of architecture must be Hoi An. Hui'an is located in the central part of Viet Nam and belongs to the jurisdiction of Guangnan Province. From the 5th century to the 17th century, it has been a prosperous port city, and its business commerce has been at the forefront of Southeast Asian port cities. Walking on the streets of Hoi An, you will see a variety of Chinese clubs and Chinese temples inadvertently. The more famous ones are the five gangs, the Guangzhao Hall, the Chaozhou Hall, and the Qiongfu Hall. These halls are equivalent to the fellowships. In the past, it played a role of unity and cooperation, and its architectural style is completely Chinese. On the streets of Hoi An, you can also see a lot of antique Chinese courtyards. Chinese is the protagonist of these courtyards. Some couplets have the illusion of being in China. In addition to Chinese-style houses, Hoi An is the most common yellow house. Its appearance is simple yet elegant, and the style absorbs the essence of French, Vietnamese and Chinese architecture. The yellow building is located in the streets of Hoi An, and Hoi An has become a veritable "yellow city". The yellow style was not the architectural style of Hoi An in ancient times. The reason why it has become so foreign is that France has colonized Vietnam for more than 80 years. In these eighty years, French life and French aesthetics have infiltrated and assimilated the Vietnamese.
Posted: Apr 10, 2019
When I see the picture, everyone will think that this is Cambodia, but in fact it is Vietnam. Here is the Meishan site, located more than 50 kilometers west of Hoi An. Meishan has a history of more than 1,000 years and is the cultural soul of Vietnam. Meishan is the site of the ancient Champoor. It is the largest religious site in Vietnam. It is called "Angkor Wat in Vietnam". The temples here are made of masonry and have been the sacred center of Champoa for thousands of years and have been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There was a lot of viciousness in the Vietnam War. The brick tower that has not fallen for a hundred years can't resist the raindrops. After the war, only the remaining towers in the area were preserved. It has many similarities with Angkor culture. The scale and craftsmanship may not be comparable to Angkor, but the overall gas field is still very strong. The site is built in a dense valley surrounded by mountains. A total of 70 Hindu temples have been built throughout the valley. The towers of Zhanpo are built of red bricks. Although not tall, they are complex and reflect the Hindu style. Also, because the Angkor Wat, a huge city built with megaliths, is more resistant to the test of wind and rain, the corrosion is more severe, and some places are wild grasses; the more the ruins go in, the broken stone columns on the ground. The more, the better the sculptures are better. Photo: It is recommended to wear colorful clothes, national style is more suitable Ticket price: 15w Vietnamese Dong Time: 6
Posted: Dec 11, 2018