Hoi An Ancient Town, a World Heritage, lies on the bank of Thu Bon River of Quang Nam province, was one of the major trading centers of Southeast Asian in the 16th century. Their original structure is well-preserved until now with tile-roofed houses and narrow streets. After many centuries, Hoi An is still respectful of its traditions, folk festivals, beliefs and of its sophisticated culinary art. Set in a quiet environment and surrounded by peaceful villages, Hoi An is actually a nature present to this Central area.
Pick up at your hotel and start you trip by walking to visit Hoi An ancient town. The tour includes visits to must-see Japanese Covered Bridge, Assembly Halls of Chinese influence, Sa Huynh Museum , Ancient House and a Handicraft workshop.
Stop at a Tea House where they serve delicious coffee, tea and biscuits – traditional and locally made. Most staffs are hearing impaired or deaf – a interesting experience as you write down you order and have little wooden blocks with words to communicate. It’s a calm and quiet place – the beauty of silence. Enjoy a cup of tea before back to hotel. End of services
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