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28 An Thuong 1 street, Ngu Hanh Son district, Da Nang city
Hoi An ancient town (Phố Cổ Hội An)
Traveling to Hoi An ancient town is an interesting and memorable experience for many domestic and foreign friends. Hoi An Ancient Town is a famous tourist destination about 30km southwest of Da Nang city center. Not noisy, bustling, Hoi An brings calm and ancient beauty. The attraction of the city more than 400 years old comes from the ancient architecture, moss-roofed houses, colorful lantern streets.. In addition, Hoi An is also famous for its unique traditional festivals such as the village god festival, the commemoration of the industry ancestors, the celebration of religious saints,... and games. Folklore such as Ho drill, Ho pounding rice, Bai Choi, ... Not only being immersed in the idyllic beauty of the old town, traveling to Hoi An ancient town you can also discover the interference between Eastern cultures from Japan, China and Vietnamese culture. Because Hoi An was originally the busiest and busiest trading port that existed under the Nguyen Dynasty about 200 years ago, it was the trade between Vietnam and other countries (Japan, China, ...) that created a Hoi An is multi-cultural, multi-colored exists to this day... To explore Hoi An ancient town tourist areas, you can choose one of the following means: Motorbike: this is your preferred personal vehicle. With 120,000 - 150,000 VND/day, you can do a tour of Hoi An ancient town at your own discretion, turn into each small and large alley, stop to check-in and visit whenever you want. Taxi: if you know the way and do not want to waste time finding your way, taxi is the most ideal choice to move to Hoi An tourist attractions. Cyclo : Walking around the old town by cyclo is an interesting and memorable travel experience you should try. If you want, take a cyclo at Tran Phu or Phan Chau Chinh, the price is about 150,000 VND / car / hour. Bicycle: this is the ideal choice for you to walk around and explore the peaceful beauty of Hoi An ancient town. Some hotels have free bicycles for you to stay, or if you need to, you can rent a bike for only 40,000 VND/day. Famous ancient assembly hall in Hoi An ancient town Cantonese Assembly Hall: Located in the center of Hoi An old town, Cantonese Assembly Hall is very noticeable. The Assembly Hall was originally a meeting place for business, built by a Chinese Cantonese merchant association, so it has a unique Chinese architecture. The work is a delicate combination of wood and stone, intricately carved dragon and unicorn motifs. Trieu Chau Assembly Hall: also known as Ong Bon Pagoda. The sophisticated architecture, decorative motifs according to folk legends, especially the embossed porcelain motifs create a unique feature of the Chaozhou Assembly Hall. Phuc Kien Assembly Hall: known as the largest and most beautiful assembly hall in Hoi An tourist area. Behind the gate of Tam Quan, a large garden, there is a rockery with a statue of carp crossing the dance gate. Coming to the Fujian Assembly Hall, do not forget to visit the main shrine area dedicated to Thien Hau Thanh Mau, the queen giving birth, and 12 midwives. In addition, in the post-mortem, those who come here can light large incense rings, often hanging along with information sheets to pray for health and fortune. Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau or Cau Pagoda) - Your check-in place When traveling to Hoi An ancient town, you must definitely stop at Cau Pagoda - a unique check-in place here. Japanese Covered Bridge stands out with its wooden pillars, painted with vermilion, elaborately carved, meticulous and most especially built on a stone bridge with soft arches. Japanese Covered Bridge is the bright spot of Hoi An land, after 400 years, it still stands majestically across a quiet Thu Bon river. In the past, this place was a busy trading port, so it was boldly imprinted with the outstanding architectural interference of Vietnam and East Asian cultures such as China, Korea, and Japan. In the evening, when Cau Pagoda lights up, the pagoda's shadow is imprinted on the water surface, shimmering in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Hoi An town. Hoi street chicken rice  Chicken rice sounds very familiar, but Pho Hoi chicken rice has a very different taste. Delicious, flexible rice served with chicken, onion, Tra Que herbs and sour papaya; Add a cup of rich soup to make the dish more attractive. Hoi An rice cake Hoi An beo cake is processed quite meticulously. To make delicious banh beo, the processor needs to choose good rice, prepare shrimp and meat ingredients. When guests come to eat, the owner arranges the cups on a tray, adding filling and fragrant onions. To enjoy banh beo, you use a "bamboo knife" (a bamboo stick shaped like a blade), this is also a special point that stimulates your curiosity when sipping this Hoi An specialty. Traveling to Hoi An ancient town, what to buy as a gift? Traveling to Hoi An ancient town, what to buy as a gift? Here are the ideal suggestions for you!  Traveling to Hoi An ancient town, many of you have chosen to buy gifts for your family and friends. To he Hoi An is not only eye-catching but also a symbol of the ingenuity of the artisan, the childhood memory of Hoi An people and also the traditional folk culture of the nation. Silk: Hoi An is famous for its 300-year history of exporting silk to Asian countries. Hoi An silk is not only precious because of its soft quality from natural silk, but also contains many respectable cultural and historical beauties of Quang. Therefore, when traveling to Hoi An, you often choose to buy silk as a specialty of Hoi An as a gift for your family. Lanterns: Lanterns are a very familiar symbol in the space of Hoi An ancient town. Today, in addition to traditional lanterns, Hoi An people have created lanterns that can be folded and carried easily, suitable for everyone to buy as gifts for friends and relatives.       


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