Hoi An City (Quang Nam Province, Vietnam) is an attractive destination, enchanting many domestic and international tourists. Not flashy, magnificent, the attraction of this land comes from its homely beauty.
About 30 km south of Da Nang city, Hoi An ancient town is the central highlight of Hoi An City, located on the banks of the romantic Thu Bon River. The old area of Hoi An owning hundreds-of-years architectural relics becomes one of the well-known tourist places in Vietnam to visit.
The ancient city features with the red tile roofs covered the moss, the yellow walls decorated bougainvilleas, and the lanterns lighting up the Thu Bon River at night, which depicts the life of the former busy port more than 300 years ago.
Leaving aside the modern activities that rhyme every day, Hoi An is still there with the slow pace of life of the people, the intact old beauty that attracts visitors.
No longer a busy commercial port, Hoi An is now a peaceful old town, welcoming tourists everywhere to visit. The pleasant charm of Hoi An exists through the life rhythm of the people here.
Early morning fruit stacks along the banks of the Thu Bon River, industrious women making lanterns, and relaxing moments of the elders on the old porch contrast to the hustle of tourists coming here. All make Hoi An unique, still peaceful even in the bustle.
When traveling to Hoi An City, besides exploring the Hoi An Ancient Town, you can visit many famous tourist destinations nearby, spend time at beautiful beaches and taste great local food.