Thứ Hai, 24 tháng 2, 2014

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Hoi An is a small city with around 88,000 residents, hidden away about halfway down Vietnam’s coast. Unlike the big cities, it doesn’t have lots of traffic and crowds. It’s popular with tourists and a well-established place on the backpacker trail. It’s a place of art-and-craft shops and countless tailors who make made-to-measure clothing for a fraction of western prices.

Hoi An is an exceptionally well-preserved example of 15th- to 19th-century South-East Asian trading ports. Buildings and street plans reflect indigenous and foreign influences in the heritage site. It’s a pedestrian-friendly place so you can wander around and take it all in.

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