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A peaceful day in Hoi An

Guide to Hoi An for beginners

Hoi An is the quintessential must visit destination in Vietnam – forget Hanoi, forget Sapa, forget Ho Chi Minh. If you have only one …

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Chickpea Eatery - Vegan

A Vegan/Vegetarian Guide to Hoi An

When you’re traveling, it’s sometimes difficult to find the right food for you. But if you’re a vegetarian, you will always feel comfortable in …

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Stirred clam (Hen xuc) and “smash” cake (Banh dap)

Clam Digging and Try Clam Food of Hoi An

In Hoi An, Viet Nam, we have little clams with a big story that reflects many important cultural elements of our country. Mother Nature …

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Bebe Tailor flagship store at 09 Hoang Dieu

Guide to Tailoring in Hoi An

Hoi An’s name is synonymous with tailoring and not many people leave here without getting some sort of outfit made. But how do you …

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A former port city of Vietnam, Hoi An is well-known globally for housing Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, filled with yellow houses. Lose yourself on winding streets filled with lanterns and traditional houses decorated with wooden carvings of traditional motifs, or spend half a day exploring the Murals of Tam Thanh Village and visiting the iconic Vietnamese Heroic Mother Statue.

The best way to explore the villages of Hoi An is by riding a bicycle. Cars are not allowed, so cycling is the way to go. Don’t forget to have a taste of local street food such as Pho and Vietnamese spring rolls!