UNESCO heritage town, Indochina’s major trading port dated back in 17th century with well preserved architecture making it a fusion between Japan, Portugal, The Netherlands, France and China.

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Being reached by either Da Nang Airport (30km) or Hue (150km), Hoi Anancient town is a heritage town, small, classy and peaceful - the kind of place where you may get stuck for a few days, whether it is intentional or not. Originally known as Faifo, this antique town is bordered on its southern side by the Thu Bon River, along which there is a number of small boutique cafes and local restaurantsantique shops, art galleries in their fusion architecture mix of Japan, China, Holland and Portugal. Despite the fact that it is now a tourist haven, the artistic atmosphere and local people create an inviting environment.Tourists are often being lured into the markets to buy silk and to have quality garments tailor made for a very down on earth price.

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  • A slow walking tour of this ancient town with continuous lines of well-preserved red-roofed houses from its prosperous period as a major Asian port. Hoian is a town in which fusion is exemplified at every turn.
  • Boating to a fishing village where you will see & experience the life of a fisherman and learn their fishing tactics. Followed by a short basket boat row along the village of water coconut.
  • Enjoy a cold drink at one of the bars along the river to cool down the day’s heat and chill out with the incredible scene of many lit lanterns along the river.
  • A feast of fresh seafood and calm sea at Cua Dai Beach is another option for ones looking for beach experience while in Hoi An.
  • Taking on a day trip to Marble Mountains and My Son Sanctuary is a recommendation for a day excursion from Hoi An.