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  • 1. Simon The Tailor

    Simon The Tailor is the family tailor running business. I can not say enough about the owner of this shop - Mrs Lang who is friendly and has a good experience in suit and shirt made. She understood my...

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  • 2. A Dong Silk Tailors

    This review is for the 40, Le Loi shop. We've came to A Dong Silk after research online on Tripadvisor and Lonely Planet. I had prepared a lot of photos with u, both front-side as backshots which...

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  • 3. Tailors in Hoian

    Apparel has always been an inevitable part of life, so the garment industry, with a long development history, has experienced many ups and downs with the...

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  • 4. NAM DIEU TEMPLE

    This temple is dedicated to the Founding Father of the craft of making pottery and tiles.I came across it in the pottery village of Thanh Ha, on a large open...

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  • 5. Cinnamon Sunset Cruise

    A great two hour trip up the river and an excellent meal to go with it whilst you watch the sun go down.The cost of around $50 for two people is certainly well...

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  • 6. ALWAYS CARRY PLENTY OF BOTTLED FRESH WATER

    When I'm "out and about" anywhere in the tropics I always make sure that I am carrying plenty of bottled fresh water.for my needs..The temperatures and humidity...

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  • 7. PHAC HAT PAGODA

    I don't have any information on this Pagoda with its colourful façade of ceramics and tiles. The yard is quite nice as many plants are growing in large ceramic...

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  • 8. CHONG BEACH ON CHAM ISLAND FOR LUNCH *3*

    Today the Cham islands are also a Marine Protected Area because of their many important marine habitants, especially beaches and coral reefs, and rich...

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  • 9. Learn more about Hoi An folk arts

    This is a museum inside one of those old traditional Hoi An homes. Very cozy inside and it shows all about Hoi An cultural arts and crafts. Nice to go there to...

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  • 10. JAPANESE COVERED BRIDGE

    Visit the bridge in the old main street which was built nearly 400 years ago, when the town was divided in two with the Chinese living on one side and the...

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  • 11. CYCLE TO THE BEACH

    Rent a bike in town and cycle to China Beach and you might get the whole place to yourself. China Beach is not the real name, just in the TV series. The beach...

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  • 12. Tra Que Village

    We took a culinary tour to Tra Que Village, said the vegetables basket of Hoi An. It was great overall: beautiful village and friendly people. I loved planting,...

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  • 13. The japanese bridge.

    The japanese bridge is a 16th century bridge that has kinda become the official landmark of Hoi An.The bridge used to connect what was the japanese and the...

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  • 14. Quaint touristy town

    Hoi An is a lovely place to just kick back and soak up the atmosphere of old Vietnam. The centre of town is pedestrianised and on the waterfront. If you're in...

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  • 15. Marble Mountains

    The Marble Mountains are a small group of steep hills about 20km north of Hoi An overlooking the beaches. They used to be primarily a source of marble to be...

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  • 16. UNESCO World Heritage Site: Hoi An Ancient Town

    Ho An is an ancient town with many impressive old architectural buildings, the Cham Nam river divided the town into two areas, the local rich tradition, and...

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  • 17. Hoi An Folklore Museum

    This museum is the Relic Preservation Center of Hoi An. It displays the traditional Hoi An's heritage with its traditional occupation, clothing, folklore, and...

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  • 18. Japanese Bridge

    During 16th to 17th Century, Hai Pho seaside town was an important trading area for the Japanese, Chinese, Indians, Dutch, and Vietnamese. This bridge was built...

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  • 19. Kim Bong Carpentry Village (Lang Moc Kim Bong)

    After visiting My Son, the tour continued with the boat trip to Kim Bong. We took a boat from a ferry, then sailed along a big river with many local villages...

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  • 20. UNESCO World Heritage Site: My Son Sanctuary

    My Son Sanctuary is an archaeological site of the Champa Kingdom in Hoi An. During the period between 4th and 13th century, the Cham had been settling here for...

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  • 21. Visit MY SON CHAM HOLY LAND

    Do a tour to My Son. The scenery is good on the way there, passing by many fields of Rice, and lovely mountain views. At My Son, the guide told my group about...

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  • 22. Boat trip to Cham Island

    A tour to Cham Island is a nice days outing. I was picked up by bus and taken to a port where I boarded the boat. I could sit downstairs or up on the top open...

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  • 23. Tran Family Shrine

    Tran Tu Nhac, an intelligent mandarin who lived during the reign of King Gia Long (around 200 years ago), built this house. In late 1802, he and some others...

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  • 24. Halong Bay Cruise

    We went on a 3 day 2 night cruise through Handspan on the Dragon Pearl. It was a great 3 days. I would recommend going for a more expensive tour (Such as...

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  • 25. take a cooking class

    I've never taken a cooking class, but the one at the Red Bridge Cooking school was highly recommended, and I figure, well, I love Vietnamese food, so what a fun...

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