HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE
HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN - A WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITE

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: 0235.3666333

Time to visit a place: 60 minutes

Open Time: 6:00 AM - Close Time: 9:55 PM

Email: ttxtdl@quangnamtourism.com.vn

Address: Bach Dang St., Minh An Ward, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province

Located in the lower section of Thu Bon River, 45 km Northeast of Tam Ky City and 30 km South of Da Nang City,  Hoi An Ancient Town was well-known formerly a busiest international commercial port and the meeting place of the merchant ships from Japan, China, and the West in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Hoi An Ancient Town is an outstanding example of the traditional South-East Asian trading port. Most of the houses here are traditional structures dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries, along the small streets. Beside its tangible cultural values, Hoi An also preserves a rich and diverse intangible culture. This is regarded as a living museum of architecture and urban lifestyle.

Hoi An was recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO on December 4th, 1999.
 

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Located in the lower section of Thu Bon River, 45 km Northeast of Tam Ky City and 30 km South of Da Nang City,  Hoi An Ancient Town was well-known formerly a busiest international commercial port and the meeting place of the merchant ships from Japan, China, and the West in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Hoi An Ancient Town is an outstanding example of the traditional South-East Asian trading port. Most of the houses here are traditional structures dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries, along the small streets. Beside its tangible cultural values, Hoi An also preserves a rich and diverse intangible culture. This is regarded as a living museum of architecture and urban lifestyle.

Hoi An was recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO on December 4th, 1999.
 

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