Hoi An Ancient – UNESCO world Herritage center

provided free shuttle bus to Hoi-An, and we visited Hoi An Ancient Town. It is about 30km away from Danang, which about 40minute drive. Hoi an is one of Vietnam’s most attraction tourism destinations. It is now a UNESCO protected site and has retained its ancient beauty. The alleyways light up with traditional lanterns.

We arrived at the morning,  and we had a great breakfast at Mia Coffee Shop.

  

In Hoi An a lot of shop selling sovernier .

Hoi An market

 

 

Reaching out tea room , this spot was a prefect to take a break from afternoon hit, we like this place because this is one of the social enterprise in Hoi An. Reaching out are selling tea, biscuit, souvenirs from person hearing impaired.

Japanese bridge

This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An. A bridge was first constructed here in the 1590s by the Japanese community to link it with the Chinese quarters. Over the centuries the ornamentation has remained relatively faithful to the original Japanese design. The French flattened out the roadway for cars, but the original arched shape was restored in 1986.

We took local dessert at this shop

Phi Banh Mi with most delicious Banh mi in Hoi An, but quite far from ancient town and need to work a bit .

We hang around at a coffee shop , while waiting hotel shuttle van to come to pick us.

We really enjoyed walking through old town, we are early birds so loved wondering around enjoying a coffee whilst it wasn’t so busy. Night time gets crazy busy by so much atmosphere good food and just great fun.

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