Category: Hoi An

Hoi An travel guide Chinese shop houses and hundreds of ancient buildings have changed little since the 16th to 18th century, when Hoi An’s strategic location by the South China Sea attracted Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian and Dutch traders to the city.

Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack

Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack

Cua Dai beach, Hoi An under sea erosion attack Cua Dai Beach is the place where  Thu Bon and Duong Tu rivers flow into the sea. From 12 months, more than 3 km   coastline of Hoi An is seriously eroded. The beach and hundreds of hotels, clubs, restaurants are at risk of being washed …

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Hoi An

Hoi An

Wait for a full moon to visit Hoi An – you will not regret it. Every month, fourteen days after the new moon, the city’s Old Town bans even motorbikes and shuts off its lights. It then glows with silk hanging lanterns and colourful floats parading down the street. There is singing, dancing, games and …

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Quan Cong Temple

Quan Cong Temple

The Chinese revered and worshipped Quan Cong, a general who was held in high regard for his values of loyalty and integrity. Merchants invoked him, praying that they may also gain such values. In 1653, the large Chinese community in Hoi An city built a temple dedicated to their esteemed general. The Quan Cong temple …

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