Once an occupied trading port on the legendary Silk Road, Hoi An in modern days is eventually recognized by its recreated, reversed and tranquil beauty of a charming UNESCO World Heritage ancient town. From eras to eras, the yellow houses with red tiles, Indochine architecture buildings, rustic boutiques and hidden temples have been beautifully kept, adding great justice to vibrant Hoi An’s shades.
The surrounding areas boast all highlights to travel trails, with spectacular beaches as of Cua Dai, extensive waterways along Thu Bon River, scenic mountainous views overlooking the holy land My Son as well as stunning countryside villages, embracing lush rice paddies and fertile farms like Tra Que or Cam Nam.
When in town, besides the wonderful landscapes, food culture is also a part of the story that can break any limitation to personal flavors. As a result of Vietnam, Chinese, French and Japanese influences, Hoi An dishes conclude the best from fresh cooking ingredients, sophisticated seasonings and meticulous presentations.
See, taste and explore Hoi An back roads on your preferences!