Hoi An is located in Quang Nam Province and is enlisted as a UNESCO Heritage site. Hoi An was famous during the 15th and 19th century as a trading port. The city has now become the most prosperous in Vietnam and this has made it a key tourist destination. There is approximately a population of 121,716 people. Despite the increasing numbers of tourists Hoi An has managed to maintain a non polluted environment. If you’re looking for a cultural tour Hoi An is the best choice with well preserved temples and architecture.
One of the major attractions of the town is the Japanese Bridge. The bridge was originally built by the Japanese to build relations with the Vietnamese across the stream. The bridge was built in 1590 and is a traditional Japanese architectural design. Another notable attraction is My Son Sanctuary which consists of 70 architectural relics that date back to the 4th century. You can also make time to visit the The Tran Family Chapel, the oldest residency in the town.
Situated in central Vietnam, Hoi An has a tropical climate with weather that’s warm all year round. The average temperature is about 29 degrees which is usually accompanied with heavy rain or humidity. The rain season usually begins in September and stays until January and there are also tropical typhoons which usually dampens the holiday spirit. The best time to visit Hoi An is from February till May when the season is more mild and dry.
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