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HỘI AN
About Hoi An Town
The ancient town of Hoi An, 30 km south of Danang, lies on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Quang Nam Province.

Hoi An, a charming ancient town of the 15th century, used to be the biggest sea port and the most important trade center of the country during the 17th and 18th centuries. Merchant ships from many countries such as Holland, Britain, Japan, France, Portugal, China, Indonesia etc. used to anchor here to purchase silk, pottery, tea, pepper and lacquerware of Vietnam.

Its well preserved communal houses, pagodas and other places of worship reflect the presence and influences of the Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and Westerners who later settled in the region.

In Hoi An, cycling or walking through the ancient streets of moss-walled buildings that are still preserved nearly the same as those of the 16-17th century seaport gives visitors a strange and interesting feeling.

The town has a distinct Chinese atmosphere with low, tiled-roof houses and narrow streets; the original structure of some remain intact. All the houses are made of rare wood and decorated with lacquered boards and panels engraved with Chinese characters. Pillars are also carved with ornamental designs. Nearby are impressive ruins of the Sa Huynh and Champa cultures.
Hoi An Sightseeings
MY SON SANCTUARY: My Son, located in Quang Nam province, 69km south-west of Danang, was an imperial city during the Champa dynasty, between the 4th and the 12th centuries. The sanctuary is a large complex of religious relics comprised of more than 70 architectural works. They include temples and towers connected to one other through complicated red brick designs. The main component of the design is the tower, built to reflect the divinity of the king. The Cham architecture in My Son is one of the main attractions in Quang Nam province. According to records on the stone stele, the prime foundation of the ancient My Son architectural complex was a wooden temple to worship the Siva Bhadresvera genie. All of the Cham towers were built on a quadrate foundations and each comprises three parts: a solid tower base, representing the world of human beings, the mysterious and sacred tower body, representing the world of spirits, and the tower top built in the shape of a man offering flowers and fruits or of trees, birds, animals, etc., representing things that are close to the spirits and human beings.