Sightseeinngs in Hoi An and Da Nang

Q1: WHERE TO GO FROM HOI AN?
A1: You can travel by bus/van to Da Nang and from Da Nang to Hue. There are buses/minivans and trains on this route. You can also take a bus from Hoi An to Phong Nha. Or you can go to Nha Trang, there are various interesting places to visit..

Q2: WHAT TO SEE IN HOI AN?
A2: You can visit: Hoi An central market, Cham Islands, An Bang Beach, Cua Dai beach, Hoi An Old Town, Japanese Covered Bridge, Fujian Assemblt Hall, Museum of Trade Ceramics, Trip to My Son Sanctuary..

Q3: WHERE TO TRAVEL FROM DA NANG OR HOI AN?
A3: • There are many places where you can travel in central and southern Vietnam. If you will be traveling to the south – you can travel by train/plane to Nha Trang or you can continue to Ho Chi Minh City.
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Q4: HOW TO GET FROM DA NANG AIRPORT TO HOI AN?
A4: • You can take a bus or private transport (van, minivan) from Da Nang Airport to Hoi An, it takes about 1 hour and tickets cost about $4-5/pp. Read > How to get from Da Nang Airport to Hoi An.
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Q5: THE MOST WELL-KNOWN SPECIALTIES IN HOI AN?
A5: Hoi An has dozens of local delicacies. When making mention of the most well-known specialties in this beautiful town, it will be a great mistake without mentioning Quang Noodles (Mi Quang), Cao Lau, Chicken Rice (Com Ga), White Rose (Banh Bao Banh Vac), Steamed Rice Pancake (Banh Beo), Hoanh Thanh, Hoi An Bread, and Fried Rice Pancake (Banh Xeo). Visiting Hoi An, you should not miss these mouth-watering food. .

Q6: COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT’S THE BEST TIME TO VISIT THE TOWN?
A6: The best time to visit Hoi An is from February to April, when the weather is most pleasant with gentle sunshine and a little light rain sometimes.

Besides, it is much greater if you can arrive in the town on the 14th day of each lunar month to enjoy the Ancient Town Night. At this time, all houses and streets in Hoi An are lightened by colorful lanterns instead of electric lights as usual. The warm light from lanterns makes the town look romantic than ever, and become a great walking place for couples. Besides, many traditional art performances also take place in Hoai River to serve tourists at the night..

Q7: WHEN TO GO TO DA NANG
A7: Da Nang’s weather doesn’t see too much variation, which places it high on our list of ideal climate spots. We were happy not to find scorching temperatures here, even in the middle of summer. From May to September, it doesn’t get much hotter than 24 degrees Celsius, and in other months throughout the year, the low sits around 20 degrees.

For the best time to visit Da Nang, plan your trip sometime between February and May; you’ll miss the heavy rainfall season and beat the high tourist traffic months of June through August.

Since this city’s weather stays pretty constant year round, you won’t need any heavy clothing. Come ready to spend time on the beach, but do bring a light jacket for evenings when the coastal winds blow in..

Q8: FOOD IN DA NANG GOOD?
A8: Da Nang is a hugely international city when it comes to cuisine. To start, you’ll find dishes from all over Vietnam due to its central location in the country. With the resort style atmosphere, fine dining has also made itself known; high end, quality Vietnamese and international food can be found throughout the city. Of course, with its coastal location, seafood also plays a huge part in local cuisine. Entire meals can be had from around VND10,000 and upwards.

We suggest spending an evening enjoying traditional Vietnamese BBQ in Da Nang. You’ll be set up with your own, personal tableside grill to cook fresh seafood and meats on. For the more adventurous eaters, you can find foods like frog or squid on BBQ menus. Otherwise, expect ingredients like pork or shrimp. Vietnamese BBQ in Da Nang typically costs around VND30,000-VND60,000..

Q9: HOW TO GET AROUND IN DA NANG
A9: Da Nang is a pretty large city, so unless you’re just planning to spend a day on the beach or exploring the immediate surrounding area, you’ll need to make use of local taxis or perhaps rent your own motorbike.

If you do opt to drive your own vehicle, know that you’re legally required to have a Vietnamese driver’s license. While this fact tends to go ignored, if you get into an accident, you can be faced with some tricky legal issues.

To keep it simple, we suggest using taxis to get around. You likely won’t pay much more than VND15,000 within the city, and all legitimate drivers use meters. You’ll also find phone numbers of taxi companies on the sides of cars. You’ll almost always be able to speak to someone in English to schedule a pick-up.

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Q10: IS DA NANG SAFE?
A10: Like other Vietnamese cities, Da Nang is rife with petty scams. Do your best to blend in with the locals; be on the lookout for ripoffs, whether you’re buying a bus ticket or grabbing a bite to eat. Make sure to always use metered taxis, as unassociated drivers will likely try to charge you a rate well-above what was agreed on if you don’t..

Q11: WHY SHOULD YOU GO TO HOI AN?
A11: Hoi An is a historic city with lots of appeal. The quiet streets of the Old Town are lined with lanterns which make for an unapologetically good photo, while its lazy river flows through the middle of the city, lit at dusk with river lanterns sent downstream by well-wishers. Hoi An, with its winding lanes, temples, Chinese-style shopfronts, quirky boutiques and coffee houses, is a unique destination in Vietnam and you can happily spend most of your time just wandering around.

Due to its coastal location, Hoi An also boasts a white sandy beach, Cua Dai, and an island paradise called Cham Island which is doable in a day trip..

Q12: WHEN TO GO TO HOI AN?
A12: Hoi An’s dry season runs between February and July when you can expect lots of sunshine and little rain, as well as low humidity.

April and May are the most popular months to visit, as they enjoy the most manageable temperatures, whereas June and July can get very hot.

If you plan on visiting Hoi An during the dry season, try and coincide your dates with one of the monthly Lantern Festivals over the full moon. The streets are closed to traffic, the electricity is shut off and the town is illuminated solely by lanterns and candles, making it one of the most magical times to visit..

Q13: WHAT FOOD DO YOU RECOMMEND IN HOI AN?
A13: The food in Hoi An is noteworthy thanks to its rich culture and heritage, drawing from Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese and French Colonial influences, so there is a wonderful mix of cuisine to sample. You won’t be eating the same dish twice!

If you’re a fan of the local fare, the area near the market in the Old Town offers some delicious meals on the cheap, but if you have a more Western palette then there are some great finds tucked away behind the Japanese bridge for a slightly higher price range.

During the day, the café culture thrives with tea houses and coffee shops aplenty where you can also indulge your sweet tooth on a huge variety of cakes and pastries. One of our favourite pick-me-ups is a traditional Vietnamese cà phê nâu đá (iced milky coffee)..

Q14: HOW TO GET AROUNG IN HOI AN?
A14: Unlike the rest of Vietnam, where you need to battle your way through the cacophony of scooters and cars, Hoi An is blissfully calm and quiet and that’s because there is little to no traffic – most people prefer to cycle or walk as the city centre is so small.

But if cycling, or walking, isn’t your thing, scooters are just as easy to come by and are cheap to rent. It might be a good idea to get one for the day if you want to head to the beach, or My Son to see the Cham ruins. Make sure you wear a helmet, too, as you could be fined..

Q15: IS HOI AN SAFE?
A15: Hoi An is a quiet and peaceful city, however, like any city where there has been an influx in tourism, you should be respectful of local customs, including dress and behaviour.

Some prudent advice: motorbike taxis should be avoided after dark (no matter how persistent they are!) especially if you are a woman and on your own, and as always, keep an eye on your personal belongings – you don’t want to make yourself a target so leave all valuables locked away safely in your room or at reception.

Overall, however, Hoi An is a harmless and friendly city and reported issues are few and far between, but, as they say, it’s better to be safe than sorry!.

Q16: WHERE IS DA NANG?
A16: Danang City is located in central Vietnam with an almost equally divided distance between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The North borders Thua Thien Hue, the South and the West borders to Quang Nam. East sea bordering the east.
Located 776 km from Hanoi to the North, 961 km from Ho Chi Minh City to the South and adjacent to Hue ancient capital, Da Nang has North – South transport axis with road, railway and sea crossing. It was also the gateway for exchanges with the provinces in the Central Highlands region..

Q17: WHERE TO GO SIGHTSEEING IN DA NANG?
A17: My Khe beach
Son Tra Peninsula
Marble Mountains
Ba Na Hill
Han River swing bridge
Danang Dragon Bridge
Love Bridge
Sky 36
Ngu Hanh Son mountain
Hai Van Hill
Han River.

Q18: WHERE TO SEE CHAM CULTURE IN DA NANG?
A18: Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture
Address: 01 Trưng Nữ Vương, Q. Hải Châu
Tel: 0511. 3 470116 Fax: 0511.3574801
Hours of visit: All days of the week, from 7:30 – 17:30
Entrance fee:
Adults: VND 30,000 / ticket (including voiceover).
Children and students: VND 5,000 / ticket
Cham Dance: serve on customer’s request.
Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture is the largest museum displaying Cham artifacts in Vietnam, belonging to the Da Nang Museum. This is a museum built by the French, specializing in collecting, storing and displaying relics of the sculptural art of the Champa kingdom found in Cham towers and strongholds in the coastal provinces of South Central. Ha Tinh to Binh Thuan and the Central Highlands provinces..

Q19: INFORMATION ABOUT NGU HANH SON IN DA NANG?
A19: Marble Mountains is the common name of the five mountains in Danang. This is a group of rocky mountains (including marble) adjacent to the sea and the river. King Minh Mang named each mountain symbolizing the elements of the universe: Kim Son, Thuy Son, Tho Son. Moc Son and Hoa Son.Address: 81 Huyền Trân Princess, Ngu Hành Sơn District, T.P Đà Nẵng

Price:

– Sights of Thuy Son Mountain:
+ Adults: VND 40,000 / person / time
+ Students and students: VND 10,000 / person / time
+ Children under 6 years of age: Free of charge

Elevator ticket price: VND 15,000 / person / time (round trip VND 30,000 / person)
Ticket price Guide – Voiceover: VND 50,000 / group
* When visiting Thuy Son tops, visitors can buy tickets to port 01 or port 02. In addition, there is also an elevator system to take visitors to visit. If you take the elevator, you must buy an elevator transport ticket.

– Sights of Hades Cave:
+ Adults: VND 20,000 / person / time
+ Pupils and students: VND 7,000 / person / time
+ Children under 6 years of age: Free of charge

Contact information: Management board of Ngu Hanh Son scenic tourist area – 0511.3 961114/3 836355
Opening hours: 6:30 – 17:30.

Q20: WHERE IS SON TRA PENNISULA AND WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT IT?
A20: Location: Far from the city center. Da Nang is about 8km northeast
Son Tra Management Board and beaches: Phone: 0511.3218898 / 3920479 – Fax: 0511.3920488
Vehicles: cars, motorcycles (10 – 15 minutes); motor boat (20 – 30m).

Q21: WHAT IS THE SUITABLE TIME TO VISIT SON TRA PENNISULA?
A21: The appropriate time to travel in this place is from March to September. At this time, the weather is sunny, dry, rarely storms. If going in the winter will be foggy, very difficult and no safety when traveling..

Q22: WHAT SHOULD I GO IN SON TRA PENNISULA?
A22: Linh Ung temple, Chessboard Peak, Thousand year Banyan, Tien Sa eco-tourism area, Mui Nghe,….

Q23: WHAT ARE BEAUTIFUL BEACHES IN SON TRA PENNISULA?
A23: Nam beach, But beach,…

Q24: WHAT ARE SOME BEAUTIFUL BEACHES IN DA NANG?
A24: Non Nuoc beach
– Location: Sandy Beach Resort.
– Address: 225 Huyen Tran Princess, P.Hoà Hai, Q.Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang City
Bac My An beach
– Address: P. Bắc Mỹ An, Q.Nũũ Hành Sơn, Đà Nẵng.
My Khe Beach:
– Address: Phuoc My Ward, Son Tra District, Da Nang City

Pham Van Dong beach:
At Pham Van Dong park
Xuan Thieu beach.
– Location: Xuan Thieu eco-tourism area, P.Hoà Hiep Nam, Lien Chieu Dist., Da Nang City
Thanh Binh beach.
– Address: Thanh Binh Ward, Hải Châu District, Đa Nang
Beaches in Son Tra Peninsula:
– Location: Southeast of Son Tra peninsula, at the beginning of Son Tra – Dien Ngoc route.

Q25: WHERE IS BA NA HILL?
A25: Located about 25km from Danang to the Southwest and located at an altitude of more than 1500m above sea level, Ba Na is blessed with fresh, cool climate all year round. To reach Ba Na, visitors will go by cable car through the dense primeval forests. On top of the mountain, in addition to the luxurious hotel system, Ba Na also offers many other surprises such as the elevated railway tracks, modern entertainment areas, and unique wax museums. Nearby is Linh Ung Pagoda, one of the three sacred pagodas named Linh Ung in Da Nang.

Address: An Sơn hamlet, Hòa Ninh commune, Hòa Vang district.

Phone: (84-511) 3791 999.

E-mail (business): [email protected]
Website: www.banahills.com.vn.

Q26: WHEN SHOULD I GO TO BA NA HILL?
A26: If you like crowded, bustling, please come here in April to August because this time coincides with the long tourist season. So you can freely go out from morning to late without fear of being “out of hype”. If you like quiet space, go in the spring (January – March), or winter (October to December). These times are low season, the weather is cool so you will have the opportunity to fully enjoy the beauty of Ba Na Hills..

Q27: WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT HAI VAN HILL?
A27: Hai Van Pass is the most majestic and rugged pass of the Central region, this is the natural boundary between Danang city and Thua Thien Hue province. Currently, although there is a modern Hai Van tunnel, many tourists coming to Da Nang still want to conquer this pass, and once they came to the majestic First Palace. On the top of the pass, there is still a relic called Hai Van Quan, from here visitors can zoom across the city or admire the beauty of Lang Co Bay.
It stretches about 20 km from Hue to Da Nang. It is a high pass area along the 1600km long coastline of Vietnam..

Q28: OLD TRADTIONAL MAT VILLAGE IN DA NANG?
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Cam Ne mat village

This is one of the oldest villages in Da Nang specializing in making mats, according to the elders in the village, the story of making a projection comes from the immigrants in Thanh Hoa area. Although the village is not proactive in sourcing raw materials, it must come from other places. With the experience of artisans here, Cam Ne mat has confirmed its position in the hearts of consumers and visitors when visiting.

Address: Cam Ne village, Hoa Tien commune, Hoa Vang district. About 10km from the center of Danang.
Price: Free
Time to visit: 01h00

Average spending: Free.

Q29: WHAT ARE FAMOUS BRIDGES IN DA NANG?
A29: Han River swing bridge
Danang Dragon Bridge
Nguyen Van Troi Bridge
Love bridge
Thuan Phuoc Bridge
Tran Thi Ly bridge.

Q30: WHERE TO GO BACKPACKING IN DA NANG?
A30: Cu Lao Cham, Ran Nam O, Dong Nghe, Van village, Phong Nam old village, Bich Hoa village, Tam Giang mangrove forest, Sky well, Hoa Trung lake,….

Q31: WHAT ARE FAMOUS TOURIST AREA IN DA NANG?
A31: Flower stream (Suoi Hoa) tourist area, Hoa Phu Thanh Tourist area, Luong stream tourist area, Phuoc Nhon hot string bath tourist area, .

Q32: WHAT ARE FAMOUS VILLAGE IN DA NANG?
A32: TRADITIONAL MAT VILLAGE CAM NE
NAM O FISH SAUCE
NON NUOC STONE CARVING VILLAGE.
LOAN BANH TRANG VILLAGE.
Thanh Ha Pottery Village
Tra Que Vegetable Village.

Q33: WHERE IS SUOI MO IN DA NANG
A33: The new route in Lien Chieu and Hoa Vang districts will be a route to help you shorten the travel distance from Da Nang city to Ba Na Hills tourist area.

You rent a motorbike in Da Nang and just drive about 20 minutes to get there. The road to Suoi Mo Da Nang is decorated with a variety of synchronous green trees and diverse systems to create a green, safe and friendly urban space with all visitors coming here..

Q34: WHAT SHOULD I NOTICE WHEN VISTING SUOI MO IN DA NANG?
A34: When traveling to Mo stream, the most suitable time to go is in the summer around March – August because this is when it rains less, the fresh air, long days, and here you will not feel gloomy or too cold and on the contrary find what is cool most comfortable.

The roads have relatively rugged sections with smooth rocks, so you need to pay special attention to the way, go slowly but surely. Therefore, those who love adventure will love this place.

With deep water, if you bathe in the lake, you should wear clothes to ensure the best safety. Especially when accompanied by children, you need to keep your eyes on your baby well..

Q35: WHERE IS THANH DIA MY SON?
A35: Located about 70 km from Da Nang city, located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, My Son Sanctuary appears with an architectural complex of many Champa temples and extremely toxic architecture. unique. Forgotten for a long time up to centuries, it was not discovered in 1885 and in 1999 this place was selected by UNESCO as a world heritage as a unique evidence of civilization. Asia has disappeared. If you are a tourist who likes to explore and learn about ancient culture, this is a place worth exploring..

Q36: WHAT’S INSIDE THANH DIA MY SON?
A36: As a whole: Thanh Dia My Son consisting of two hills, facing each other in the East – West direction and at the crossroads of a stream, the stream branches have become the natural boundary dividing this place into four areas A, B, C , D. This division with feng shui elements helps avoid the tearing of the overall architecture. The center of the Holy Land is a main tower (Kalan) and many small auxiliary towers surround it. The main tower has two doors in the east-west direction, each door has eight steps to go up and the arches. On each arch is a miniature tower, according to the documents, this is the highest tower in the holy towers in My Son with a height of 24m, the bottom of the tower is square, each side is 10m long. In the tower is a large Linga – Yoni set (now only has a Yoni stone pedestal). The top of the tower has 3 floors, the layers are smaller and the top is sandstone tower. There are fake doors on every floor, with people standing under arches. Two fake doors on both sides are two arches on top of each other, exquisite decoration..

Q37: WHAT IS THE PRICE TICKET WHEN COMING TO THANH DIA MY SON?
A37: Foreigners: 150,000 VND (including entrance fee and service fee).
Vietnam: VND 100,000 (including entrance fee and service)..

Q38: WHERE IS CU LAO CHAM?
A38: It Is an island cluster located in Tan Hiep island commune Located about 20km from Hoi An town. And about 40km from Da Nang city..

Q39: WHAT IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT CU LAO CHAM?
A39: When is the best time to visit Cu Lao Cham? “March – August every year is a good time for sightseeing. At this time, the weather is warm, sunny, clear and calm sea. Do not go in the remaining months because of storms, rough seas, islands become isolated areas.

If you want to combine your trip with visiting the lanterns of Hoi An ancient town, you should go on the full moon day of the lunar months. But note the 14th is more sparkling than the 15th.

Or if you want to participate in the religious culture of residents on the peach, you can choose to go on festivals such as: Cau Ngu Festival (April 3-4 in the lunar calendar) or Yen’s Nest death anniversary (on March 9-10 lunar calendar).”.

Q40: WHERE TO VISIT IN CU LAO CHAM ISLAND?
A40: Ocean Museumm in Cu Lao Cham, Old Champa Well, Hai Tang temople, Tan Hiep Market, Yen’s nest Temple, Bai Ong, Bai Lang,…

Q41: WHAT TO NOTICE WHEN VISITING CU LAO CHAM ISLAND?
A41: – Cu Lao Cham Island is a place to say no to plastic bags, so before you go to the island you should not bring any plastic bags!

– Should prepare items such as hats, sandals, glasses, sunscreen, insect repellent (if you intend to camp) …

– Bring full identification documents to facilitate the car rental.

– When diving to watch coral, it is strictly prohibited to break the coral or bring it back to the mainland.

– The climate here is hot, so if you travel during the day, you should bring sunscreen and drinking water..

Q42: WHAT IS PHONG NAM ANCIENT VILLAGE?
A42: Phong Nam ancient village is a village dating from the Champa period and many artifacts are stored and displayed at the Champa sculpture museum.
Before being named Phong Nam to this day, this village has changed its name many times like other villages in Vietnam
Phong Nam ancient village also contains a lot of idyllic Vietnamese village with the scenery of immense green rice fields, lush bamboo village. Visitors to this place can feel the peace, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, watching a peaceful countryside,.

Q43: WHERE IS PHONG NAM ANCIENT VILLAGE?
A43: Phong Nam ancient village is located in Hoa Chau commune, Hoa Vang district, Da Nang. This village is made up of villages of Nam Thanh, Tay An, Dong Hoa and Bau Cau. About 10 km southwest of Danang city center and located on the direction of National Highway 1A.
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Q44: WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT PHONG NAM VILLAGE?
A44: To be able to explore every corner of the ancient beauty of Phong Nam ancient village, you need to choose the most appropriate time. The most impressive tourist season in Danang is summer, dry weather, peaceful scenery, little rain, … This is also considered a time when you can visit the most wonderful Phong Nam ancient village. Especially, if you want to record beautiful photos, you should also choose to travel this season..

Q45: WHAT DO IT HAVE ON BACH MA MOUTAIN?
A45: Bach Ma mountain range is located at the border between Thua Thien Hue province and Da Nang city. It is considered the home of many species of plants and animals, many of which are endangered. Besides, with a cool climate in the summer only from 18 – 23 degrees Celsius, Bach Ma is also an attractive eco-tourism area that attracts a lot of tourists to visit and relax.
Coming to Bach Ma, visitors will discover a lot of interesting things, from mountains, rivers, grass, trees, … You can mingle nature with cool streams and lakes located one after another in Ngu Lake. Conquering the peak of Vong Hai Dai or climbing the majestic Do Quyen waterfall at an altitude of 300m. In addition, new and interesting things in the old villas, Cho Den forest or Tri Sao waterfall are also great places to visit..

Q46: WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT BACH MA NATIONAL PARK?
A46: From December to April next year is considered the best time to travel to Bach Ma National Park. The weather in this season is very dry, there are no heavy rains so it is quite convenient to move up the mountain. At this time, the natural scenery here becomes more beautiful. Thousands of flowers are competing to bloom.

Q47: WHAT TO VISIT IN BACH MA MOUNTAIN?
A47: Hải Vọng Đài, Do Quyen Waterfall, Five ponds (Ngu Ho), ….

Q48: WHAT’S INSIDE TAM THANH MURAL VILLAGE?
A48: This is the first mural village in Vietnam. This village, located in Tam Thanh commune (Tam Ky city, Quang Nam), is a project of exchanging fine arts in the Korean – Vietnamese community, “enchanting” a fishing village with many difficulties. Extremely hot tourist destinations.

More than 100 houses in the village have been transformed into extremely unique, fences and walkways are also decorated by artists with colorful drawings and textures, making them poetic and full. vitality and special, beautiful ecstatic heart..

Q49: WHERE IS TAM THANH MURAL VILLAGE
A49: How to make Tam Ky city, 5 km from Quang Nam, is long-standing.

Q50: WHERE IS BAI RANG IN DA NANG?
A50: Located about 15 km from the center of Da Nang city. Guests only takes more than 20 minutes by motorbike to be able to drop soul into the beauty of this nature..

Q51: WHAT IS LINH UNG PAGODA?
A51: Linh Ung Pagoda (Chùa Linh Ứng) is the most important pagoda in Danang for the Buddhist people to come and pray. Besides an important religious site the Linh Ung Pagoda has become popular with the tourist visiting Danang.

The spiritual site is built on 12 hectares land on the South-East side of the Son Tra Peninsula with stunning views and romantic sunsets.
One of the main attractions to see is the 67m Lady Buddha or Goddess of Mercy statue watching over the local fishermen at sea..

Q52: WHAT IS DONG DINH MUSEUM?
A52: Dong Dinh Museum up at Son Tra or Monkey Mountain is a funny and intriguing place to visit. The private museum holds many artifacts from more than 2000 years ago up to more recently. The artifacts are collected by Mr. Giao, and displayed in different old rebuilt houses from different etnic groups living in Vietnam, like the Mong people. All artifacts represent a colorful mix of different cultures like the Dai Viet, Sa Huynh, Cham Kingdom and others.

The Museum is built in the Son Tra Jungle close to the Linh Ung Pagoda (Lady Buddha) and is designed with a lush natural jungle-garden with small paths connecting the different exhibitions. The main attraction are the 2 traditionally built “nha ruong” from Quang Nam Province displaying the Old Chinese pottery from up to 2.500 years old..

Q53: WHERE SHOULD I VISIT IN HOI AN?
A53: In the old town you can walk, bike to go to places such as Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall, Japanese Covered Bridge (Japanese Bridge), Ong Pagoda (Quan Cong Temple), Miniature Craft Village, Folklore Museum , Hoi An Cultural History Museum, Hoi An Museum of Trade Ceramics, Quan Thang Ancient House, Tan Ky Ancient House, Tran Family Church, Phung Hung Ancient House, Sa Huynh Cultural Museum, Statue Garden – Nguyen Phuc Chu (An Hoi), Vietnam village tourist area (Cam Nam – entrance fee, expensive), Traditional performing arts house, handicraft production workshop.

Q54: INFORAMTION ABOUT ONG PAGODA?
A54: Ong Pagoda, at 24 Tran Phu Street, also known as Quan Cong Mieu, was built by the Minh Huong people in Hoi An and the Vietnamese in the mid-17th century, worshiping the talented General of the Three Kingdoms period, Quan Van Truong. (Guan Yu), in order to respect, praise and praise his spirit and loyalty.
Ong Pagoda is a tourist attraction attracts tourists by its unique architecture imbued with classical Chinese architecture.

Q55: INFORMATION ABOUT BRIGDE PAGODA (CHUA CAU) IN HOI AN?
A55: Covered Bridge, also known as Japanese Bridge and Lai Vien Kieu Bridge, is said to have been built by the Japanese in the early seventeenth century and has been restored at least 6 times.
The bridge has a quite unique roof, in the middle is a rainbow-style passage, the two sides have narrow corridors for display and resort with 7 wooden pavilions across a small creek with structures and paintings. Decorates a harmonious combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and Western architectural styles.

Along with the traffic function, the bridge is also a place of belief activities related to the legend of the monster town, the disaster to keep the peace for the streets and the community of Hoi An residents.
Cau Hoi An Pagoda is called a temple but it does not worship Buddha but worship Bac De Tran Vo – a protector of the country, bringing joy and happiness to people on this land..

Q56: WHERE IS THE TRAN ETHNIC CHURCH? AND WHAT’S INTERESTING ABOUT IT?
A56: The Tran ethnic church is one of the oldest houses in Hoi An with a life span of over 200 years. Experiencing many events of history and time, this place still retains its ancient architecture intact. If coming to Hoi An, visitors should not miss the opportunity to visit this famous historical site.
The Tran ethnic church is located at 20, Le Loi street, Hoi An city. Although located close to the street, the church was built in the style of garden houses. Inside the striking yellow wall are rows of green trees.
Tran ethnic church attracts visitors by its Asian architecture. The work is a harmonious combination between 3 architectures of Japan – China – Vietnam..

Q57: MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND CULTURE IN HOI AN?
A57: Established in 1989, the museum displays 212 original artifacts and valuable documents of ceramic, porcelain, iron, paper, wood … reflecting the development stages of Hoi An urban – commercial port from the time Sa Huynh culture period (from 2nd century AD) to Cham cultural period (from 2nd century to 15th century) and Dai Viet and Dai Nam culture (from 15th century to 19th century).

The museum provides information on the ancient inhabitants of the Sa Huynh in Hoi An – the owner of the ancient town of Hoi An that used to interact with China, India, South Asian countries, East Asia ..

Q58: I HEARD ABOUT TAN KY ACIENT HOUSE, WHAT IS IT?
A58: Tan Ky Old House is located on Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An Ancient Town, built over 200 years ago.
This place is the home of the Tan Ky family, Le family lived 7 generations. From the outside look, visitors will see the moss-covered house over the years. The front of the house connects to Nguyen Thai Hoc street to open a shop. The back of the house overlooks the river to facilitate the import of goods.
Tan Ky Old House is a combination of Japanese, Chinese and Vietnamese architectural styles,
This is the first ancient house honored to become a National Heritage, it has repeatedly welcomed heads of state, politicians at home and abroad..

Q59: WHERE IS QUAN THANG ACIENT HOUSE?
A59: Quan Thang Old House (No. 77 – Tran Phu)
This is one of the oldest and most beautiful houses in Hoi An built by Chinese merchant brand Quan Thang in the late seventeenth century. The house is a typical type of ground floor house with many architectural features of Hoi An such as the fake rafters, hiding columns and crab shells. Fine art for the house but also create an airy and cool space.

The decoration projects on the wall, on the wall together with rockery, letters, … have created this place into a masterpiece picture. In addition it has relics, antiques, lifestyles, traditional lifestyles..

Q60: WHERE IS HOI AN MARKET?
A60: Hoi An Market is located at the intersection of the streets of Tran Phu, Bach Dang and Nguyen Thai Hoc. Market is located in the heart of the old town, visitors only takes a few minutes to walk to be able to arrive. Different from the tranquility and tranquility of Hoi An, the market brings in itself a different color. Hoi An Market from morning to evening are busy with buyers and sellers
This is a place that attracts a lot of tourists to visit and shop, almost every item of Hoi An from food, specialties to handicrafts can be easily found at the market. Besides visiting, visitors will experience the daily life of the indigenous people thereby minimizing the culture of the Hoi An people..

Q61: WHERE TO BUY TICKET TO VIST HOI AN?
A61: Score 1: Ticket box No. 05 Hoang Dieu
Score 2: Ticket box 12 Phan Chau Trinh (Phan Chau Trinh – Nguyen Hue intersection)
Score 3: Ticket counter at Tran Phu – Nguyen Hue intersection (near the Well of Hoi An market)
Score 4: Ticket counter 87 Tran Phu (Le Loi – Tran Phu crossroads)
Score 5: Ticket sales counter 155B Tran Phu (Near Covered Bridge)
Score 6: Ticket seller, No. 677 Hai Ba Trung
Score 7: Tickets at the top of An Hoi Bridge (on Chau Thuong Van Street)
Ticket price: For Vietnamese visitors will be VND 80,000 for a ticket to visit 03 cultural works and foreign guests will be VND 120,000 for a ticket on 06 cultural works..

Q62: WHERE TO GO TO VISIT NEARBY HOI AN?
A62: Thanh Ha pottery village (from the 17th century – 2km), Bay Mau coconut forest (3.5km), Tra Que vegetable village (1.2km), Kim Bong carpentry village, Ban Thach flower mat village, Phuoc Kieu bronze casting village, My Son Sanctuary (55km, follow the tour), Cu Lao Cham – scuba diving, vacation on the island.

Q63: WHERE IS HOI AN HANDICRAFT WORKSHOP? AND WHAT’S IN IT?
A63: Hoi An handicraft workshop is a gathering place of 12 traditional craft villages of Vietnam. This is a gathering place and animate many typical cultural features of Hoi An. Each of these works has its own unique colors and values, they contribute to the beauty of the culture of the ancient town of Hoi An.
Hoi An Handicrafts Workshop (also called Hoi An Craft Village) is located at 9, Nguyen Thai Hoc Street.
The workshop gathers most of the traditional crafts of Hoi An and Quang Nam such as mat weaving, weaving, pottery, lacquer … The workshop is located in an old house over 200 years old.

Visiting the workshop, visitors will find the peaceful setting of a Vietnamese village; witnessing the skillful hands and excellent skills of artisans, creating exquisite and unique fine art products. Visitors can participate in several stages in the production process of the craft and buy some souvenir products.

Visiting the workshop, visitors also have the opportunity to watch folk art performances of Quang Nam and the central provinces at 10 am and 15 pm daily, except Sundays in the week..

Q64: WHAT’S FACINATING ABOUT THANH HA POTTERY VILLAGE?
A64: Thanh Ha Pottery Village
Originating in Thanh Hoa, Thanh Ha pottery village was formed at the end of the 15th century and flourished along with the town of Hoi An in the following centuries. Thanh Ha pottery products are made from the main source of clay material by the skillful hands of artisans and traditional techniques of trade villages.
Up to now, Thanh Ha pottery village still exists and works manually in production with traditional means and techniques.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village is located on the bank of Thu Bon River, located in Cam Ha Commune – Hoi An Town, about 2km from the Old Quarter to the West. Visiting the village, in addition to excelling in choosing ceramic souvenir products, visitors can also witness the skillful manipulations from the talented hands of these artisans..

Q65: SHOULD I COME TO TRA QUE VEGETABLE VILLAGE?
A65: Yess, If you are keen on a fresh and cool place, destinations from the center of the old town about a few kilometers like Tra Que vegetable village are really worth the option.
Tra has more than 40 types of vegetables, including outstanding herbs. It is still onions, teas, perilla, basil, and coriander, but Tra Que vegetables are fragrant and have an unmistakable taste.
Here, you can interact with the farmers, ask about how to take care of vegetables, ask them to harvest, try watering vegetables experience. Besides walking, cycling or even trying to ride a buffalo, walking among the roads smells of vegetables is also very interesting.
Along with that, this beautiful vegetable village also develops many restaurants to serve specialty dishes and Tra Que fresh vegetables itself. The Quang’s rustic dishes such as banh xeo and salads are cooked very well by the chefs and if you like, you can also learn to cook Quang dishes..

Q66: WHAT’S INTERESTING ABOUT MOC KIM BONG VILLAGE
A66: Moc Kim Bong village is located in the right bank of the Thu Bon River downstream of Hoi An river before flowing into the sea, belonging to Cam Kim commune – Hoi An – Quang Nam. This is one of the famous villages of Hoi An, marking many artistic works and unique cultural values that remain today, attracting domestic and international tourists to visit.
The village is located opposite Hoi An ancient town, so it only takes about 10 minutes for you to get here.
Moc Kim Bong Village started focusing on carpentry since the 16th century. Therefore, this place is famous for many household products, boats and temples.
Visitors can visit the souvenir stalls of the people here located close to each other with many products made from wood from the village itself. Pretty small items are a great suggestion for you to bring as a gift to your family or friends..

Q67: CAN YOU RECOMMEND A NICE BEACH IN HOI AN?
A67: It’s Cua Dai beach.The beach is located in Cua Dai Beach, about 5km east of the ancient town of Hoi An. The beach has a length of about 3km, is one of the most beautiful and romantic beaches in Central Vietnam with clear blue water, gentle waves and gentle white sand along the green coconut forest.
Visitors can also lie for hours on the sand, listen to the sound of the sea breeze, the sound of waves crashing in the ears or frolic with people, play their favorite sports and create their own sand towers. .

Cua Dai is where the Thu Bon River flows into the sea so there are many fish here. One of the most interesting tourist attractions is the type of fishing, hunting predatory fish such as Hanh, Hanh Lam, Hong Vuc … Visitors can fish near the shore or can also hire a small ladle floating in the sea amid immense waves, With its own features, Cua Dai leaves visitors with an unforgettable feeling when leaving here..

Q68: WHEN IS THE BEST PLACE TO VISIT HOI AN?
A68: The best time to travel to Hoi An is from February to April every year, it rains less and has a pleasant climate. Avoid going in summer because of the high temperature, very hot. The rainy season from October to November also has the disadvantage of wet space due to heavy rain.

Please visit Hoi An on the 14th, the full moon of the lunar month to attend the old town night On this occasion, you will have the opportunity to see the red lanterns spread across the street, a typical setting of Hoi An on the occasion of the festival..

Q69: WHAT ARE FAMOUS ASSEMBLY HALL (HOI QUAN) IN HOI AN?
A69: Trieu Chau Assembly Hall

The Assembly hall was built by the Chinese in Chaozhou state in 1845 to worship General Ma Vien – a god who was good at overcoming the wind and waves to make traveling and trading on the sea convenient and smooth. The hall has a special value for architectural structures with intricate carved wooden frames, along with wooden decorative motifs, incense sticks and beautiful porcelain embossed works.

Location: 92B Nguyen Duy Hieu.

Phuc Kien Assembly Hall

Legend has it that the forerunner of the Assembly Hall is a small temple worshiping the statue of Thien Hau Thanh Mau (the god blessing merchants overcome the ocean waves) picked up on the coast of Hoi An in 1697. Through repeated restoration , the Assembly Hall became more brilliant and spacious, contributing to the appearance of the ancient architecture of Hoi An.

Location: 46 Tran Phu street

Assembly Hall of Guangdong

The Assembly hall was built in 1885, initially to worship Thien Hau Thanh Mau and Confucius, after 1911 to worship Quan Cong and Tien Hien of the state. The use of wood and stone materials in load-bearing structures, decorative details has brought to the Assembly Hall its own imposing beauty. Every year on Nguyen Tieu, Quan Cong (June 24 of the lunar calendar) here is a very grand festival that attracts many participants.

Location: 176 Tran Phu.

Q70: WHAT ABOUT PHUNG HUNG ANCIENT HOUSE?
A70: Address: No. 4, Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai Street, Hội An City, Quảng Nam

The ancient house of Phung Hung is over 100 years old, built from the 19th century. The owner of the house used to be a famous and wealthy businessman, wishing that his family always prospered and prospered, so he named it “Phung Hung”. With a special structure, the attic is made of high timber, the house is surrounded by wide corridors that clearly show the Asian style of the house. The house has the architecture of 3 cultures: Japan – China – Vietnam..

Q71: LIST OF ANCIENT HOUSES IN HOI AN?
A71: Ancient house of Tan Ky: 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc
Quan Thang Ancient House: 77 Tran Phu
The Ancient house of Phung Hung: 04 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai
To Tran Church: 21 Le Loi.

Q72: MUSEUMS IN HOI AN?
A72: Réhahn’s Precious Heritage Museum

A private museum that displays the portraits that French photographer Réhahn recorded on his journey to explore Vietnam.
Address: 26 Phan Bội Châu, Tp, Hội An, Quảng Nam.
Opening hours: 08:00 – 20:00

Cotic art exhibition space
Address: 56 Nguyễn Thái Học, Minh An, Hội An, Quảng Nam.
Operating time: 07:00 – 23:00.

Q73: WHERE IS BAY MAU COCONUT FOREST?
A73: Address: Cẩm Thanh Commune, Hoi An (3 km from the city center).
Hours: All day

Price: From 50,000 – 80,000 VND / person / trip

(depending on boat type and location of service)

In Hoi An, there is an extremely unique nipa palm forest, which is seven acres wide. An interesting feature of the Bay Mau coconut forest is that visitors can sit on a basket boat, floating on the water, weaving between the dense coconut trees..

Q74: ICONIC PLACES TO CHECKIN IN HOI AN?
A74: Wall on Hoang Van Thu street, Paper flower frame on the street, Hoai river….

Q75: BEAUTIFUL COFFEE SHOPS IN HOI AN?
A75: Reaching Out Tea House: 131 Trần Phú
Hội An Roastery: 135 Trần Phú
Cocobana: 16 Nguyễn Thái Học
Chu Chu: 74 Trần Phú
Cocobox: 94 Lê Lợi
Mót Hội An: Quán vỉa hè 150 Trần Phú
The Chef: 166 Trần Phú.

Q76: WHEN TO VISIT VINPEARL LAND HOI AN?
A76: If you don’t mind the heat – we recommend that you pay the full price and arrive early to make the most of the plethora of the facilities the amusement park has to offer
Be aware that a lot of the amusement parks facilities close around 6 p.m., including the river safari, waterpark and the crafts village. . .

Q77: WHAT IS THE PRICE TICKET OF VINPEARL LAND?
A77: If you arrive before 5 pm, the ticket price for a day will be 550,000 VND (24 USD) for an adult and 450,000 VND (19.60 USD) for a child. Although, if you bring a child who is under 100cm tall, they get free entry.
If you want to avoid the midday sun? Arrive after 5 pm to pay just 200,000 VND (8.70 USD) for an adult and 100,000 VND (4.30 USD) for a child..

Q78: WHEN DOES VINPEARL LAN HOI AN OPEN?
A78: VinPearl Land Hoi An is open from 8:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. every day. Last admission is at 7 p.m. The river safari and waterpark both open at 9 a.m..

Q79: TIPS WHEN COMING TO VINPEARL LAND HOI AN?
A79: Arriving at 5 p.m. is a good budget option if you just want to spend an hour in the water park and then enjoy the funfair afterwards. However, if you want to enjoy everything that the park has to offer, we strongly recommend arriving early on a dry day, with plenty of sunscreens. Take many air conditioning breaks and drink lots of water..

Q80: WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT HOI AN BEACH?
A80: Hoi An is on the east coast of Vietnam, so if you get to the beach early enough, you can catch some stunning sunrises.
Stay in the shade during the middle of the day though, or you will quickly look, and feel, like a cooked lobster.
To avoid the harsh rays of the midday sun, we recommend you follow the local’s lead, visiting the beach earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon. .

Q81: WHAT IS HIDDEN BEACH IN HOI AN?
A81: Hidden Beach, although not exactly hidden – is a lot quieter than An Bang and Cua Dai. So come here to avoid the crowds. Hidden Beach attracts fewer tourists and more locals.
Choosing Hidden Beach over An Bang or Cua Dai Beach means you experience a more authentic vibe and can enjoy escaping the tourist scene.
“Hidden” Beach is actually very easy to find. In fact, Google maps take you straight to it. Otherwise, if walking or driving down Lac Long Quan, look out for a large restaurant sign – “Tararind Cay Me”. Here there’s a long, narrow road just to the right of the restaurant. Follow that road and in about three minutes you arrive at the beach..

Q82: WHAT ARE ACTIVITIES IN HIDDEN BEACH IN HOI AN?
A82: Parasailing
Price: Ranges from 600,000 VND ($26USD) to 800,000 VND (34.78 USD).

Jet Skiing,
Price: Ranges from 500,000 VND (21.74 USD) to 1,200,000 VND (52 USD) depending on the duration.

Banana Boating
Price: 1,000,000 VND (43 USD) for 10 minutes. Maximum of five people..

Q83: WHAT ARE TIPS WHEN COMING TO AN BANG BEACH IN HOI AN?
A83: If you go to the beach by bike or scooter, people try to insist that you stop in their parking lot. Most restaurants have their own free parking but expect to pay 5,000 to 10,000 VND (.25 to .50 USD) at the official parking..

Q84: WHAT ARE TIPS WHEN COMING TO HIDDEN BEACH IN HOI AN?
A84: There are signs all the way down advertising free parking. But go to the end and you park at Hidden Beach restaurant which is closest to the water..

Q85: WHAT ARE TIPS WHEN COMING TO CUA DAI BEACH IN HOI AN?
A85: The brunch is held weekly from 11:30 am – 3 pm. It pays to pre-book via phone or email as it can be very popular. – Phone: +84 235 3927 040 Email: [email protected]