Quang Nam
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Ancient Settlement
E36***86Charming ancient town. Walking and biking through the town is better at night. There a small river with tour boats nightly to experience the town as well.
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Historical Site
E56***88located right in the central of town, you definitely have to visit when you have came Hoian
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Beach
翱翔的大鲨鱼An Bang Beach in Hoi An is a white sand beach with a long coastline. The environment is beautiful and the number of tourists is not too much. Along the beach, there are many restaurants where you can eat seafood while enjoying the invincible sea view, which is suitable for consumption.
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Historical Site
小猪罗比Aka the Sage-zi Abbey, or the Meishan Holy Land, from the 3rd to the 12th century, it has been the ruling center of the Champa Kingdom, the oldest and largest architectural complex of the existing Champa Kingdom. In the 4th century, the dead king was buried there. The first wooden temple in the Meishan Holy Land was built in the late 4th century AD and burned 200 years later in a fire. Renovation was made using a lot of more durable building materials. Each generation of the rich and powerful Chandha dynasty built new temples, or to restore the old temples. From the 4th century to the 13th century, the total number of temples built more than 70, making Meishan the kingdom's holy place. The Meishan Holy Land has survived unharmed since it was abandoned at the end of the 13th century. The site was discovered more than 100 years ago by archaeologists. Repair began in 1937. But only 20 of the 70 temples and ancient towers survived the 1969 bombing by the U.S. Army. In 1999, UNESCO listed the Meishan Temple as a cultural heritage.
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Nature Reserve
Island/Peninsula
Beach
E56***88you can take Daily tour or go by yourself to island, many interesting activities and fresh seafood
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