[VNExpress] Hoi An ancient town in central Vietnam has been named the winner of Asia’s leading cultural city destination category at 2021 World Travel Awards. Hoi An surpassed competitors Beijing, Delhi, Kyoto, Seoul and Hue to claim the title. The result was based on votes cast by travel industry professionals and the public, with theContinue reading “Hoi An named Asia’s leading cultural destination at World Travel Awards”
The charming city with various beautiful landscapes, friendly people and ‘arguably one of the best street food scenes on the planet’ once again won the hearts of readers from Travel+Leisure magazine.
Every Vietnamese child dreams about an amazing Tết Trung Thu with his or her own brightly lit lantern and a belly full of mooncakes. Tết Trung Thu or Mid-autumn Festival, is also known in Vietnam as the “Children’s Festival”. This year, the Mid-autumn Festival will be held on September 21, 2021, in the middle of the eighth lunar month, however preparations begin far in advance. Here’s how to make the most of this magical holiday.
Hội An is a place where the bold march of progress peters into a leisurely amble. In this one-time trading port, the Thu Bồn River meanders past crumbling shop houses and weathered pagodas, while sampans come and go from the old ferry quay. Outside the Old Town, two-lane roads slice through waving rice fields and emerge at a frothy coastline. Stay a couple of days, and Hội An’s easygoing beauty and lantern-lit nights may leave you hopelessly beguiled.
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