Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, many people consider it the most beautiful city in Vietnam. The multicultural past of this ancient commercial port can still be appreciated in its beautiful architecture.
Vietnamese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese architecture combine majestically on the streets of Hoi An. And also in its cuisine, which combines typical dishes from many different parts of the world. The iconic Japanese covered bridge, built with a roof so people could shelter from the sun and rain, is one of the biggest attractions in Hoi An. Sailing on the Thu Bon River and seeing it lit up with thousands of flowers and floating candles on nights when there is a full moon is a unique experience. You must not leave without visiting the beaches and the Cham Islands, one of the country's greatest natural treasures.
قم بتنزيل تطبيق ميليا لنظامي التشغيل أي أو إس و الاندرويد للحصول على تجربة أفضل من خلال الهاتف المحمول