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Hoi An

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, the Ancient Town of Hoi An (translated as peaceful meeting place) is a well-preserved example of South East Asian trading port dating back from the 15th to the 19th century. The town was known as, Lam Ap Pho or Champa City, where the Cham natives once controlled the spice trade. At present, Hoi An is one of Vietnam's must-see Tourism destination as it heralds a melting pot for both local and foreign influences, a culinary centre and a shopping hub for unique Vietnamese products.



Tan Ky Old House

Tan Ky meaning, Progress Shop is an ancestral house presenting a near perfect example of 18th century merchant`s residence in this major commercial port located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the Old Quarter(s) of Hoi An

Japanese Bridge

The Japanese craftsmen built the bridge probably in the early 17th century to strengthen the trade route for Japanese merchants that settled in Hoi An. More interestingly, a legend has it that the bridge was built to deter the monster, Mamazu, which has its head located in India, its tail towards Japan and its back in Vietnam. Thus, preventing the area from earthquakes and other calamities. Today, the Japanese Bridge stands as a testimony to Japanese influence in Vietnam

Museum of Trade Ceramics

Built in 1858, the Museum of Trade Ceramics showcases an elegant example of traditional Vietnamese workmanship. A wide collection of antique pieces including exciting artifacts discovered from a ship wreck at a nearby waters in 1733. Chinese pottery dating back from the Tang Dynasty are also on display

Full Moon Festival

On the 14th day of every lunar month, Hoi An turns off its lights and closes the road from motorized traffic. The old town then, transforms into a humble yet colorful spectacle of flickering candlelights and an array of lanterns that draw visitors to witness and celebrate the Full Moon Lantern Festival

Thu Bon River

Referred to as Mother River, this body of water is a source of life to the villagers and fishermen since the ancient time. Ride on old fashioned wooden boat as it gently floats thru the river mountains. An experience at this river will let you forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Also enjoy a unique river cruise experience riding on a to a traditional bowl-shaped boat

 * Free Shuttle to Hoi An and Resort Transportation Service:Here

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