Quang Nam Province is where the Unesco World Heritage town of Hoi An is situated. It is a mix of Vietnamese, Chinese and French style buildings. Hoi An sits on the banks of the Thu Bon River and there are many waterways around the area.
We have stayed in Hoi An twice before and visited on a number of other occasions while staying in Da Nang. It gets busier with each year and there is hardly any room to move crossing over the little bridge.
The two hotels we stayed in were just outside of the small town, Hoi An Historic Hotel and Hoi An Beach Hotel. Early evening is the best time to go into Hoi An Ancient Town as it’s a bit cooler then, although not much!
Fishing for the daily catch, views from our balcony
An Bang Beach
The beds are so close, no social distancing here! Crawling from the bottom is the only way to lie on them! No secrets are safe here.
Restaurants and Bars in the walking area of Hoi An
Bikes and doors
Views of the other side of Hoi An
My nightly cocktail – Pina Colada
Hoi An is such a wonderful place to visit but so many places in Vietnam are. It is one of my favourite countries to visit.
Hanoi Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, where we spent four days a few years ago. Hanoi was not a place that interested me as I had heard it was quite industrialised due to the influence of communism. However it was somewhere where Anthony wanted to visit, and I can’t always have my own way! After […]