Destination: Hoi An

Hoi An was once the principal port of Vietnam , the foreign traders came from all over the world, but mostly from China and Japan from 16th to 18th century. The town features the mix of cultures and traditions of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and European who came and settled in Hoi An as a part of trading business. In one small tour of Hoi An, tourists can find various architecture sites built by Chinese such as: Phuc Kien communal house, by Japanese: the Japanese Bridge, and some French Houses. That jam-packed sights, peaceful atmosphere and well-preserved living pattern makes it an essential destination for all tourists coming to Vietnam. In 1999, UNESCO recognized Hoi An as World Heritage Site. More about Hoi An