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Hoi An

Hoi An is one of the most charming and romantic towns in all of South-East Asia. The colonial streets with their yellow walls and dark wood shutters, basking in the romantic light of hanging lanterns, beckon all who travel to Vietnam. Hoi An is famed as one of the most densely populated areas of tailors, but there is so much

Hoi An

The Hoi An Central Market is a hectic hive of activity. Everywhere you look there is something happening; from living chickens being bunched onto motorbike handles, to a boar leg being carved in the middle of the traffic. You'll find colourful, exotic veggies on every corner and the aroma of fresh fish assaulting your nostrils. Not to mention the constant

Hoi An

Food plays a huge role in Vietnamese culture. Yet a lot of visitors are nervous to scratch below the surface of the well known classic Vietnamese dishes like Pho and Banh Mi. One of the best things to do in Hoi An is a cooking class. The calibre of schools here is higher than I've seen elsewhere in Vietnam, which

Hoi An

The charm of Hoi An's architecture and the laid back vibe is what attracts most visitors to this ancient city. The pedestrianised old city offers a welcome break from the usual chaos of Vietnamese roads and while most opt to wander around the old city on foot, you'll want to get onto a bicycle to explore further afield. The countryside