In the ancient town Hoi An of Vietnam, you must explore the:
– 17th-century Tan Ky House, with fascinating architectural and decorative elements.
-Hoi An’s primary symbol, the Japanese Bridge at the western end of Tran Phu Street.
– the Museums of Hội An, the Trade Ceramics, and Sa Huỳnh Culture, and Folk Culture.
– the ancient tombs of Japanese traders: Mr. Gu Sokukun, Mr. Tani Yajirobei, Mr. Banjiro.
Cars are banned in the historic heart of Hội An and the only traffic you’ll encounter are bicycles and the ubiquitous motorbikes. That said, it’s a treat to wander on foot. Head down to the waterfront where wooden Chinese shophouses line the soporific quayside of the Thu Bồn River, once the center of a bustling trading port.