1 of 29 . End of the day

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End of the day

Hội An is an ancient city located in central coast of Vietnam. This ancient town is well known for its tranquility and beautiful scenery. Besides the city traditional neighborhood and its beautiful yellow walls, Hoi An also has great beaches, green rice fields that separated by small roads which make it perfect for bicycle rides. ..Readmore

4 of 29 . Cutting vegetables in Tra Que Village

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Cutting vegetables in Tra Que Village

In addition, the village of Tra Que which is located a few kilometer outside of Hoi An Ancient Town is an another must visit place. This small village is home to hundreds residents who main occupation is to grow all kinds of vegetables. Hoi An offers its best sunsets from May to September. ..Readmore

5 of 29 . Peaceful moment on the river

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Peaceful moment on the river

Hội An is an ancient city located in central coast of Vietnam. This ancient town is well known for its tranquility and beautiful scenery. Besides the city traditional neighborhood and its beautiful yellow walls, Hoi An also has great beaches, green rice fields that separated by small roads which make it perfect for bicycle rides. ..Readmore

6 of 29 . Old couple living in Tra Que village

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Old couple living in Tra Que village

In addition, the village of Tra Que which is located a few kilometer outside of Hoi An Ancient Town is an another must visit place. This small village is home to hundreds residents who main occupation is to grow all kinds of vegetables. Hoi An offers its best sunsets from May to September. ..Readmore

7 of 29 . Cua Dai beach

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Cua Dai beach

Heading east of Hoi An, new housing and hotels mix with older rice paddies, and the riverbank meanders for around 5km to sandy beaches. This palm-fringed coastline extends north to Danang, and despite the development, there are still a few quieter stretches; it's a good area to explore independently on two wheels. ..Readmore

8 of 29 . Hoi An's smile

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Hoi An's smile

Bui Thi Xong is 78 years old ..Readmore

10 of 29 . Young student wearing Ao Dai in the Old Town

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Young student wearing Ao Dai in the Old Town

Hội An is an ancient city located in central coast of Vietnam. This ancient town is well known for its tranquility and beautiful scenery. Besides the city traditional neighborhood and its beautiful yellow walls, Hoi An also has great beaches, green rice fields that separated by small roads which make it perfect for bicycle rides. ..Readmore

11 of 29 . Hoi An ancient street

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Hoi An ancient street

Hoi An ancient street ..Readmore

15 of 29 . Peaceful Hoai River in night in the ancient town of Hoi An

16 of 29 . Tet Trung Thu (Mid Autumn Moon Festival)

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Tet Trung Thu (Mid Autumn Moon Festival)

Tet Trung Thu, as it is known in Vietnam, or the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, is a wonderful ancient festival that revolves around children. The festival, held annually on the 15th of Lunar August in Hoi An, helps create the most charming and picturesque night of the year. It involves the customs of moon contemplation, procession of stars & moon using shaped lanterns, lion dance, as well as parties with moon cakes and fruits. ..Readmore

17 of 29 . Garment service in Hoi An

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Garment service in Hoi An

Year 2014 – A successful year of Hoi An tourism. It has contributed to the fame of Viet Nam tourism and has received praise from newspapers around the world. Therefore, Hoi An is a great destination for tourists. With the shimmering beauty of the famous former trading port of southeast Asia to attract more and more tourists. Coming to Hoi An you should not ignore the beautiful garment service. ..Readmore

18 of 29 . The Zhao Zhao (Trieu Chau) Assembly Hall

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The Zhao Zhao (Trieu Chau) Assembly Hall

The Zhao Zhao Assembly Hall (also called Bon or Am Ban Pagoda) is located at 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu Street. It was built in 1845 by Chinese Zhao Zhao overseas coming from Trieu Chau (China) in order to serve the community and religious activities of the Zhao Zhao people in Hoi An. It is dedicated to the worshipping of the God of Wind and Big Waves. The house’s owners hope this God will always bring luck to them and help them travel smoothly on the sea. Formerly, people often went to the house at night to pray as they thought that was the way for all their wishes to come true. ..Readmore

19 of 29 . Sa Huynh Culture Museum

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Sa Huynh Culture Museum

The museum supplies plenty of information on the ancient people of Sa Huynh civilization, who were the first owners of the Hoi An trading port, having trading relationships with the people of China, India, and South East Asia. ..Readmore

20 of 29 . Phung Hung Ancient House

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Phung Hung Ancient House

The Old House of Phung Hung is one of the most famous architectural buildings in Hoi An, considered cultural heritage of the town. Visit this ancient home in Hoi An and enjoy the old-world charm. ..Readmore

21 of 29 . Old House of Tan Ky

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Old House of Tan Ky

Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Tan Ky House was constructed almost two centuries ago as the home of a Vietnamese merchant. The owner of the house has preserved its interior design and old furniture, as well as many relics of the prospering trade and cultural exchanges among the Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese during the late 17 century. While visiting the small town Hoi An, you must also visit this Old House of Tan Ky to encounter great Vietnamese historical and cultural significance. ..Readmore

22 of 29 . Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien)

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Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien)

Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall, located at 46 Tran Phu Street, was founded in 1690 and served the largest Chinese ethnic group in Hoi An (the Fujian). It contains the Jinshang golden mountain temple and is dedicated to Thien Hau, the goddess of the sea and protector of the sailors. The pagoda is also a place of gathering for the natives of Phuoc Kien. You must visit this assembly hall to discover an excellent work of architecture, also considered a heritage of historical significance. ..Readmore

23 of 29 . Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall

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Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall

The Quang Trieu (Cantonese) Assembly Hall, Hoi An is one of the most famous historical buildings in Hoi An, Vietnam. Besides having a great historical significance, the hall is also a popular tourist attraction. You will be enchanted by this architectural heritage of Vietnam. ..Readmore

24 of 29 . The Zhao Zhao (Trieu Chau) Assembly Hall

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The Zhao Zhao (Trieu Chau) Assembly Hall

The Zhao Zhao Assembly Hall (also called Bon or Am Ban Pagoda) is located at 157 Nguyen Duy Hieu Street. It was built in 1845 by Chinese Zhao Zhao overseas coming from Trieu Chau (China) in order to serve the community and religious activities of the Zhao Zhao people in Hoi An. It is dedicated to the worshipping of the God of Wind and Big Waves. The house’s owners hope this God will always bring luck to them and help them travel smoothly on the sea. Formerly, people often went to the house at night to pray as they thought that was the way for all their wishes to come true. ..Readmore

25 of 29 . The Bridge Pagoda

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The Bridge Pagoda

The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An is a beautiful example of the Japanese architecture of the period. Connecting Tran Phu St with Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St, the Japanese Covered bridge was constructed in the 1590s by the Japanese community of Hoi An, in order to create a link with the Chinese quarters across the stream. Over the centuries the ornamentation of the bridge has remained relatively faithful to the original Japanese design. Its simplicity contrasts greatly with the Vietnamese and Chinese penchant for wild decoration. ..Readmore

26 of 29 . Hoi An ancient town

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Hoi An ancient town

For centuries, Hoi An had developed into a melting pot of various nationalities who came to the area, bringing along their own cultures. Accordingly, Hoi An features the co-existence of indigenous customs and habits and those imported by foreign settlers. ..Readmore

27 of 29 . The Bridge Pagoda (Japanese Covered Bridge)

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The Bridge Pagoda (Japanese Covered Bridge)

The Japanese Covered Bridge or Cau Chua Pagoda (in Vietnamese “Cau Nhat Ban”) is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hoi An, Vietnam. The original Vietnamese name of this bridge is “Lai Vien Kieu”. It is considered that the Japanese Covered Bridge belongs to the Japanese community in Hoi An, and was built in the early seventeenth century. No trip to Hoi An would be completely without visiting Japanese Covered bridge. ..Readmore

28 of 29 . Hoi An old town

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Hoi An old town

Hoi An is an old town down the Thu Bon River, on the coastal plain of Quang Nam Province, about 30 km south of Da Nang City. Hoi An used to be known on the international market with many different names such as Lam Ap, Faifo, Hoai Pho and Hoi An. ..Readmore

29 of 29 . Hoi An Full Moon Festival (Hoi An Lantern Festival)

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Hoi An Full Moon Festival (Hoi An Lantern Festival)

The Hoi An Full Moon Festival is held on every 14th day of the lunar month at the World’s heritage ancient town in Central Vietnam. During these nights, Hoi An ancient town switches off its electric lights and shuts down to motorized vehicles and the lanterns go on (that’s why it is also called Hoi An Lantern Festival). This is a magical festival and gives you a glimpse of what life may have been like when Hoi An was a booming and affluent port 400 years ago. ..Readmore