Obsessively traditional, Hoi An has become a fixture on the tourist map of Vietnam. Radiating old charm and bountiful architecture, this once-sleepy town has risen above its trading port roots to become a UNESCO World Heritage site, dotted with a cacophony of narrow streets, old-style shophouses, art galleries, and food streets. With all this on its impressive resume, it really isn’t surprising to find Hoi An on anyone’s travel bucket list.
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Hoi An Ancient Town Tour: Japanese Covered Bridge & Old House from Hoi An– Half Day
Hoi An, Vietnam