Historically, Hoi An has been one of Southeast Asia’s chief trading ports, a place where people and cultures converge. As such, it’s not surprising that this quaint town has remained a paradise for all who either visit or have chosen to live here. Hoi An is a commercial centre, a market and a melting pot, all rolled into one tastefully attractive cornucopia of commercial products.
Hoi An is both an interesting city and a great beach location. The Ancient Town is of historical interest and is of course a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beaches are lovely, with great restaurants lining the shore and the Cham Islands providing a picturesque backdrop.
Conveniently located just a 30 minute drive from Danang City, Hoi An is a much quieter and peaceful place to live compared to the likes of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Hoi An offers a plethora of historical buildings to explore and discover as well as a multitude of Vietnamese and Western cuisines which will tempt everyone’s taste buds.