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If you associate adventure with deserted islands, crystal clear blue water, and tropical sandy beaches then the tranquil coconut palm settings of Cham Island is just what you are looking for.Offering some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the area, it also presents a chance to swim, tan and relax on what is often your own private paradise beach.
Hay Hay is a new art collective in Hoi An that uses local artists to create contemporary art pieces. Each artwork is used in a series of design products such as stationary, cards, home wares and canvas art, perfect for gifts or lasting memories of Vietnam.Hay Hay promotes local Vietnamese artists and products, empowering them and pushing their creativity, capability and passion.
With stunning never ending beaches, and an ever growing tourist scene Da Nang has officially placed itself on the International map as one of the best cities to visit in 2016.
Da nang is also located within several UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the Imperial City of Hue, Hoi An Old Town, and the My Son Ruins. For a slice of big city life with small city charm, be sure to spend a few days in Da Nang.READ MORE
In Hoi An was created to showcase the best of what Hoi An has to offer. As locals here, we are often asked “Where are the best restaurants in Hoi An?” or “What are the best tours on offer?” This website aims to give you answers to all the questions you may have when traveling to this beautiful ancient town.
Hoi An (Quang Nam Province) is a quaint little town, oozing with charm and history. Its picturesque narrow streets and sleepy riverside is a welcome pit stop on the road through central Vietnam. Lying 30 km south of Da Nang City, this World UNESCO Heritage site was once the largest harbour in South East Asia, and was known as Lam Ap Pho (Champa City). Today, it is a relaxing tourist town that has restricted vehicles from its streets and offers a multitude of experiences, sights and sounds.
Hoi An has something for everyone. Whether you are here for a couple of days or two weeks, there are plenty of sights to see in and around Hoi An. The town is easily explored independently on foot or bicycle or on group tours encompassing the local sights, sounds and smells. Read more
Just wandering the streets of Hoi An is a unique shopping experience in itself. The beautiful yellow-bricked buildings are home to many great local stores. Many hours can be spent perusing the local merchandise that one day will remind you of this magical place. Read more
Everyone that comes to Hoi An raves about the food. Vietnamese food is healthy, balanced and beautifully presented and some of the top chefs in Vietnam have made Hoi An their home. Between the fancy resorts and the local street food there is something for everyone’s taste and budget. Read more
Accommodation is plentiful in Hoi An, from small boutique hotels to large multi storied complexes, from homestays out amongst the trees to resorts and bungalows on the beach, Hoi An is well equipped with top accommodation choices. Read more