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I love Hoi An. It is such a beautiful place and the ancient city is unlike anything we have seen so far in Vietnam. All the shops and restaurants have ornate wooden doors and window shutters and are decorated by beautiful lanterns. At night most of the streets are walking and cycling only so it is very peaceful such a contrast to the rest of …
... of all, we decided to visit the Hoi Anīs symbol - Japanese Covered Bridge. In order to be able to cross the bridge we had to buy a combined ticket (VND 120,000 per person) which includes five of major sights of Hoi An:
- 1x museum
- 1x merchant house
- 1x assembly hall
- Temple on the Japanese Covered Bridge
- Quang Cong Temple
... full refund we left Tan Phuong hotel and checked in to Thanh Binh 3 hotel. We paid a bit more to stay in the new hotel but at least we got full breakfast for everyone, a swimming pool and a much better room. We spent a lot of time in the pool because it was so hot. The ancient town of Hoi An was only a few minutes away from us. We would go there at night to walk around.
The ancient town looked great due to the ...
... there was someone there until he had me in his vice like grip. I spun my head around (further injuring my already stiff neck) and stifled the scream that tried to lurch from my throat as I saw his flickering eyes searching in the blackness for me. He was trying to politely invite me in but he actually used his super human strength to yank me up from the floor (almost pulling my arm out of the socket) and ushered me into the building.
Inside, it was like a friedly version of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBetel Garden Homestay - Villa Hoi An
Great little spot, not far from town, great staff will not disappoint, good value for money.
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