Hội An is a city located on the central coast of Vietnam known for its old city in good condition, which is crossed by canals. The cosmopolitan history of the old port city is reflected in its architecture, a fusion of eras and styles, from Chinese wooden temples and shops to colorful French colonial buildings, through highly ornate Vietnamese tubular houses and the striking Japanese covered bridge, with its pagoda.
This morning we will visit Hoi An, a charming destination, with two faces: the commercial port of narrow streets and traditional houses, and the beach with its new complexes and long stretches of clean white sand. The heritage of Hoi An is its commercial port, the small merchant houses of the city that house a wide variety of craft shops and artisans, including some of the best tailors in Asia. Despite the 200 years old, the ravages of time and war, the center of Hoi An remains the same as it was when the city was an important enclave, showing its magnificent architecture. You will enjoy a walk through the center of the old city to visit the homes of the ancient merchants over 400 years old. The Japanese Covered Bridge and the colorful market will be the other two visits. Lunch at local restaurant. Return to your starting point