Hoi An - a place back to the past
(QNO) - Hoi An ancient town is among the places for those who love history and want to learn about the past of humanity.
This is announced by The Travel, according to which travelling is not only taking sightseeing but also learning about the past life by visiting museums, well-preserved historical monuments and vestiges.
The Travel describes Hoi An - a UNESCO world cultural heritage recognised in 1999 - as an instance of well-preserved heritage in Southeast Asia.
It is located in the Central coastal province Quang Nam. On the banks of the Thu Bon River, the Hoi An ancient quarter used to be a busy trading port from the 15th to 18th centuries.
Currently, it is attractive to visitors who want to explore ancient wooden houses and small streets.
Besides, Hoi An is considered a good place for walking. The city in the evening is also charming and impressive to visitors. Another thing in Hoi An makes it more attractive to visitors is local food and drinks.
Some other places on the list are Borobudur temple in Indonesia, Colonial Williamsburg Museum in the US, Skansen open-air museum in Sweden.