Perhaps not as dignified as the Imperial City, Hue, or as vibrant as the Big Market of Saigon, the ancient town of Hoi An attracts visitors by its unspoilt romantic aura.
Visiting Hoi An, you will be able to see the old green mossy roof tiles of a thousand photographs, the sparkling lights in the night or the hundred-years-old bungalows with ornate traditional carvings. The ancient town of Hoi An preserves in their original state a complex of ancient architectural relics, including many houses, communal buildings, pagodas, temples, wells, bridges, churches, harbors and markets. Narrow streets crossing each other form chess-like squares.
In addition to retaining cultural values through diverse architecture, Hoi An still preserves a large base of traditional culture. The everyday life of the residents with their customs, beliefs, folk arts, cultural festivals are being preserved and promoted alongside the romantic natural scenery, traditional villages, Special dishes to make Hoi An become an increasingly attractive destination for discerning tourists.
This was underlined by UNESCO recognising Hoi An ancient city as a site of World Cultural Heritage.