Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town
Hội An Ancient Town

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: 02353861779

Time to visit a place: 180 phút

Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 10:00 PM

Email: hoiancmmp@gmail.com

Address: Minh An Phường Minh An, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

The ancient town of Hoi An has been formed and developed from the 16th to the 17th century. It was once one of the busiest international trading ports in Southeast Asia. The town was the meeting point for many Asia - Europe merchants who came here to exchange goods, from countries such as China, Japan, Siam, India, Netherlands, Spain, England, France...It was held in the form of an international fair for 4 to 6 consecutive months each year depending on the monsoon season. Therefore, Hoi An was considered a land of convergence, interference, and acculturation of many East-West cultures. Hoi An ancient town is famous for its typical well-preserved architecture of a traditional Asian trading port. Statistically, Hoi An currently preserves almost intact 1360 relics, including many types: houses, family chapels, communal houses, pagodas, temples, assembly halls, ancient wells, harbors, markets... Through the ups and downs of history, the flow of time covers Hoi An with peaceful and silent beauty. Hoi An impresses visitors with mossy yin-yang tiled roofs, ancient walls and colorful lanterns. Walking around the old town, visitors will have the opportunity to visit the hundred-year-old relics and experience the festive atmosphere of "Old Town Night" with traditional games, folk songs, etc. ... View more

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The ancient town of Hoi An has been formed and developed from the 16th to the 17th century. It was once one of the busiest international trading ports in Southeast Asia. The town was the meeting point for many Asia - Europe merchants who came here to exchange goods, from countries such as China, Japan, Siam, India, Netherlands, Spain, England, France...It was held in the form of an international fair for 4 to 6 consecutive months each year depending on the monsoon season. Therefore, Hoi An was considered a land of convergence, interference, and acculturation of many East-West cultures.

Hoi An ancient town is famous for its typical well-preserved architecture of a traditional Asian trading port. Statistically, Hoi An currently preserves almost intact 1360 relics, including many types: houses, family chapels, communal houses, pagodas, temples, assembly halls, ancient wells, harbors, markets... Through the ups and downs of history, the flow of time covers Hoi An with peaceful and silent beauty. Hoi An impresses visitors with mossy yin-yang tiled roofs, ancient walls and colorful lanterns. Walking around the old town, visitors will have the opportunity to visit the hundred-year-old relics and experience the festive atmosphere of "Old Town Night" with traditional games, folk songs, etc. Visitors can also stop at street-side eateries to enjoy Hoi An's specialties such as Cao Lau, Quang noodles, chicken rice... All these create an ancient and idyllic space like the soul of Hoi An people.

Hoi An ancient town was recognized as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO on December 4, 1999. Up to now, Hoi An has become a famous and indispensable destination in the journey to discover Vietnam and the central region of domestic and foreign tourists.

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