Hoi An

Hoi An Attractions

Cham Island (Cu Lao Cham)

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The Cham Islands are a group of 8 small islands of Quang Nam that make up the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park and that are a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. This island offers visitors sandy beaches, rocky cliffs ...  Read more

Hoi An Ancient Town

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History lovers flock to this 2,000-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site, where Hindu, Arab and Chinese influences are reflected in breathtaking architecture, eclectic food and rich culture.   ...  Read more

Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau)

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Tourists flock both day and night to this small bridge at the center of Hoi An, known as the Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau), because of its picturesque beauty. As a result, attempting to cross ...  Read more

Quan Cong Temple

The Chinese general, Quan Cong, was known for his loyalty, sense of justice, integrity and compassion. So it makes sense that one of Hoi An’s most magnificent temples was erected in his honor. ...  Read more

Hoi An Handicraft Workshop

This 200-year-old Chinese trading house is a historic structure where contemporary travelers can bear witness ancient Vietnamese crafts. On-site artisans construct silk lanterns, practice traditional ...  Read more

Museum of Sa Huynh Culture

More than 200 artifacts dating back some 2,000 years are on display at this center for culture in historic Hoi An. In addition to tools and weapons, visitors can examine giant clay jars that once ...  Read more

Museum of Trade Ceramics

Visitors to this museum who expect to see only stunning examples of Chinese and Japanese-influenced pottery will be surprised to find that the halls of this restored traditional home in the center of ...  Read more

Phuc Kien Assembly Hall (Fujian Assembly Hall)

In a city full of historical and architectural landmarks, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall (Fujian Assembly Hall) is not to be missed. What once served as a gathering place for Chinese merchants, today ...  Read more

Phung Hung House

This historic landmark has housed more than eight generations of Vietnamese families over the past 200 years. Built in 1780, rare-wood columns give this striking home its firm foundation and each ...  Read more

Tan Ky House

If Hoi An is where old Vietnam meets new, then Tan Ky House is the city’s nod to its most idyllic past. This well-preserved 18th century private home allows contemporary travelers a look into the ...  Read more

Tra Que Village

Old-school farmers at Tra Que vegetable village in the Cam Ha Commune use traditional techniques to produce some of the region’s most unique crops. Guided farmland tours provide visitors with ...  Read more

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