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Hoi An

Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Vietnam's central coast, is celebrated for its charming lantern-lit streets and beautifully preserved architecture. The town's old-world charm, with its wooden merchant houses and the iconic Japanese Bridge, creates an inviting and picturesque setting. Stroll through the quaint alleyways, savor the local cuisine, or take a boat ride along the Thu Bon River for a truly enchanting experience in Hoi An.

Must-see attractions in Hoi An

An Bang Beach

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Ang Bang Beach, Hoi An, Vietnam

Japanese Bridge

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Japanese Covered Bridge, also called Lai Vien Kieu in Hoi An, Vietnam

Fujian Assembly Hall

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Fukian Assembly Hall or Phuc Kien in the Hoi An ancient town in Quang Nam Province of Vietnam

Hoi An Night Market

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Colorful lanterns spread light on the old street of Hoi An Ancient Town

Bay Mau Coconut Forest

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Tourists visit water coconut forest in Hoi An, Vietnam

Tra Que Vegetable Village

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Farmers work at Vegetable Village in Hoi An, Vietnam

Tan Ky House

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Museum of Folk Culture

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Quan Cong Temple

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