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In an article titled “Hoi An, a multinational Vietnam”, La Stampa, Italy’s third most popular newspaper, called the ancient town of Hoi An in Central coastal Quang Nam province an ideal Asian destination in 2015

Once one of Vietnam’s most important trading ports, Hoi An has now become one of the most loved tourist cities in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site too. The Old Town still maintains its fusion of ancient Vietnamese and colonial French beauty and unique culinary heritage, made of specialities such as cao lau, quang noodles and shrimp dumplings. Here is our selection of the best 10 culinary spots in Hoi An.

The New Year 2015 is coming. If you are in Vietnam during this time, Hoi An would be an ideal place to enjoy the New Year Eve.

For culture vultures there are a variety of museums, temples and merchant houses that are open for tourists to explore in Hoi An. Let’s be honest, one of the biggest draws of Hoi An is the abundance of tailors.

Hoi An is a shoppers heaven where you can find tailor shops everywhere on the streets. Today, Hoi An is also known as a shopping paradise that attracts tourists towards its wonderful souvenirs, handicrafts, antique pieces, silk materials and art paintings, and so on.

Set in a quiet environment, Hoi An is surrounded by peaceful villages, beautiful Thu Bon River and Cua Dai Beach.A former international trading port with its heyday in the 17th to 19th centuries, the cultural influences of the Japanese and Chinese merchants are still evident today in the town’s architecture and the distinctly Chinese atmosphere of the Old Quarte.

On February 4th, a traditional boat racing was held on the Hoai River in the ancient town of Hoi An, Quang Nam province. The annual event attracted more than 5,000 local people and international tourists.

From April 1, all officials and government employees of Hoi An ancient town will have to go to work by bicycles, said Hoi An Party Chief – Mr. Nguyen Su.

Considered as a beautiful pearl of Hoi An in the central coast province of Quang Nam, the Cham Island has many interesting things to explore.

Hoi An has over 1,000 ancient houses, of which 107 are in need of urgent repair while 55 are seriously dilapidated.

After retirement, Mrs. Le Thi Nguong, 64 in Tan An ward, Hoi An City, Quang Nam province, spent a lot of time working in the supervisory board of public investment of her ward

A seven-kilometre tour around Hoi An’s Cam Thanh Village takes visitors through the beautiful countryside and straight to the heart of Vietnamese traditional crafts and lifestyles.

Situated in a narrow alley on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street in Hoi An City, there stands a house built in 1806 that sheltered 14 generations of former headmasters of the Royal Army, Nguyen Tuong Van's (1774-1822) family.

For those seeking refuge from the bustling tourist town of Hoi An, this ecotourism village offers a quieter vacation spot. Instead of cars and motorbikes, bicycles fill the peaceful streets.

Craftsman Huynh Ri, 74, from Kim Bong Village in ancient Hoi An Town, still makes wooden carvings, but his age limits his output.

Hoi An Ancient Town and My Son Sanctuary were almost razed to the ground and sank beneath the lake, if not for the intervention of Mr. Ho Nghinh, former Party Secretary of Quang Nam - Da Nang Province.

Hoi An's lucrative tourism sector is facing major fears about the impact of erosion along the ancient town's famous coastline, with dozens of resorts in danger of disappearing underwater in the future.

Going to My Son Holy Land and Hoi An ancient town, the first thing that visitors can feel is the primitive beauty of thousand years old, the rarely enduring beauty of the two world-class heritage sites.

Hoi An Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, appeals to most tourists for its irresistible charm of architecture and landscape.