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Hoi An Sightseeing

Located perfectly on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Hoi An was one of the major trading centers of Southeast Asia. Come and have fun exploring the historical ruins of the Sa Huynh and Champa cultures at Hoi An during your sightseeing tours in Vietnam. Not only this there is much more to watch out for in Hoi An like the romantic Thu Bon River, Cham and Cua Dai Beach. During the period between the 16th and late 19th century, Hoi An was an important international seaport town. Hoi An is one of the Vietnam’s four World Heritage sites and has a lot to offer you during sightseeing in Vietnam.

The Tran Family Worship House:
Having an influence from the Japanese and Chinese architecture, the Tran Family Worship House is one of the major tourist attractions of Hoi An. Surrounded by a garden and high fences, The Tran Family Worship House was built by a mandarin of civil service named Tran Tu Nhac. This house is divided in to two parts, the first part is used for worship, whereas the second part is reserved for the family.

Phung Hung Old House:
Built in 1780, Phung Hung Old House is a 3-storey building. The third floor of the Phung Hung Old House was used as a refuge for many families during the flood in 1964. The design of the house was influenced by the Japanese and Chinese architecture. No wonder, this house is worth visiting during sightseeing in Hoi An Vietnam.

Japanese Covered Bridge:
Located on the west end of Tran Phu Street in Hoi An is the Japanese Covered Bridge. This popular landmark of Hoi An was built in the early 1600’s by the Japanese community. Sightseeing in Hoi An is no doubt incomplete without a visit to the Japanese Covered Bridge.

Museum of Trade Ceramics:
Located at 80, Tran Phu Street, the Museum of Trade Ceramics houses a variety of unforgettable broken pottery. Get to know about the handicraft and culture of Vietnam with a visit at this museum.

Various Meeting Halls:
Then there are a number of meeting halls in Hoi An that you can visit during Hoi An sightseeing. Cantonese Meeting Hall is located at 176, Tran Phu Street. Hokien Meeting Hall is ideally resting between Tran Phu and Phan Chu Trinh Streets. Chinese All-Community Meeting Hall is located next to the Fujian hall.

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