Villa Hoa Su

Ward No 5, Cam Thanh Village, Hoi An, 84510, Vietnam
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Tam Tam cafe.Tam Tam cafe.

Riverside Walkway,Cam Nam Island,Hoi An,Vietnam.Riverside Walkway,Cam Nam Island,Hoi An,Vietnam.

 SO MANY DIFFERENT LEATHERS TO CHOOSE FROM SO MANY DIFFERENT LEATHERS TO CHOOSE FROM

A GOOD RELIABLE TORCH IS A MUSTA GOOD RELIABLE TORCH IS A MUST

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Hoi An during Tet

by DanChar

Hello

We are planning on going to Hoi An during Tet and have heard that all the tailor shops and restaurants will be closed,is this true? Also will the train network be running as regularly during this time throughout Vietnam?

Cheers

Re: Hoi An during Tet

by cafank

There were more trains running during Tet than at other times as it is the time for people to travel to visit families etc. We had bookings at the time so were able to get on them - but all of the trains were very crowded. There were also delays as so many trains on the line.

I was only there for the last couple of days and shops etc were open'

Re: Hoi An during Tet

by NedHopkins

During Tet two years ago, several restaurants and most tailor shops in Hoi An were closed.

Re: Hoi An during Tet

by oanvoanc

hi
i can not remeber about the tailor shops, but usually hoian is crowded by tourists during tet.
so most of the big restaurants like cargo, the river lounge restaurant, tam tam,... open during tet.
vietnamese people usually get off during tet, so the restaurants normally open a little bit later (like 10 or 11 am) staff dressed in their freetime-shirts (experienced last tet ;) food takes longer than normal.

hotels also opend for sure....

if you need any further information, write me a mail:
zzzair at gmail dot com.....
best regards

Travel Tips for Hoi An

the color band perspective

by richiecdisc

Hoi An offers lots of attractions and some tasty local delicacies but the true delight of this charming town is to wander its timeless streets. Though some travel locations like Berlin mentally take form in the gray hues of an old black & white photo, most of the tropical variety are flavored in full bright colors. Though impressed by the culinary delights of Vietnam, our first ten days in what I had imagined a lush green paradise were disappointingly lacking in visual vibrancy, at least from a color band perspective. But what a difference the golden rays of a setting sun and blue skies can make.

Hoi An served up just this. It was as if we had crossed some imaginary border on our trip south from Hue and were finally transported to the land of what we had once imagined. Though teeming with tourists, the quaint town was charming not only in its picturesque simplicity but also for a population of less persistent applicants for our hard-earned dollars. (continued below in Fondest Memory)

the price of the trip made more sense

by richiecdisc

At one point, we arrived at their home to drop off the little boy and, more importantly, pick up some souvenirs that we would hopefully buy. Now, the price of the trip itself made more sense, as well as their pointed questions about our other purchases, along with their prices. They were armed with the right products and what they figured were the right prices too. We braced ourselves for their sales pitch but found it softer than expected, especially after being manhandled in Hanoi. The items were overpriced and of little interest to us, obviously being typical Chinese knockoffs. We politely refused all the way back to the dock and gladly handed over our agreed upon fare. What was most surprising was their utter calm to our not making a purchase. In fact, they even said to come back again tomorrow. Okay, they probably just wanted another shot at us but it was offered up in such a friendly manner, we said we would think about it. (concluded below in Fondest Memory)

a special person

by call_me_rhia

A special person in Hoi An, and to whom a statue is built in one of the central streets, is the Polish architect Kazimierz Kwiatkowski (1944 - 1997). He was the head of the Polish Committee for the Restoration of Vietnamese Historic Monuments and did a lot of work in Hoi An, helping restoring old buildings and bringing them to their former beauty.

The same architect did some work on My Son, too - and wished that in the future, with proper restoration, will be regarded as important as Angkor (Cambodia), Dagan (Burma) ou Boroboudour (Indonesia).

Swimming, but not in the sea

by call_me_rhia

We had heard so many people saying that Hoi An's beach was pretty a good one, that one morning we decided to give it a go... we really felt like relaxing and swimming for a couple of hours, before heading on towards our next destination. However we found the beach and sea below average... not very inviting. What could we do?

Surio71 had a brilliant idea: head to one of the best hotels, the Hoi An Riverside Resort, and use its gorgeous swimming-pool. So we just went there, walked inside the garden, took a couple of the hotel towels, and pretended we belonged. We were not caught and we had a great swim. Don't bring your towels or people will find out that you are not a hotel resident... use the "free" ones next to the swimming-pool. bring some water, too... if you order something from the bar, you are likely to be asked for your room number, and you'll be caught.

a dog shrine

by aalayaa

i found this dog shrine inside the japanese bridge. i don't know the story, why is it dog? but it's just interesting.
in bali, once, i found a dog shrine, the story was it's one of the god's friend.

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