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Hoi An Ancient Town

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Hoi An Ancient Town

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Morning Small group to Marble Mountains - Am Phu Cave - Monkey Mountain
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Morning Small group to Marble Mountains - Am Phu Cave - Monkey Mountain

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Exploring exotic scenes of Nature and Human <br><br>Marble Moutain is well-known as the most beautiful site not only among Vietnamese but also tourists. It carries an amazing value of combination between many mable and limestone caves.<br><br>Monkey Mountain should be on religion/culture lovers’ checklist. Many exciting stories of history and culture based on Buddhism have been told when visiting this place. You could also see the giant statue of Laddy Buddha which set a new record in height.
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littlemsglobetrotter25 wrote a review Feb 2021
Evesham, England, United Kingdom67 contributions25 helpful votes
Caught the bus into Hoi Ann and then walked to my destination. Visited at Christmas weather was mixed, rained a fair bit, but the beautiful town is definitely one to visit. Stop to have a tea and homemade biscuits at Reaching Out. Also you can't leave Hoi Ann without having a Banh Mi and the best one is served here. Also lots of little cafes round the back streets
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Date of experience: March 2020
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NehaNagpal wrote a review Jan 2021
Chandigarh, India36 contributions33 helpful votes
This place is out of the world.. laid back.. dreamland.. as if out of the movie or something.. pure with all possible colors .. lanterns.. music .. smooth .. heavenly. . Anything i say .. will not do justice with this town
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ricky wrote a review Dec 2020
Hoi An, Vietnam2 contributions
Nice oplacw quite abs realky good for take a photo we have many good photo and spaecial food we love it
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Kim wrote a review Dec 2020
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1 919 contributions120 helpful votes
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Because of Covid-19, not many people visit there. But it is good for someone who want to take pictures, nobody inside of your pic. Less services, less food.. really different with the last time we was there!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Okoyamate wrote a review Dec 2020
Tokyo, Japan6 contributions1 helpful vote
Morning Gloria is an amazing restaurant. Check my review and pics. Vaia Hotel is a great deal. Check my review and pics. The mix of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture make this city very unique. Few streets in the center are pedestrian and bicycle zone only. No motorbikes are allowed. They should do that in more streets around the center. The traffic is stressful for pedestrians. At night the city looks even more interesting. Tons of traditional laterns iluminate the streets. Make sure that you walk towards the Japanese Bridge. It's almost magical.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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