Hoi An Old Town is about 30 kilometers from the city of Da Nang. This is an ancient city filled with ethnic Chinese architecture and people. Dotted with Chinese and Japanese-style buildings, there are a number of mutually beneficial societies including the Fujian Society, the Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Society, the Huizhou Society, the Hainan Society and the Chinese Society. During daylight hours, Hoi An Old Town is bustling. Consider strolling along the streets poking your head into the small shops or stopping for a cup of coffee in a café. Once night falls, Hoi An Old Town is very charming. It transforms into a world of lanterns lit in a variety of colors. Wherever you look, lanterns of all shapes and sizes are hung high illuminating the street below.
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Appreciating and understanding historic culture, style, and vietnamese local delicacies is when you visit the Hoi An Old Town in Vietnam. Hoi An is the most prominent attraction. Historically it was a trading port dating back to the fifteenth century: an important stop on the Silk Road and the most popular place to trade in Asia. Today, it has morphed into a retailing center that draws heavily from the traditional artisanship of the past, especially with clothes and leather goods and others. Walking around the Old Town you’ll see Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and French traits in the various buildings. At its center you’ll find the poetic Thu Bon River peppered with little rustic boats and colorful lanterns edged by a variety of charming restaurants, cafes, shops and stalls. Make sure you go for an afternoon wander along its ‘walking’ streets and narrow lanes at some point during your stay. This requires an entrance fee.
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One thing we dont want to missed when we travel is to buy some souvenir in the city or country we visited. Hoi An is a market and a tourist attraction where you can go when you go to Vietnam. Quiet cheap and good quality.
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Speaking of the ancient city, perhaps your mind will find a long list of names such as Lijiang, Pingyao, Dali, Xi'an, Jingzhou, Huizhou, Suizhong and Phoenix. But if you talk about foreign ancient cities, you may want to take a look, because its existence is too low, or it has become a relic, or has completely disappeared, there is very little "live" to the present, belonging to "only heard of Haven't seen the series.
However, Vietnam has such a special ancient city. As early as the 5th century AD, it was already a famous seaport in ancient Champo. It has a history of more than 1,500 years and is the most ancient and ancient in Vietnam. The place, known as the Chinese version of Lijiang, was listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage List in 1999.
She is the ancient city of Hoi An, a city that has been thriving due to port trade. Its development has experienced four stages of formation, development, prosperity and decline. For more than a thousand years, merchant ships from China, Japan, Southeast Asia and South Asia have exchanged trade in Hoi An Port, making the port a regional hub. Since the 15th century, the Netherlands, Portugal, Britain, France and other Western countries have set up commercial stations in Hoi An Port. The "internationalization" temperament has become more apparent.
Hoi An - the oldest city with Fu and the year-old taste, the sun shimmers the mottled dragonfly on the yellow house. If there is enough time, it is time to find a faded plastic chair, half of the sun is half cool and the coconut is looking at it. The merchants took the burden and sold the snacks, and then walked into the Lantern Street along the Qiupan River. Where is the aurora mushroom with the national accent, and the Vietnamese also had the Spring Festival, so it is hopeful to see many authentic Australians. ~ Physical strength can be called a Vietnamese version of the "guest to die first", through the time, become the scenery ~