7 BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN HOI AN
Hoi An has a reputation for being one of the prettiest cities in all of Vietnam and the Old Town here has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its 800 historic buildings. There is a definite ‘old town’ feeling here which is like stepping back into the Vietnam of ancient times, and the city is also famous as it was never bombed during the Vietnam War. Hoi An is also located on the Thu Bon River which is flanked by bars, cafes and local markets and you can walk along the banks at night and take in the views across the rippling water. When you walk around the city, you can take in spots such as museums, ancient homes and pretty temples, and Hoi An also has a delicious local food scene. As if that wasn’t enough, the surrounding countryside of Hoi An is equally scenic and you can easily take a day trip out to glorious beaches or ruined cities.
The best places to visit in Moc Chau, Viet Nam
Enjoying natural advantages with fresh air and the average height of 1,050m against sea water level, Mộc Châu tea is green and acrid. Like other kinds of tea grown on high mountains and traditionally processed, but Mộc Châu tea seems to be a wonderful tonic which can help users to become healthier.
Huong Pagoda is one of the most important Buddhist temple in Vietnam. The natural landscapes such as Yanxi and Fragrant Caves, which are blended with water and milk in the site, are artificially landscaped by temples and Tian Chu Temple. The sixth day of the first lunar month is the meeting day of the traditional festival of the Huong pagoda, and it will be on the 15th to the 20th of the first month of the lunar calendar. The temple fair lasted for three months and is arguably the longest traditional event in Vietnam. The incense temple is full of incense and believers, and it is also the place where the dragon son Xiansun traces the source and preserves the national culture and tradition. Vietnamese people hope to go to the Huong Pagoda in their lifetime. On the way, you can enjoy the beauty of the mountains and rivers of the Yan River and the entrance to the Huong Tich, which gives you the feeling of being in a paradise.