Foreign advice: Let travel to Hoi An


(QNO) - Hoi An is located in Vietnam's Central Quang Nam province.  It is a peaceful ancient town with a mix of Western and Eastern architecture, including Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese and French architecture. The town witnessed an influx of visitors in 2022.

Hoi An ancient town
Hoi An ancient town

The South China Morning Post, credible news from Hong Kong, suggests visiting the Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau), the ancient quarter, and lanterns in Hoi An.

Hoi An market is described as a symphony of sounds, colours, and smells.

Hoi An is on the coast of Quang Nam province. It used to be an international trading port in the 15th century that is well preserved and was recognized as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 1999.

The architecture there is considered to be charming and attractive to visitors.

There are many ancient houses in Hoi An open to the public, several of which are owned by the descendants of the merchants building the houses.

Tan Ky ancient house is an example of them. It was built two centuries ago, not far from the Japanese Covered Bridge, and passed through 7 generations.

Visitors can find Japanese and Chinese architectural styles inside the house.


Project on Japanese Covered Bridge restoration started


(QNO) - The ground-breaking ceremony of the project on the Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau) restoration in Hoi An city was organised by the Hoi An city People’s Committee (Quang Nam province) on December 28.

Book about the Japanese Covered Bridge


(QNO) - A book about the Japanese Covered Bridge (Chua Cau) has just been published by the Hoi An Center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, with the financial support from the Sumitomo Foundation – Japan.