Visit Hoi An
Hoi An, set just inland from the coast along the banks of the Thu Bon River, is home to a richly traditional old town - now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The city was once one of the most important ports in South East Asia, with merchants lured from far and wide by the prospect of highly prized silks. Nowadays, the ships have all but disappeared and the new boom in industry comes from tourism, turning the silk traders into tailors.
Take a walk through the town's winding backstreets and get measured up for a finely tailored silk skirt or suit, enjoy the nearby beaches, the stunning Water Coconut Palm Canal or the ruins at My Son, a 4th century Hindu temple complex honoured by UNESCO as the final bastion of the threatened Cham culture.
Top itineraries in Hoi An
From its great cities and iconic temples to off-the-beaten-track gems, this tour takes in the must-see highlights of two Asian heavyweights – Vietnam and Cambodia.
Discover the best of Vietnam, taking in the country's vibrant northern capital Hanoi, the emerald waters of Halong Bay and the historically rich central coastal towns of Hue and Hoi An. Then, fly south Ho Chi Minh City and the magic of the Mekong Delta and the infamous Cu Chi Tunnels.
The Mekong Delta is often referred to as 'Vietnam's rice bowl'. This rich agricultural land supports a thriving population of farmers, who make their living amidst the abundant waterways that form the mouth of the mighty Mekong River, one of the world's great waterways.
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Top places to stay in Hoi An
Boutique Hoi An Resort is a stylish oasis just footsteps from Cu Dai beach and offers fantastic value for money
An exquisite blend of local and colonial charm, the Anantara Hoi An is made up of three-story colonial-style buildings that reflect Hoi An's history of trade with both East and West. It also has a world-class spa.
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