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Did you know 33,000 people reside in this part of Quang Nam? You're bound to have some new BFFs by the time you finish your trip!
To reach Hoi An from Hanoi, the national capital, you'd need to venture 630 kilometres to the southeast. Another good point of reference is Tam Ky, which lies 35 kilometres to the southeast.
If you're the kind of lastminute.com.au customer who just loves seeing the most iconic sights, Hoi An Ancient Town is the perfect place for you to head to.
Whether you're young in age or just young at heart, the Tra Que Vegetable Village is the place for you!
Find it almost impossible to imagine taking a break and not being next to the water? Non Nuoc Beach is calling your name.
Take a few hours to wander the hallways and learn more about our amazing world at the Museum of Cham Sculpture. The carefully selected artefacts and interesting exhibits will definitely teach you something new.
Whether you like to read the interpretive texts or simply let the works speak for themselves, you'll have a great time poring over the canvases on display at the Hung Long Art Gallery.
Get a glimpse into the influence that Hoi An's past figures and events had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the Museum of Folklore and the Sa Huynh Culture Museum. The Museum of History and Culture and the Hoi An Museum are also worth a trip for an even deeper insight into days gone by.
Are you eager to see some historically significant sights? A day out at Tan Ky House or the My Son Sanctuary with give you a deeper understanding of Hoi An's heritage. The Assembly Hall of the Hainan Chinese Congregation and the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation are also well worth a visit.
You'll likely spot Chua Cau while exploring Hoi An. This age-old structure was constructed long ago and will survive for a long time to come.
Intrigued by religion? Get to know the region's relationship with spirituality at the Quan Cong Temple and the Cam Pho Temple. If you want to see even more, continue on to the Chuc Thanh Pagoda and the Phuoc Lam Pagoda.
An important piece of Hoi An's layout, Song Hoai Square is worth a stop. There's often a decent number of people milling about, so it's a nice space to amble around and enjoy the atmosphere of the city.
Whatever you're looking for, there's a good chance you'll find it at one of Hoi An's multitude of shopping centres. Central Market and Hoi An Cloth Market ought to be the first places you try. If you couldn't find what you were searching for there, perhaps you'll have better luck at Reaching Out - Hoa Nhap Handicrafts or Ba Le Market?
If the non-stop sightseeing is tiring you out, why not see a show or two at the Traditional Theater?
While it's easy to focus on seeing the most well-known attractions here, there are also a few rewarding lesser-known tourist sights. Cam Thanh Bridge is one example. Cua Dai Bridge is also worth your time.
With such a fantastic range, you won't have any troubles snagging your Hoi An hotel. At the moment, lastminute.com.au lists more than 235 digs.
Thrifty travellers can rest easy. Budget rooms await at the Tan Thanh Garden Homestay and the VaiA Boutique Hotel HoiAn. These digs are proof that good service doesn't need to break the bank. Or perhaps you'd rather live like royalty at the Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam? The Anantara Hoi An Resort is another popular option for those who can't say no to the finer things in life.
Whatever else you do, you absolutely can't miss Hoi An Ancient Town. To make sure you get the full experience with this world-famous attraction, why not stay nearby? The Hotel Royal Hoi An - MGallery by Sofitel is about 0.7 kilometres away, while the Almanity Hoi An Wellness Resort is 0.8 kilometres away.
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The roof top pool was very nice, but the ground pool was looking a bit old & tired with broken/missing tiles. The breakfast room/restaurant was also very nice and the rooms were spacious & well appointed. The only disappointing aspect were the large tour groups from China, Taiwan etc that came every ...
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The hotel was in a great location close to everything. Brest was good. The room was huge with comfortable beds and great aircon. The shower could have been better but it was good enough. Rooms serviced daily with water and all essentials. The pool area had a few chipped tiles but overall nice.
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