HOI AN

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Many travellers rate Hoi An close to their favourite place to visit in Vietnam. It’s a perfect combination of history, architecture, cuisine and beaches. The original traditional street pattern still exists, as does the quay that once welcomed ships from all over East Asia and beyond.

Wandering the old streets is a delight and three kilometres from the town center lying An Bang and Cua Dai beaches, which are composed of white sand fringed with palm trees and overlooks the South China Sea. The Cham Island 18 kms offshore is best accessed on a diving, snorkelling or beach and island tour.

Getting around Hoi An is a breeze. With the exception of the journey out to the Cham temples at My Son, pretty much everything else in Hoi An can be done on foot and bicycle. The countryside of Cam Thanh commune offers a closer look to handicraft villages and its unique Nipa palm mangrove forest. And the cycling around Cam Kim island brings you an authentic taste of rural life.

Many travellers rate Hoi An close to their favourite place to visit in Vietnam. It’s a perfect combination of history, architecture, cuisine and beaches. The original traditional street pattern still exists, as does the quay that once welcomed ships from all over East Asia and beyond.

Wandering the old streets is a delight and three kilometres from the town center lying An Bang and Cua Dai beaches, which are composed of white sand fringed with palm trees and overlooks the South China Sea. The Cham Island 18 kms offshore is best accessed on a diving, snorkelling or beach and island tour.

Getting around Hoi An is a breeze. With the exception of the journey out to the Cham temples at My Son, pretty much everything else in Hoi An can be done on foot and bicycle. The countryside of Cam Thanh commune offers a closer look to handicraft villages and its unique Nipa palm mangrove forest. And the cycling around Cam Kim island brings you an authentic taste of rural life.