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The beautiful city remained relatively untouched by the Vietnam War. Hoi An is known worldwide for its colorful lanterns, narrow streets and low wooden buildings with peculiar tiled roofs, dating from the first half of the 19th century. Many buildings have already been recognized as historically significant. The old town was from the 17th to the early 19th century, one of the most important port cities of Southeast Asia.
The ancient landscape of Cu Lao Cham Island offers many sand beaches, forested hills, and the sea. Facilities for camping, swimming and scuba diving are readily available. The corals and marine life are an attraction in these island waters. The islands are also recognized as national scenic site of Vietnam.
Hoi An is certainly a good place to do a cookery course in Vietnam. A huge range of places offer courses, which gives you the opportunity to shop around and find something that suits you.
Experience Hoi An Ancient Town's quaint streets, ancient shrines, cozy ambiance and hospitable people. A guided day tour will give you a clearer picture of the ancient town.
See what it’s like to be a traditional fisherman on this Hoi An fishing experience on the Cua Dai River.
The traditional Vietnamese "Ao Dai," an elegant long dress for women, is a one piece, close-fitting blouse with long front and back panels, worn over loose trousers
Grab a fascinating peek into some of the most important traditions in Hoi An: lantern making, vegetable cultivation, and ceramic and wood crafts. Cycle to the home of a local craftsman to learn about, and participate in, the ancient art of lantern-making. Peddle on past lush rice paddies to the farming village of Tra Que, Hoi An, to learn about farm cultivation, and get a glimpse of rural life. Then, hop on a boat for a relaxing tour along the lovely Thu Bon River, combined with visiting traditional craft villages.
Honorably recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1999, My Son Sanctuary is captivating in various cultural values. Therefore, it is extremely useful and meaningful for those interested in Southeast Asian culture, which owes its core to ancient Cham culture.
Nestled on the center of the Vietnamese Coast, the city of Hoi An is an ideal location for travelers looking to escape into a tropical paradise.
Start with a cultural exploration at the Ancient Town, listed as a World Heritage Site at the UNESCO registry. Pass by the Chinese Assembly Halls and the Japanese Bridge before strolling along the market by the Thu Bon River where you will see shops selling lanterns and silk as well as artists drawing their interpretation of the city.
You may also want to join a Boat Trip to Cu Lao Cham where you will experience a variety of activities like swimming at Bai Chong and snorkeling at Bai Xep. You can also relax at the white sands of Cua Dai and enjoy other recreational sea sports. If you wish to try your hand at fishing, you can learn how to catch crabs using traditional techniques and even taste your fresh catch of seafood for the with our Hoi An Fishing with Lunch package! Learn how to cook authentic Vietnamese food by joining a short cooking class for delicious recipes that you can take back with you when you embark on a Bike and Cook at Tra Que Village package.