[Scenery] The ancient city of Hoi An is very different from the ancient cities in China. Although it has been commercialized, it is small and fresh and does not make people feel bored. [Fun] Hoi An during the day and Hoi An at night give people a different style. Hoi An during the day is like a sunny boy, while Hoi An at night is full of lanterns and brightly lit, like a reserved girl. [Value for money] There are no tickets, the prices are cheap, and you must bargain if you take the boat, because the boatmen are all quotes randomly, half of the hurdle, SPa60 yuan, super value.
All roads lead to the ancient city, and only a few scenic spots are circled to collect tickets. If you accidentally enter, just go back and bypass it. The ancient city of Hoi An is a bit like Dali, Yunnan. All kinds of small shops exude their charming charm in the lazy afternoon sun. There is a lot of verdant green on the eaves of each store. What makes me surprised is how big tree trunks are needed for vigorous vitality? After a closer look, I found that it turned out to be just as thin as vines winding up the corner of the wall, so amazing! Many tourists in Hoi An City look the same as Chinese. When you help take pictures, the outlets are all foreign, but I didn't meet a Chinese. Wandering in a foreign country and feeling the romance and elegance of Vietnam from the bones, it seems that the influence of French colonialism is deeply rooted in my heart.
Very beautiful town. The lanterns at night are very colorful and food is so good here. Will be back for sure!
Great ambient & environment in Hoi An ancient town, suurounding by many stalls, sip coffee to enjoy the relax moment.
The whole place is so aesthetic, eye pleasing and the vibe is just so unexplainable. Every corner is photo worthy and the cafe and shops are also very aesthetic. I couldn’t stop myself from stopping at every corner to take a photo as everything is worth admiring . And at night time it gets better the streets are filled with lanterns and the riverside is filled with lanterns and boats and bars with live music . the market is also opened around the night time and the street foods are the best thing I’ve had in Hoi An. overall it’s a great place and worth a visit !
Rather touristy in areas, but still has charm. Full of restaurants, bars and trinket shops. Worth a visit, but not an all day trip.