Hoi An Attractions Overivew

Boasting historical profoundness and impressive architectural aesthetic value, traveling to Hoi An is a must-do out of must-do. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located just south of Danang city, taking a 45-minute ride to get there. Once a leading Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century, Hoi An today is one of the country's wealthiest towns and a cosmopolitan melting pot, making it one of the most important tourism centers in Vietnam.

Hoi An Ancient TownHoi An Ancient Town

Though numerous visitors swarm the small town home to not more than ten thousand people, fortunately enough, Hoi An hasn't been contaminated with traffic and pollution. Hoi An attractions are very well-preserved examples of traditional Asian buildings display the fusion of cultures over time: tidy alleys packed with local shops having artworks, daily groceries, and handicrafts on sale; historic Chinese temples and Japanese merchant houses still shine under the sun; visitors seek relaxation in distinctive cafes along the riverfront; the local market is hustled every day on its duty to make people's life easier, etc. Walking further, you'll reach the Japanese Bridge, built in the early 17th century by Japanese craftsmen and renowned for its exquisite decorations.

One of the must-try activities in Hoi An is the Eco Tour, which provides authentic social and cultural insight into the local Vietnamese way of life. Meanwhile, you will take part in some hands-on activities that are fun, safe, and interesting to people of all ages.

Eco Tour in Hoi AnEco Tour in Hoi An

Speaking of things to do in Hoi An, you've bunches of choices in hand. The town is famous for its pottery making. To see where its reputation lies, one should visit the nearby Thanh Ha Pottery Village, where potters are welcoming and friendly, and you’ll find the tour is well deserved.  If one is on the lookout for a culinary mecca, join our cooking class held by Green Bamboo Cooking School, which receives several hundreds of good reviews on TripAdvisor and is dubbed ‘the best cooking class you will find’ by travelers. Make sure it is in your special request.

Of course, no one wants to miss the cultural part of a place he visits. That's why we have My Son Sanctuary on our itinerary - a fascinating complex of religious monuments originally comprised of 71 structures and 32 epitaphs. Is it enlisted in UNESCO? Why not!

All in all, you should never skip Hoi An in your Vietnam tour

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