Hoi An is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam that traveller can enjoy an ancient and peaceful life. Hoi An the countless “Old Houses” featuring well-maintained traditional architecture, there is Hoi An market, grand halls and stunning pagodas.
Having many place to visit at Hoi An old town as Tra Que Village, Hoi An Silk Village, Japanese – covered bridge, Tan Ky old house, Cua Dai Beach, An Bang Beach, Phuoc Lam pagoda, Ba Le well,…
Cua Dai Beach
Cua Dai beach is located in the area of Cam An Ward, about 4km to the north-east of Hoi An Town. Cua Dai Beach is over 3km in length and up to 300m in width. The beach boasts fine white sand, clear and blue water, moderate slopes and small waves, which make it ideal for recreational activities like swimming and other sea sports.
An Bang Beach
An Bang Beach is the local, public beach of Hoi An. It is nestled about 4 kilometres from the town centre at the end of a country road that passes through verdant farmland.
If you want an alternative to the coconut palm fringed Cua Dai beach, An Bang is a nice alternative – although restauranteurs can be a bit pushy.
Tra Que Vegetable Village
Located in Cam ha commune, Hoi An Town. Tra Que Vegetable were famous for a long time with many vegetable products were grown on fertile soil, fertilized with seaweed from Co Co River so they have own unique flavor.
Hoi An Silk Village
Opened in Agust 2012 , Hoi An Silk Village is based on the ancient silk weaving traditions of Quang Nam province. It used Hoi An as a commercial seaport for over 300 years.
You will know about the history of Quang Nam and the silk making process at here. Additionally, guests will be shown the life cycle of silkworms in action. You can help harvest mulberry leaves, feed silkworms and even watch as silkworms weave their cocoons. Visitor will then be shown how cocoons are transformed into silk thread and how the silk is treated and refined to become ready for clothing.