Hoi An is a charming ancient town set on the banks of the Thu Bon River. The town remains a trading port, just as it was from the 15th to 19th centuries when it thrived in the spice trade. The architecture of the city reflects the city’s wide variety of cultural influences, including Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and French, all of whom traded in Hoi An.  The town’s historic center, which features an elegant network of cobbled streets, traditional buildings and ornate bridges, has now been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. And each year Hoi Anis lit up by the Tet (Lunar New Year) lantern festival, which brings an extra element of colorful and magic to this beautiful town. 
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Landmarks of Hoi An: 

-    Japanese Covered Bridge
-    Museum of Trade Ceramics
-    Phung Hung House
-    Chaozhou Hall

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