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Hoi An
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Hoi An Ancient Town

The Ancient Town of Hoi An, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a historical and cultural treasure in Vietnam. Its cobblestone streets, old-style houses, and illuminated lanterns create a charming and romantic atmosphere. Exploring this ancient town is like stepping back in time and immersing oneself in the rich commercial history of Hoi An. In addition to its unique architecture, the Ancient Town of Hoi An features silk shops, craft workshops, vibrant markets, and delicious local cuisine that you should not miss.

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Japanese Bridge

The Japanese Bridge is one of the most famous icons of Hoi An. Built in the 17th century by the Japanese community living in the city, this historic bridge is a symbol of cultural connection between Japan and Vietnam. The Japanese Bridge is an impressive example of oriental architecture, with a unique and elegant design. Walking on the bridge and enjoying the panoramic views of the Thu Bon river is an unforgettable experience in Hoi An.

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An Bang Beach

An Bang Beach is a beautiful and tranquil beach located near Hoi An. With its fine white sand and crystal-clear waters, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun and sea. In addition to its natural beauty, An Bang Beach boasts a wide variety of beachfront restaurants and bars, where you can enjoy fresh seafood and traditional Vietnamese dishes. Walking along the beach, swimming in the warm waters, or simply watching the sunset are some of the activities you can enjoy in this coastal paradise.

Da Nang
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Golden Gate

The Golden Bridge (in Vietnamese: Cầu Vàng), better known as the Bridge of Hands, is a pedestrian structure 150 meters long by 5 meters wide located at the top of a mountain. A place discovered in 1901 by the Governor-General of Indochina Paul Doumer and that attracted many French settlers