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Located on the banks of the poetic Thu Bon River, in central Quang Nam province, 30 kilometers south of Da Nang, Hoi An ancient town is an Eastern oriental classic captivation. With the strategic location on the banks of the great river, with one...more
All reviews lots of shops beautiful at night great shopping colourful lanterns narrow streets lovely town full moon japanese bridge walk around night market buy a ticket street food street vendors old quarter da nang tourists vietnam
If you visit Vietnam this is a must see area. Unique old buildings and structures with the added bonus of no vehicles. The night markets are a big attraction and don't forget to barter. Most often you can get the ite for about 1/2 of...More
Did not disappoint. Beautiful ancient town with lanterns everywhere. Very romantic to take a walk especially after the rain. A bit crowded with tourists. Took a day trip there from Da Nang and hired a driver for 500000 VND for entire day.
No visit to Vietnam and Hoi An is complete without a visit and preferably stay in this quaint ancient town. With its street lit silk lamps and wonderful scent of incense this is a magical place. From eating to shopping to browsing to cycling to...More
The old town is super touristic but also very nice, especially when it is lit by lanterns after sunset. There are many shops to sell fake but well done The North Face (and other) products, lanterns, nick-nack, and many more.
If you visiting Vietnam make sure you take the trouble to get to Hoi An. Really wonderful atmosphere and very different from Vietnam's big cities. Make sure you hire a bicycle and explore. Great to wonder around at night, grab a table at one of...More
Absolutely gorgeous town. Lively with plenty of good restaurants and coffee shops. Had nice foot massage and boat ride on River in evening. One of the nicest places have ever visited.
Remember to visit early evening though. Most places close around 10 pm
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There is no need for a ticket to visit the town, however there are are places of interest located in and around the town that requires a ticket. My advice would be to rather split your stay between the beach and the town if... More
There is no need for a ticket to visit the town, however there are are places of interest located in and around the town that requires a ticket. My advice would be to rather split your stay between the beach and the town if possible. It is a short trip by taxi or scooter if you're feeling adventurous. Not much at the beach except restaurants and a few small stores.