Hoi An travel video
The ancient town of Hoi An lies 30 km south of Da Nang, on the branch of the Thu Bon River. In the 16th century Hoi An was one of the major trading ports of Southeast Asia and had many resident western traders. The town of Hoi An has a distinct Vietnamese atmosphere with narrow street and low, tile-roofed houses, many of them still in their original condition.
Hoi An is a UNESCO heritage site and has become one of the most popular tourist destination in Vietnam.
Famous for its unique food such as Cao Lau, a noodle dish made from water of the Ba Le well, and White Rose, a shrimp steamed dumpling.