Tag Archives: Hoi An traveling

Car Free Day Campaign In Hoi An

The central city of Hoi An on Sept. 9 launched its first Car Free Day campaign, coinciding with its annual Nature Day in which over 5,000 people participated. The ancient city was the first city in Vietnam to host a Car … Continue reading


Hoi An Town Traveling

Tourists or locals keen to admire landscapes and Vietnam of the past, are most likely to head to Hoi An. There the passion of discovering the natural beauty of the nation is easily done with the romantic and unique features … Continue reading


Hoi An Attractions

The Hoi An seaside is a real attraction to me, but there’s a much more prominent reason than that for coming back to. During my two-year stay in Vietnam, I have been to Hoi An four times. At first, I attributed … Continue reading


Vietnam Hosts The 10th Hoi An – Japan Festival

The 10th Hoi An – Japan Festival, part of this year’s “Heritage Tourism 2012” campaign, will kick off in the ancient town of Hoi An, central province of Quang Nam, on August 24. The opening ceremony is set to take … Continue reading


Visiting Hoi An Actient Town In Late Spring

As the storm blows off the coast, the cold winds have returned to Hoi An’s almost-ancient streets. Luckily, at noon it is still sunny the new spring’s natural colors wake up this dreamy place with magic energy. It’s as though … Continue reading


“Noon” In Hoi An

At 11:30, I headed out to try and purchase some plants for my new home. As I crossed the bridge into town, I noticed gates closing, feet up, and streets emptying. As I reached the garden shop, I asked the … Continue reading


Night Life At Hoi An

When night falls, the ancient town of Hoi An, a World Cultural Heritage Site, becomes sparkling and fanciful in the light of thousands of lanterns. From somewhere, the chants of the Quang area sung by young women resound, fascinating visitors. … Continue reading


The World Heritage Site of Hoi An Increases Pedestrianisation

The World Heritage Site of Hoi An is intended to be entirely pedestrianised, an official has announced. Le Van Giang, Chairman of Hoi An City People’s Committee, said that the old town was trying to preserve its tranquility, and was … Continue reading