The event of launching a new route from Da Nang to Tokyo on the last July has opened up new opportunities for Hoi An Tourism to be promoted in Japan, expectedly welcoming a large number of Japanese tourists.
Phuc Kien Assembly Hall is one of the typical architectural works in Hoi An. Thanks to its unique architecture, it is gradually becoming one of the tourist attractions luring the large numbers of tourists in Hoi An.
Hoi An possesses numerous cultural historical relics and beautiful landscapes captivating both domestic and foreign tourists. Among them, Japanese Covered Bridge is considered as the soul and symbol of Hoi An existing more than four centuries.
Built nearly 200 years ago, Tan Ky Old House is one of several oldest houses in Hoi An. Retaining unique features in the interior decoration and objects from ancient times, the old house is recognized as a national historical-cultural relic in Vietnam.
Located near Hoi An Ancient Town, Hoi An Silk Village gradually becomes an appealing attraction luring tourists. Coming here, tourists have a chance to ascertain about fabric-weaving methods as well as admire special handicraft products.
Hoi An Handicraft Workshop keeps an incredible collection of traditional handicrafts. Tourists will actually find all kinds of arts and crafts from brocade weaving, textile, pottery or lacquer ware here.
Sa Huynh Culture Museum is home to numerous artifacts and materials on Sa Huynh Culture. Thanks to unique values of architectural and historical significance, it deserves one of attractive destinations of Hoi An travel.
Cua Dai Beach is an ideal bathing beach with beautiful natural scenery along the fine white sand and clear blue sea water. Going to Cua Dai, tourists can participate in various types of entertainment such as swimming, water sports and relaxation.