Top place must visit in Hoi An

According to Art Thomya, a Thai singer/songwriter, about the 7 places to visit in Hoi An, I will add and correct some details with the native viewpoint.

Hoi An Old Town is located 30km south of Danang City, and 60km northeast of Tam Ky. Hoi An used to be an international trade center by sea on the east area in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was the busiest trading port in Dang Trong region of Vietnam during the reign of Nguyen as merchants f-rom Japan, China, Portugal, Spain, Holland…often stopped over to exchange and purchase commodities.

Japanese Covered Bridge (Cầu Chùa or Cầu Nhật Bản or Lai Viễn Kiều)

A little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An, built in the 17th century. More detail

Tan Ky Ancient House (Nhà Cổ Tấn Ký)

Tan Ky Ancient House was constructed almost two centuries ago as the home of a Vietnamese merchant.

My Son Sanctuary (Thánh địa Mỹ Sơn)

Mỹ Sơn means Beautiful Mountains. This place is located in Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, not Hoi An.
This a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples in Vietnam, constructed between the 4th and the 14th century AD by the kings of Champa.
As of 1999, Mỹ Sơn has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Vinahouse Space (Khu du lịch Vinahouse)

It is located in Dien Ban district, Quang Nam province, not Hoi An.
Recognized as the biggest traditional architecture Museum in Vietnam, Vinahouse Space Museum has become a popular hoi an attraction of tourists in the whole world coming to the Central Vietnam.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village (Làng gốm Thanh Hà)

The Thanh Ha Pottery Village in Hoi An used clay mixing techniques, burning and baking time and heat modulations to bring out different colors like pink, pinkish-yellow, red, light brown and ink-black in the wares. The craftsmen also modulate all these aspects to achieve immense durability in their products. Aside of the regular articles, the Thanh Ha Pottery Village in Hoi An is also renowned for its bricks and tiles of various shapes and sizes. More detail

Hoi An Silk Village (Làng Lụa Hội An)

From an idea of an original Quang Nam people who has long time attached to silkworm and mulberry tree in Duy Xuyen Commune of Dai Loc District, the village was born to restore the culture of weaving fabric career and to provide tourists more knowledge on the history of this traditional career. Hoi An in the past was a port shipping silk to the world

An Bang beach (Bãi biển An Bàng)

An Bang Beach is one of the few stretches of beach in Hoi An that’s relatively unspoiled by development, making it a popular option for soaking up the sun and enjoying an array of seaside activities.
I think Cua Dai beach is more famous than An Bang beach

Tra Que Vegetable Village (Làng rau Trà Quế)

With intense colors and a more of a rural setting, the Tra Que Vegetable Village in Hoi An is a must visit when in this amazing city. The livelihood of around 150 farmers and 400 owners call this place home and create the highest quality vegetables produced in Hoi An.

Cua Dai beach (Bãi biển Cửa Đại)

Cham Islands (Cù Lao Chàm)


Quan Thang Ancient House (Nhà cổ Quân Thắng) is considered the most beautiful ancient house in Hoi An
Phung Hung Ancient House (Nhà cổ Phùng Hưng)
Trieu Chau Assembly Hall (Hội quán Triều Châu)
Cantonese Assembly Hall (Hội quán Quảng Đông)
Phuc Kien Assembly Hall (Hội quán Phúc Kiến)
Nhà thờ tộc Trần
Hoi An market (Chợ Hội An)
Rừng dừa bảy mẫu
Khu du lịch sinh thái Thuận Tình

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