Hoi An is the perfect melting pot of Asian cultures to explore on your next Vietnamese family holiday. Since its early days, it has attracted traders from across the world – Europeans, Chinese and Japanese. Today the city’s food, architecture and lifestyle reflect glimpses of these different influences.
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My Son Sanctuary was once the most important place in the kingdom of Champa. It is where royal weddings took place, monarchs were buried and the important politics of the day were discussed. It was where people prayed to their God Shiva to show them the path to enlightenment.
Hoi An, in its prime in the 1700s, was a thriving trading port. Because of this, the ancient town on the coast of Central Vietnam, is a collaboration of influences from China, France, Japan and of course Vietnam.
Da Nang is Vietnam’s fourth-largest city. During the Vietnam War, it was a base for American soldiers and still today remnants of that time can be seen in the diverse culture, culinary styles and cuisines that emanate from this region. Da Nang is just 29 kilometres south of Hoi An, and it is a 90-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam is known for its cuisine, and sampling the local delicacies should be a top priority.
Centrally located and packed with things to do, eat and see, Hoi An, Da Nang and Hue are perfect hotspots for your Vietnamese adventure.
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