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4 Days
Vietnam! Hoi An Old Town

I have been to many UNESCO World Heritage Old Towns in China and Malaysia. While the houses have ...

Vicky Chong
9 Days
Rainy biking and windy diving in Hoi An

As we (I was now back with dear Ciara, my partner in Asian bike journeys) set to hop back on the ...

lucy m
Hoi An - Tailor Made

We wanted to visit one of the most famous towns in Vietnam –  Hoi An. It has an ancien...

Eva and Nat
Hue to Hoi An: Vietnam motorbike adventure

Vietnam offers some of the greatest national parks in Southeast Asia with large limestone mount...

Lina Stock
Two Weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia

I had so many doubts before going to Vietnam regarding the food, language, people and weather. Wa...

Nidhi Jakhodia
6 Days
Backpacking VietNam Solo 7N/8D

I decided to travel cross country and picked VietNam as my first-ever solo backpacking country, b...

Vishal Taneja

Hotels and Homestays in tp. Hội An

Weekend Getaways from tp. Hội An

All about SanyaThis Chinese beach vacation spot had been a chosen getaway spot for local Chinese tourists, but it was th...
Seat of the Nguyễn dynasty, Huế is a historic city in Central Vietnam. It was built in the 18th and the 19th century. Ov...
Qui Nhon
We continued our journey towards the South and this little town of Quy Nhon was a delightful stop along the way. Miles o...
You can explore Pakse before flying out of Laos.Some Tips:Boat Tickets: Always get your ticket from the official ticket ...

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4. Ancient World Heritage Site Hoi AnHoi An, Vietnam was an important trading port from the 15th to the 19th century and has had a major harbor since the 1st century. "Ancient" is really a more apt description than "old" for the town, but it still has a feeling of being incredibly cosmopolitan and bustling. The town reflects influences from Vietnam and from all of the different cultures that have been coming together there for trade for the last couple thousand of years.There is a decidedly unreal feeling you get wandering around the streets of the Ancient city. A feeling I found to be more dream-like than Disneyland, and the people who live there seem to take pride in how beautiful and well-preserved the town is. The yellow houses and shops were really giving an artistic perspective to the town. The streets near the river were full of creative minded backpackers and travelers from around the world. Everyone there looked peaceful and happy, gazing the exquisite scenic beauty of Hoi An.A photo posted by Nitin Bothra (@indian.excursionist) onA photo posted by Nitin Bothra (@indian.excursionist) onA photo posted by Nitin Bothra (@indian.excursionist) onA photo posted by Nitin Bothra (@indian.excursionist) on5. People of VietnamAccording to me, if you want to judge a place, you have to consider two things, food and people. Some countries have really reserved people and they don't love to interact or even smile in return.But Vietnam was completely different. People were happy and had a curious mind towards tourist. Vietnamese are hard working and always give a cute smile, if you make an eye contact with them. The young Vietnam is completely influenced by the western culture and loves to party a lot, but on the other hand they never sacrifice their work for entertainment. They are, what you call the type of people who believed in, "Work while you work and Play while you play."I would recommend everyone to park their doubts about this small, yet beautiful country and just travel through every part of it. We didn't have enough time to explore Sapa, Da Lat, Nha Trang, Saigon, but I still regret about not extending the trip. But anyways, I will come again Vietnam, till thenThis blog was originally published on 'Indian Excursionist'

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