With a past steeped in history and trade, Hoi An offers a wealth of stories amidst its city streets. Once a Champa city, in 1999 the former trading town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll past well preserved buildings from the 15th – 19th centuries.
A fusion of indigenous and foreign influences – the port attracted Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Dutch settlers – and reflections of this heritage can be seen throughout. Admire timber-frame buildings and architectural monuments as well as religious buildings and pagodas. Take in the Japanese Bridge, a symbol of this city’s heritage charms.