Hoi An

My Lai Massacre Village (or Son My Memorial) in Quang Ngai

The Vietnam war (or the American war) lasting from 1955 to 1975 was one of the darkest periods in history. So many people lost from both sides, the North Vietnam and the South Vietnam which had the difference in politics. … Read More

Cam Kim Island: The Peaceful Countryside of Hoi An

For those who love the countryside, Cam Kim island shouldn’t be missed in Hoi An. It’s a peaceful, non-touristy river island surrounded by the Thu Bon river that is not far away from the Ancient town. Here, rural villages are … Read More

Getting from Hue to Hoi An: Which is the Best Way?

Hoi An usually is the next stop after Hue. This town boasts its old town which is well-preserved, charming, colorful and photogenic. At night, it’s full of lantern lights and local residents serve plenty of yummy street foods. Here, the … Read More

Cycling in Hoi An: Rental, Where to Cycle and Tours

Hoi An is a bicycle friendly town. This town spans an area of 45 km2, and its centre (called ‘Hoi An old town’) is only 4km2, making it one of the tinest cities in Vietnam. Here, the distance to major … Read More

The Best Time to Visit Hoi An

Weather is very important when traveling because it decides how much travelers enjoy the trip generally and in particular, attractions they go to. Vietnam is a long country, stretching from north to south for thousands of kilometers and the climate … Read More

The Bamboo Circus Show (Teh Dar Show) at Hoi An Lune Center

Hoi An is a great destination to learn about the cultures in central Vietnam. Back to history, it’s an international trading port, and a melting pot between different nationalities. Before Vietnamese arrivals, on-site Cham people followed Hinduism and left numerous … Read More

Cua Dai Beach: The Famous Beach of Hoi An

For a long time, Cua Dai beach was known as ‘Hoi An beach’. It’s always busy because it owns a lengthy, wide stretch of soft sand with turquoise water and islands in the front, and lush mature coconut palms in … Read More

The Japanese Covered Bridge

In the heart of Hoi An old town, the Japanese covered bridge is the emblem of Hoi An, and is the symbol of its Unesco world heritage site. It boasts an existence during many centuries and a unique architecture, making … Read More

Bach Ma National Park: Hiking, Trekking in Da Nang and Hoi An

Two best places for trekking and hiking in and near Da Nang are Son Tra mountain (peninsula) and Bach Ma national park. Which one is better is actually personal because these hot spots have similarities and differences. The same things they give … Read More

Hoi An Wet Season: What to Do in Hoi An When It Rains?

No beach, no pool, no outdoor adventures? What to do in Hoi An when it rains? This is a very popular question from travelers who come to Vietnam in the wet season. The rainy season in Hoi An (and central … Read More