Wandering around Hoi An ancient town

Located in the central region of Vietnam in Quang Nam Province, the ancient town of Hoi An, one of six sites in Vietnam granted world heritage status in 1999, is a very popular destination for tourists.

The ancient town is registered UNESCO’s world heritage list as being a well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating back the 15th to 19th centuries. Besides the ancient beauty of Hoi An, local tourism has turned the town into a must-visit tourism destination for shopping and relaxation with various art and craft, and tailor shops as well as a variety of coffee shops, bars and restaurants along the riverfront.

Touring around town by cyclo is the favorite way of local and foreign tourists. Along Tran Phu Street and the Hoai River are best choices

By providing tourists with diversified services and local cultural features Hoi An has become an even more attractive destination and attracts a large number of tourists each year. To explore the ancient town, tourists can walk, bike or use a cyclo-pedicab to peruse the narrow streets. Visitors need to bear in mind that they will need to stop often, as every corner of the town is likely to attract their admiration. Hereunder are some newly-taken pictures that feature many activities of foreign tourists in Hoi An, proving the everlasting attraction of the ancient town.
Tourists buy lenterns at a shop. At night, the town becomes even more beautiful bye the light of colorful lanterns. Particularly on the first day and 15th day of the month, tourists can see flower garlands and colored lanterns on the Hoai River

Tourists enjoy a painting by an artist at a gallery. The gallery's owner said that some foreign tourists decide to buy paintings soon after the works are completed


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