Much talked about, Hoi An is an ancient town with an alluring atmosphere. Neighbouring Danang, and accessible only by road, this UNESCO World Heritage Centre has a medley of history with a mixture of eras reflective in the towns architecture.
Well preserved Chinese shop houses, French colonial buildings and the iconic Japanese Bridge make this town unique.
Take a leisurely stroll and delve into the golden hued streets, discover boutique galleries, cute cafes and restaurants and a multitude of tailor shops.
Renowned for its impressive and quick tailoring, travellers often head home with an abundance of garments.
Rounding off Hoi An’s appeal is the picturesque countryside best explored by bicycle, complemented by the beaches of Cua Dai and An Bang.
A buzz with travellers day and night, this quaint town’s charm will not disappoint and will leave you wanting to stay for longer