Hoi An Japanese Bridge or Chùa Cầu  in Vietnamese is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hoi An ancient town, Vietnam. The original name of covered bridge is Lai Vien Kieu. It is considered that the Bridge belongs to the Japanese community in Quang Nam. It was built in the early 17th century. Arrive Hoi An, you must take trip to visit this pure beauty bridge. History and location A legend has it that the monster name Mamazu which has its head in India, tail in Japan and its back in Viet Nam when it move is reason

Missed the moment lighting on lantern, it mean that you have not been this beautiful ancient town Many people who’ve been to Hoi An, especial on the 14th of lunar month will not be able to forget the romantic atmosphere of the night Hoi An festival. So I am wondering what makes attractive with tourists. 2017 Hoi An lantern Festival dates: Apr: 10th May: 9th Jun: 8th Jul: 7th Aug: 5th Sep: 4th Oct: 3rd Nov: 2nd Dec: 1st and 31st Hoi An night is lighting by the lantern It is not natural that the night in Hoi An is so

My Son sanctuary belongs to Duy Phu, Duy Xuyen district, the central province of Quang Nam, about 70 km southeast of Da Nang city and 40 km from Hoi An. The My Son sanctuary is located in a valley with 2 km in diameter, surrounded by hills and mountains in the 100-400 m high mountain range from eastern Truong Son mountain range via My Son to the Tra Kieu capital. My Son is a Hindu sanctuary of the kingdom of Champa. Each king, after ascending the throne, went to here to hold holy mass bleaching ceremony, offer gifts and build temples. It is an

Hoi An ancient town located in the lower section T-junction of the Thu Bon River in the central coastal province of Quang Nam, about 30 km south of Da Nang city. It used to be known in the international market with many different names such as Lam Ap, Faifo, Hoai Pho. As the only traditional Southeast Asian commercial port in Vietnam which was very rare in the world. Hoi An ancient town still preserves nearly all over 1,000 architectural relics such as streets, buildings, assembly halls, temples and pagodas, shrines, ancient wells and tombs… These architectures not only bear the traditional art