Hoi An Vietnam – A Surprise

14 December 2022

Hoi An Vietnam – A Surprise

The video is a travel vlog about Hoi An, an ancient port town in Vietnam. The town is presented as a preserved heritage site and is known for its beauty and popular night market. The vlogger, Josie, samples local delicacies, including Bánh Mì, and takes viewers on a tour of her hotel room, highlighting the bathroom as the highlight of the show. Josie expresses her love for the town and asks viewers to share their favorite places in Vietnam.

In this Vietnam Travel Vlog, I travel from Saigon to Hoi An, in Central Vietnam, to check out a town that many people refer to as the most beautiful and well-preserved Vietnamese city. It’s a very popular holiday destination in Vietnam!

There are many cities to see in Central Vietnam, including Da Nang, Hue, and Hoi An – I plan to see most of them on my trip – if you have any suggestions for things to do in Hoi An and the surrounds, let me and others know in the comments!

00:00 Intro
00:31 Bike riding for banh mi
03:06 Hoi An city
04:15 Hotel Tour
07:07 My Hoi an recommendations
08:05 Old city and famous bridge
10:32 Night market

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My name is Josie, I’m from Sydney, Australia. I love dogs and coffee. I worked in a gym but quit my job in 2021 to start a Youtube channel.
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40 Reviews to “Hoi An Vietnam – A Surprise”

  1. Hi everyone! Thank you so much for coming to Vietnam with me ❤ Have you been here before? What did you think of it? I'll see you in the next one! 👋😊

  2. I love that you smile often in the video you look cute I will follow your adventures in South East Asia​ 🌏😊👍

  3. Hi Josie. I must honestly ask: " Don't we wish we'd never gain weight?" I'm Vietnamese-American and love Vietnamese food, I just can't wait to go back to my country one day. Love your video. Have fun in Vietnam.

  4. If you want an incredible lunch/dinner spot – RED DRAGON is the BEST. We went there multiple times and over that time ate almost the entire menu, it was that good, and their creme brulee is something I dream about years later.

  5. The 3 wheels vehicle is called xích lô (cyclo). It is traditional one and very common around more than 30 years ago. It disappeared later due to restrict traffic law. Now you can only see it in travel city like Hoi An or Ha Noi. In Saigon there even had a version cyclo with motor called “xích lô máy” before.

  6. Are you still in Hoi An and have you seen Hoi An Memories Show ? It is a great show giving you a brief history of Hoi An, they use lots of modern equipment and beautiful choreography. At first I thought it was nothing special because i think history is kinda boring but after having seen the show it really changed my view because it was very informative and use state-of-the-art audio and visual devices. Highly recommend 🙂

  7. What a lovely place! Enjoyed watching you riding the bike- haha. The accommodation looks lovely and just what you'd need after a day of sightseeing. Great aerial shots. You've made me want to go to Vietnam and definitely Hoi An. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Ben, you would have to be the epitome of a "wingeing Pom" Love ya mate, love your work.. We used to get skleeping buses, sleeping trains, (K-Class) whilst in China, though now it is all bullet trains, no time to sleep. hasn't Vietnam just opened a new Chinese built bullet train? It's the way to go. Fast, clean, and fun, though not as much fun as sleeping trains/buses.

  9. Sawing Logs! You are a good dude Ben lots of fun. Next Vid title, “Avoiding This Man (Tim k) in Philippines.” 5M views easy!

  10. Ben, I gotta tellya, I didn't know if you were going qiut or die on that scooter. But you hung in there…a true soldier of travel. I just subscribed.

  11. Pity about the rain. You guys should try again outside the monsoon season. Motor biking through the back country was great video content

  12. In ho chi min city we checked in to a brand new high rised hotel with 4 towers 40 stories tall each.
    Fair play to them most of it was open
    6 stories up and there's an infinity pool looking on to the city
    Me and my friend was in it and a Chinese guy jumped in
    He cleared his throat and spat it in the pool ten times
    This is a reality too
    I saw it many times from Chinese tourists
    This is just fact not opinion
    You could spot the Chinese a mile off.
    They would take all the food on buffets, be rude to everyone and be so loud.
    I like everybody but this became a reality while I was in Vietnam

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