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My boyfriend and I went on one of the small boats and were not sure what to expect. The scenery was quite nice but it was all the same, just coconut trees around a small area of a river. We were taken to the middle...More
We really enjoyed riding a bamboo basket boat!
The fee was expensive than I had expected. We paid 400000VND per person 1hour.
At first I thought that’s a lipoff...
But It was actually a lot more fun than I expected. We were fully satisfied.
Go (with an open mind) if you have time to kill in Hoi An, but it's not a must-have.
The boat ride spends less time serenely paddling through palm mangroves and more time watching dance performances on floating platforms and in other boats on the...More
We spent 4 days in Hoi An and on our last day we decided to rent a motorbike and visit this place.
We took a boat with a local tour operator (eco something). The tour operator was good, unfortunately the place is a...More
This, I would say, was one of the best attractions. It was peaceful, noisy and fun. 😊 I was surprised that a lot of tourists I met did not have this on their list of attractions to cover. I experienced Halong Bay, Trang An, Night...More
We decided to take the free hotel bicycles to ride the 6km or so out to the coconut forest. Once you get close you will see there are lots of places on the water offering coracle rides. We got hassled by a few people but...More
This is a fun tour just outside Hoi An, with an opportunity to go out on the river in a conical boat and see some beautiful coconut forests. It takes some serious skill to steer and paddle these boats; after a dare from our boat...More
It's quite far to ride bicycle from Hoi An Ancient town to this area (45-ish minutes). So it's better just to take a taxi or moped in my opinion. It's very interesting to ride the basket boat through the coconut forest. But the disco music...More
We were lucky to go out with an older oarsman who entertained us with singing; pointed out places for photos; showed us how local people catch crabs in the water coconut groves; and generally communicated (without any common language between us) that he enjoys his...More