The Streets of Hoi An
The following video provides an excellent glimpse of the quiet Streets of Hoi An. The map beneath the video shows the Hoi An streets in the video. The average Vietnam traveler can walk from one edge of the map to the other in 5 to 10 minutes. Just find your way to the Japanese Bridge or the corner of Le Loi Street and Tran Hung Dao Street. From either of these points you won’t need a guide to explore the streets of Hoi An. Most hotels have maps of this area of Hoi An.
Strolling in Hoian through the narrow streets
Many visitors to Hoi An also take part in one of the many cooking classes offered by local chefs and restaurants.
For the past 13 years, travel writer Carol Howland has returned to Hoi An again and again. In her third travel book on Vietnam (apart from a guidebook), she explores the tangled history of this old port town that saw its heydays in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, contemporary with Malacca and Macao – a town that has been a seaport for more than two thousand years hosting three distinct civilisations. Interwoven with Hoi An residents, who relate the tales of their ancestors.
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