Attractions in Hoi An

The Old House of Tan Ky

Two hundred years of history have done little to diminish the cultural importance and aesthetic charm of the Old House of Tan Ky. This is an absolute prize among the Hoi An Ancient Town, in Central Vietnam. The house build was influenced by Chinese and Japanese architecture styles. The pillar supports are intricate affairs supporting […]

The Museum of Trade Ceramics

The Museum of Trade Ceramics is to be found in Hoi An, on the Central Coast of Vietnam. This is a museum that showcases the very start of the city in which it sits. Hoi An has a long and fascinating history as a trading port with countries as diverse as China, India, Japan, the […]

Quan Cong Temple

The Quan Cong Temple in Hoi An, was consecrated in 1653, this small temple is situated in the heart of the Ancient Town. It is dedicated to Quan Cong who was an esteemed Chinese general in the three-kingdom period of ancient China. He was considered to be a symbol of loyalty, sincerity, integrity and justice. […]

Museum of Sa Huynh Culture

The Museum of Sa Huynh Culture is located in the beautiful city Hoi An, on the coast of central Vietnam. This is a museum that showcases the pre-historic Sa Huynh culture of the region. It exhibits incredible terracotta work that has been found in the area. The Museum of Sa Huynh Culture was established in […]

My Son Ruins

Vietnam has more than its fair share of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one of them is the My Son Ruins close to Hoi An. This part of Vietnam was the centre of the Champa Kingdon between the 4th and 13th centuries. Spiritual linked to Hinduism, this was the religious and political capital for the […]

Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is among an amazing 5 such listed sites in and around this delightful seaside town on Vietnam‚Äôs east Central Coastal region. The 2 mile stretch of gorgeous white powdery sands can be found to the north-east of the town. The […]

Japanese Covered Bridge

The beautiful little Japanese Covered Bridge is a Hoi An attraction and one that has become the emblem of this delightful, old Vietnamese seaside town and port. A bridge was first built here as long ago as the 1590s by the Japanese community. It was designed and constructed to link them with the Chinese community […]

Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town is surely the most interesting attractions in the city. It is an extremely well-preserved example of a typical South-East Asian trading port. It dates from the 15th to 19th centuries. The buildings and street plan reflect the local and international influences that have combined to produce this unique UNESCO World Heritage Site. […]