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Hoi An (Vietnam)

Introduction

Located in Quang Nam province, the old town of Hoi An is a popular tourist destination in Vietnam. Founded in the 15th century, this port city has long been an important trading center in Southeast Asia.
Today, the former Faifo of the French colonists is famous for its well-preserved architecture, a blend of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese influences. Its romantic alleyways, houses with patinated gold facades and famous covered bridge have made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999.

The old town of Hoi An is full of fascinating sites to discover

The Japanese Covered Bridge

Built in the 17th century, this famous structure has become one of the city's most emblematic symbols.
Strolling along Rue Nguyen Thai Hoc, lined with handicraft stores and ancestral houses, offers an authentic glimpse of traditional architecture.

Phung Hung House

This magnificent restored community home is also a must-see to capture the essence of Hoi An.

Tan Ky House

Built two centuries ago by a family of Vietnamese origin, this gem of a house has been lovingly preserved by seven generations. Look for Japanese and Chinese influences in the architecture!
Take Tran Phu street  to admire

The Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation

Originally a traditional assembly hall, it was later transformed into a temple for the worship of Thien Hau, patron goddess of sailors.

Assembly hall of the Hainan Chinese congregation

Built in 1851, this assembly hall is a memorial to 108 merchants from the island of Hainan who were mistaken for pirates and killed in Quang Nam province.

Chinese community assembly hall

Founded in 1773, this assembly hall was used by Hoi An's Fujian, Cantonese, Hainanese, Chaozhou and Hakka congregations.

Beyond these heritage gems, Hoi An is also renowned for its magnificent beaches.

An Bang beach

Just a few kilometers from the city center, this beach boasts beautiful scenery, turquoise waters and fine sand.

Cua Dai beach

Even further south, this sandy tongue will appeal to lovers of idleness and water sports, offering a complete change of scenery in the heart of this coastal region.
 
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