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Set along the banks of the Hoi an river the ancient town of narrow cobblestone lanes(devoid of cars or motorbikes!!-yahoo) and decrepid chinese style terrace houses was one of the main trading ports with China.The Japenese covered bridge which is 280 yrs old joins one side of the town with the other.There are tonnes of yummy restaurants and bars, …
Quoi de mieux qu'une bière froide assis à la terrasse d'un des nombreux resto de Hoi An, en admirant la déambulation enivrante !
Envie de vêtement ? 41 Le Loi est l'endroit sur mesure !
Un 5 à 7 ? Le Treat's café !
La plage ? 5 minutes en moto !
En se baladant ici on ne souhaite que se perdre, mais avec tout ces villageois si …
The return leg from Sapa on the night train was hard, I didn't sleep much and I think I was still unwell. We went back to the Gecko hotel to leave our bags and get showered, then we spent the morning wandering the shops.
Our taxi driver to the airport tried to break the land speed record which was a bit unnerving, but we got there OK (and …
The city it's very well preserved and its really worth to explore night and day.
If you can rent a motorbike you can go around to beach and rice fields... so beautiful.
Must try the grill fish in banana leaf... really delicious!!!
Our intrepid group took a private bus heading south through coastal rice paddies before we stopped for a short photo break at a place called Hai Van Pass - more or less just a look out. Our next short photo stop was at China beach which was lovely, pity we couldnt have stuck around for a swim. Upon arrival to our hotel in Hoi An we discovered the …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCua Dai Hotel Hoi An
It's more a big Mansion than a hotel, the people there make you feel like family and give you very useful tips for explore the area.
Nice breakfast, nice swiming pool with OK rooms.
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