Hoi An, Vietnam
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Palao Show

Palao Show

Debut on November 2018, Palao (the Cham word for ‘letting go’) is a soulful work of art that conveys the spirit and culture of Cham ethnic people. The quest of this tribe is depicted through contemporary stage language and... Read more...

Palao Show

Hoi An Memories Show – A feast for the eyes

Hoi An Memories Show – A feast for the eyes

This artistic ship brings culture, history and beauty the golden days of the past back: “Give us four hours, we will hand you back 400 years of Hoi An.” Taking place on the trip of land on Hoai river, the Memories of Hoi An... Read more...

Hoi An Memories Show – A feast for the eyes

Cam Nam village

Cam Nam village

Cam Nam Village, just a bridge away from Hoi An‘s  Old Quarter, is a nice getaway from the hectic pace of central Old Town. This tranquil destination, which welcomes hundreds of guest everyday, typifies the sort of... Read more...

Cam Nam village

Thanh Ha pottery village

Thanh Ha pottery village

Thanh Ha pottery village is a well-protected village, where tourists can make pottery by themselves. While making potteries, tourists can also learn history of pottery. Undonely, pottery is a significant and traditional goods in... Read more...

Thanh Ha pottery village

Duy Hai fish market

Duy Hai fish market

Duy Hai fish market is a traditional fish market in Hoi An. Tourists are suggested to eat the fresh seafood in the local restaurant after visiting the fish sauce company. There are about 2,000 citizens in Duy Hai. Most of the... Read more...

Duy Hai fish market

Cam Thanh village

Cam Thanh village

Cam Thanh village is not only suitable to family or group. All of the tourist can discover Nipa palm forest by bamboo boat after learned how to control. Nipa palm forest is a place that inside Cam Thanh village. It would be a... Read more...

Cam Thanh village

Hoi An Traditional Art Performance Theatre

Hoi An Traditional Art Performance Theatre

Kim Bong Carpentry Village

Kim Bong Carpentry Village

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Kim Bong Carpentry Village

Tra Que Vegetable Village

Tra Que Vegetable Village

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Tra Que Vegetable Village

Cham Island (Cu Lao Cham)

Cham Island (Cu Lao Cham)

Cu Lao Cham (Cham Islands) is located approximately 15 kilometers from the ancient town of Hoi An and quite near Cua Dai Beach. This exotic destination is endowed with marvelous topography of mountain slopes and biological... Read more...

Cham Island (Cu Lao Cham)

My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary

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My Son Sanctuary

Fujian Assembly Hall

Fujian Assembly Hall

This Assembly Hall is located at 46 Tran Phu Street and known as a place belongs to the largest ethnic group in Hoi An (the Fujian), Fujian Assembly Hall is 625 m to city center and 21 km to the airport. The Fujian Hall is the... Read more...

Fujian Assembly Hall

Tran Family Chapel

Tran Family Chapel

Tran Family Chapel was built by Tran Tu Nhac, a favoured mandarin who lived under the rule of Emperor Gia Long around 200 years ago. This family chapel located at 21 Le Loi Street, 669m from city centre and about 20 km to... Read more...

Tran Family Chapel

Japanese Covered Bridge

Japanese Covered Bridge

Located between Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and Tran Phu Street, 1 km from Hoi An Center and 20 km to the airport, Japanese Covered Bridge (Chùa Cầu or Lai Vien Kieu) is work is of Japanese merchants who came to Hoi An and built in... Read more...

Japanese Covered Bridge

Hoi An Handicraft Workshop

Hoi An Handicraft Workshop

Handicraft workshops in Hoi An is one of the meaningful destinations and always is chosen for every journey to visit the old town of Hoi An, so visitors will know the importance of handicraft to this region. Through moments like... Read more...

Hoi An Handicraft Workshop

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