Hoi An, a beautiful and peaceful city in Vietnam, is proud of its ancient history, which adorns its streets and alleys with the most beautiful colonial buildings built for more than a thousand years, and mixes ancient temples and quiet beauty scattered on the quiet beaches. The ancient city on the banks of the river is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Thon Boon River wanders into collapsed traders’ dwellings on the old ferry dock, and paved roads lead to lanes of paddy rice fields looming in light of the ancient lanterns illuminating the coast. The face of the ancient city has preserved its amazing heritage of high Japanese commercial homes, Chinese temples and ancient tea depots, but the tourist business has taken a prominent place in the city where cafes, restaurants and luxury hotels are spread.
Hoi An is the most amazing city in Vietnam … with a thousand-year certificate
The city celebrates its islands full of treasures, its stunning cuisine, and world-famous clothing stores in open markets, with abundant Japanese wooden wooden bridges dating back to the period when the city was a commercial center in the nineteenth century. Small sand mixes in cultural strolls when stopping and enjoying the Quai Dai Beach, which is hidden in the northeastern region of the city, and still water provides an ideal place for families as well as fine restaurants and various water activities.
The water channels penetrate the ancient city rich with temples and tombs alongside the Forbidden Purple City, and the yellow merchant houses line the banks of the lazy river, cultural heritage is characterized by a mixture of different architectural styles including French and Japanese, Chinese houses and Vietnamese tube houses, along with many museums that reflect the different periods that The city squeezed it.
Food stalls lined the streets of the narrow central market in the Minne-an-Anne district in front of the Thon Boon river. Local cooked dishes such as fresh spring rolls, crunchy pancakes, pasta salad and many other foods express the goodness of the locals and the richness of the surrounding city. Among the types of exotic fruits and vegetables in the alleys of the market.
The city is famous for its complex of ancient temples of abandoned Vietnamese heritage that was built between the fourth and fourteenth centuries, and religious ceremonies and kings celebrations were held in this complex, making it one of the oldest inhabited archaeological sites in the region. On the other hand, we find Japanese monuments that adorn the 18th-century wooden Chuo Cao Bridge, famous for its elaborate carvings and exquisite decoration.