We explore Vietnam’s former trading post of Hoi An, steeped in history and with so much to offer…
VOV.VN – The central province of Quang Nam has planned diverse activities to celebrate UNESCO’s recognition of My Son sanctuary and Cu Lao Cham (Cham Islands) as a world cultural heritage and biosphere reverse.
The ancient city has planned to curb noise of horn among motorbike and car users in the community as well as promoting safe and ‘non-engine’ vehicle traffic in offering peace environment for tourists visiting the city.
Visit the ancient Champa Kingdom that dates back to the 3rd century and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Set in a lovely valley surrounded by mountain peaks, the temples that were rebuilt in the 7th-century became a sanctuary of Hinduism.
The ancient town is ranked the fifth cheapest global destination in the Post Office’s annual Long Haul Holiday Report.
VOV.VN – Hoi An ancient town, a world cultural heritage site, in the central province of Quang Nam has attracted countless visitors who delight in looking out on the spectacular sunsets on the Hoai River.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched an official website, https://www.vietnam.travel, which provides useful information for tourists visiting Vietnam, such as visa procedures, preferable itineraries and recommendations for first-time visitors to the country.
Hoi An ancient town in Vietnam’s central region has been listed by CNN as one of the 16 most relaxing places in the world.