Hoi An is a small city in Central Vietnam famous for its wooden houses, family chapels, Assembly Halls and for its silk shops. It is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century for Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese and […]
This tour is a must-see for those who are interested in architecture and ancient civilizations. My Son sanctuary was an imperial city during the Champa dynasty, between the 4th and the 12th centuries. Itinerary: We travel about 50km from Hoi An to My Son sanctuary. It comprises many Champa temples, […]
The historic town which used to be a prosperous seaport city from the 16th to 18th centuries is now a beautiful city that can’t be missed while touring the South East Asian region. While walking through the city, we will visit Hoi An’s Colorful Local Market, Tan Ky Old House, Fu Jian Assembly Hall, and the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge. Travelers can also see local residents raise silkworms and produce silk for Hoi An’s burgeoning textile industry.
Mosts tourists who come to Hoi An are struck by the huge array of beautiful products on sale in the shops or boutique, many of these are made at Kim Bong carpentry village and are endowed with deep cultural significance. The red ceramics from Thanh Ha village are mainly used as household culinary utensils.