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HOI AN MAP

"The old town lies on the Thu Bon river and has numerous shops, restaurants and bars. In one of those restaurants we had a nice lunch with the two of us this afternoon. On the river there are boats that are illuminated with lanterns in the evening and with which you can take a 20-minute trip on the river for 200,000 dongs. Many floating wishes are released on the river and all those lights are a magical sight in the evening. We had bought a ticket yesterday, with which you can visit 5 attractions.
We visited five this afternoon. We have been on and in the Japanese bridge, we visited the home of an old Vietnamese merchant and we went to a Rehahn photo exhibition. Afterwards we had a nice drink and ate in the restaurant where we also went yesterday. The Cargo Bar, a great bar!"


Hoi An Map

 


The Japanese Bridge

The Japanese Bridge was first built in 1590 by the Japanese community in order to deal better with the Chinese quarters. Through the centuries, they remained relatively faithful to the original Japanese design.
The construction is very solidly built, because of the danger of earthquakes. The inputs of the bridge are monitored by weathered images: a few monkeys on one side, a pair of dogs on the other side. According to an old story, they had chosen these images because many Japanese emperors were born in the year of the dog and monkey.
Another story tells that the construction of the bridge began in the year of the monkey and was completed in the year of the dog.
The access to the Japanese Bridge is free. You ask you for a donation for the small, impressive temple on the northern side of the bridge.

 


 


Cozy Hoian Boutique Villas

Nestled in the heart of Cam Pho, Cozy Hoian Boutique Villas is an ideal spot from which to discover Hoi An. The hotel is not too far from the city center: just 0.3 km away, and it normally takes about 35 minutes to reach the airport. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
At Cozy Hoian Boutique Villas, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay. Top features of the hotel include 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, convenience store, daily housekeeping.
Guests can choose from 17 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of total peace and harmony. The hotel's recreational facilities, which include golf course (within 3 km), garden are designed for escape and relaxation. Whatever your purpose of visit, Cozy Hoian Boutique Villas is an excellent choice for your stay in Hoi An.

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