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Hoi An Ancient Town, Hoi An

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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A World Heritage Site dating back to the late 16th century, Hoi An Ancient Town remains an inhabited and historically preserved port village, with about 12,000 current inhabitants. The town displays remnants of the various nations who held stake in the spice trade run at its ports, including buildings of traditionally Chinese, Japanese, French, and Dutch architectural styles. Navigate the town on foot or by bicycle, and stop at one of its many restaurants for local specialties like "white rose" prawn dumplings. Plan to see Hoi An Ancient Town and other attractions that appeal to you using our Hoi An vacation builder.
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  • Charming, but the lady at the ticket counter was so rude we decided not to get in. We walked a little and ended up in from another street anyway. I keep seeing people buying stuff without haggling. Do...  read more »
  • The site is very nice, above all at night the night market with lights and lanterns. The ancient Town is beautiful. The heaviness of the sellers, which stop you every 5 steps detract a little from visit... But ignoring that question, it is a nice place
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  • The little old town is well maintained, with tons of quaint shops and restaurants. Very nice for leisurely stroll. You can buy quality and unique souvenirs (or order a custom suit, seems to be a thing...  read more »
  • It's a beautiful place with charming historic sense. The building and its surrounding is cute. It's a place to visit once but not really a must. The place is nice but the people are terrible. Just you do not speak Vietnamese, they will try to get as much as money from you. I feel like they are the thieves stealing the travellers' money and expectation. I don't mean every Vietnamese is the same but most of them are. They add up the price on every thing in every place even a local shop. The stand, the street seller, local food shop, restaurant, are all just want money. I don't feel of friendship, sincerity, welcoming from most of them at all. Just only a few people I met that make me feel good. It's ok if they charge a little amount but double, three to four times is really disgusting, hopeless and disappointed.
  • Nice place and good culture experience. Beware of theft, after across the crowded bridge , my bag zips got open, many thieves in the crowed place, they targeting foreigners, shop mark up the price, Hv to bargain for more than half price.
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  • Historic place. Stunning colours.
  • This is where the action is in Hoi An. There are tons of tailors, restaurants, and other shopping.
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