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As a former international trading port dating back to the 16th century, Hoi An today has transformed into one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations since earning recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage.
The ochre-coloured shophouses with low, tiled rooftops and the narrow streets adorned with colourful lanterns have become emblematic of Hoi An. Apart from the intriguing architecture, trendy boutique shops and cafes in the Ancient Town, there is much to explore in the outlying areas including Cua Dai Beach, and the farming and fishing villages of Tra Que and Cam Thanh.
|My Son||1hr drive|
|Hue||2hr 45min drive|
Traditional boats docked on Thu Bon River in the Old Town lends to the charm of this former fishing village
Hoi An is famous for its colourful handmade silk lanterns
The Old Town lights up in the evening with colourful lanterns
The Japanese Covered Bridge built is an ornate wooden bridge that have remained intact since the 1700s
In the nearby countryside, fishing continues to be an important livelihood