By Lan ChiJuly 27, 2020 The best Hoi An dishes are exclusively available within the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is this remarkable city, utilising fresh greens, herbs, fish, meat, and even water from the neighbouring Tra Que Vegetable Village, Cham Island, Ba Le Well, and Cam Nam Village. Once a prominent Vietnamese trading port, Hoi An’s specialities are the result of Chinese, French and Japanese influences.
Taking part in a cooking class is not only a fun activity but also offers great insight into local culinary culture. In addition to learning awesome recipes, you get to make delicious food and memories to last a lifetime. Here are the best cooking classes in Hoi An.
Lots of visitors explore Hoi An by scooter, bicycle or on foot, which can be an amazing experience. However, the rivers that run through and around the city offer an important window into its past. Read on to discover the best ways to experience Hoi An’s waterways.
It doesn’t take much to fall for the allure of Hoi An. One photo of central Vietnam’s small, yellow city and its myriad lanterns has most tourists looking for a flight. Despite its popularity as a travel destination, however, some of the coolest sights to see and activities to do in Hoi An remain under the radar. Read on to find some of the lesser known highlights of this hotspot.
While the busy streets of Hoi An have plenty to offer, sometimes a spot of fresh air is just what’s required. Harry Menear takes us for a walk, highlighting the best of the countryside near Vietnam’s beautiful yellow city.
Charming Hoi An lies on the coast of central Vietnam and is home to colonial architecture, rich culture, and breathtaking beaches. Visitors are enchanted by the relaxed pace of life and stunning local attractions. Here are the best hotels in Hoi An to temporarily call home during your Vietnam stay.
Hoi An is a tourist hotspot, thanks to its authentic looking streets and striking yellow buildings. But it’s the proximity to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world that makes it such an attractive place to visit. Let Culture Trip guide you through the best of Hoi An’s coast.
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