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Located on the banks of the poetic Thu Bon River, in central Quang Nam province, 30 kilometers south of Da Nang, Hoi An ancient town is an Eastern oriental classic captivation. With the strategic location on the banks of the great river, with one...more
All reviews lots of shops beautiful at night great shopping colourful lanterns narrow streets lovely town full moon japanese bridge walk around night market buy a ticket street food street vendors old quarter da nang tourists vietnam
It would seem that the Ancient town covers a vast area, but really, it is compact, the trouble starts when you want to see everything in 1 day and want to find the best places to buy your sought after souvenirs or clothes. Don't give...More
My flight was tomorrow and I am glad that I did come here as my last destination in Da Nang. The lightings were beautiful and I love the shops and booths along the walking streets. It was a pity that I arrived here quite late....More
I really loved this little city, such charm and history. Old and quaint and so chill. Lots of good shopping good food and good atmosphere. I really enjoyed my stay in and around the area its a must see for all visiting Vietnam.
Our honeymoon started in Hoi An and it didn’t disappoint! Old Town was amazing. Especially at night when all the lantern light up on the river. Plenty of things to see. People everywhere. Made friend everywhere we went. Good shopping and great street food. Had...More
Less than an hour by Road from DaNang is the almost perfectly preserved old trading port of Hoi An. The Old Town consists of historical buildings up to 300 years old - contains bars, resturants, shops, lots of tailors and museum. Vehicles are only allowed...More
Once there you realize why it is so touristic. It is beautiful, very well kept and you can see the Japanese and French influence in the streets and buildings. If you are a shopaholic, you'll be in custom - made heaven (it's Vietnamese tailor meca)....More
My family and I visited Hoi An during December and I really have to say I was amazed.
During the day you can amble up and down the narrow streets and shop and dine or take a small boat for a different perspective of the...More
Response from MohammedD1118 | Reviewed this property |
There is no need for a ticket to visit the town, however there are are places of interest located in and around the town that requires a ticket. My advice would be to rather split your stay between the beach and the town if... More
There is no need for a ticket to visit the town, however there are are places of interest located in and around the town that requires a ticket. My advice would be to rather split your stay between the beach and the town if possible. It is a short trip by taxi or scooter if you're feeling adventurous. Not much at the beach except restaurants and a few small stores.