This are some Champa Temples that where used for vietnamees to hide from americans in the war. Due to that they are kind of destroyed but amazing anyway specially for the nature that serves as background.
This are some mountains completely made of marble. Inside there are some cavees that now contain buddish sactuaries.
The best is to climb to the top and you will find an amazing view. I want you to surprise yourself and that is why I am not including a picture of the view...
I know this is not a usuall thing to do in a trip. I am not a clothes lover or even care about them but this is an expirience you shouldnt miss. The clothes are great and the people also are. They will treat you so so kindly that you will always see those pants or shirts with love. IT IS ALSO VERY CHEAP!
Many visitors to Hoi An seek out the Mermaid Restuarant in downtown Hoi An. It's been there a long time and has earned a good reputation. I have eaten there numerous times on my visits in 1999 and 2006. However, on my last visit in April 2006 I found a gem of a restaurant called the Greed Moss. It's easy to find. Walk east from The Mermaid about three blocks. The Green Moss is at 155 Nguyen Duy Hieu on the right side of the street opposite a Buddhist temple. It is a cute place and you can eat al fresco in front or on a first floor terrace overlooking the street. Or, if you choose, you can eat inside and the atmosphere is quite nice. Ms. Thu is the owner and chef and she prepares marvelous dishes. The menu is extensive so it should be a cinch to find something that you would enjoy. Highly recommended.
Its an incredible expirience. The speakers of the train tells the story of the next stop and how Gral. Ho Chi Minh manage to liberate it. Meals are included and even though is not great you can learn a lot. You will be sorrounded with vietnam people sleeping, eating, even snooring. This is the closest you will be to understand this country.