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The port city of Hòi An lies at the mouth of the Sông Thu Bồn into the South China Sea. In the 15th century, Chinese and Japanese established trading settlements here.

The car-free old town is picturesquely beautiful and is a UNESCO cultural heritage site. As soon as it gets dark, the countless lanterns are lit in the streets, giving the city a very special touch.

Hoi An Very Chinese Bridge Start of the tour of the town Business Street Entrance to the teahouse We drink tea in an ancient teahouse one shop after the other At the market At the market Midday nap Chinese Assembly Hall with Temple Lanterns are made here Laterns Chùa Câu On the Japanese Bridge lightbox for MACby VisualLightBox.com v5.9