World Traveller September 2019



Hoi An

Removed from the hustle and bustle that dominates Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, the well-preserved 15-19th century

trading port city of Hoi An, located on Vietnam’s central coast, is known for its unique charm and delicious local

cuisine. Explore the Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and tour the streets lined with cafés, shops,

historic landmarks and colourful yellow-painted buildings.

Highlights 1 Taste a famous local dish, such as banh mi – the Vietnamese take on the humble sandwich, which comes piled high with

meat and vegetables. 2 Hire a bicycle and set off for an early morning ride around Cam Kim, a lush island that's a short ferry-hop away.

3 Duck into one of the many tailors that line the streets and get a made-to-measure outfit whipped up in super quick time. 11

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