World HeritageHoi An Old Town is one of Vietnam's world hertiage. We like this city very much, walking along the streets you will find plenty of shops for clothes, food, handicraft and art galleries. Many tourists have their dress tailor-made here for US$15-25. This is the city where many Chinese and Japanese traded with the ancient Vietnam, there is a bridge called "Japanese Bridge" and there are plenty of Chinese establishments such as restaurants and temples. You should try a special local dish called "Cao Lau". There are some nearby attractions such as Mable Mountain and China Beach. And on our way from Hue to Hoi An, we passed "Hai Van Pass".
From Irene: This is the best part of our trip, the weather is warm and sunny which makes a huge difference already. You can also see this town on foot in half day. One of the best thing in this city is that not much horn sound bombarded me, because the road is narrower with less traffic. It'd be a good idea to stay in a resort hotel near Hoi An and hang out in the city. 3D2D can be refreshing!