While two days might not be enough to indulge in all Hoi An has to offer, this Hoi An itinerary is designed to ensure you incorporate all the best things to see and do so you don’t miss a thing.
Cao Lao features thicker brown rice noodles with bbq pork slices, pork crackling, lettuce and fresh herbs, finished with a splash of stock – Not soup.
The bridge features intricate carvings, including two dogs and two monkeys symbolic of the Chinese years many Japanese Emperors were born.
Hoi An Old Town Ticket
The ticket system was introduced after the Old Town was granted UNESCO Heritage status to ensure the upkeep and restoration of heritage sites.
The airy, freshly baked French baguette is loaded with shredded vegetables – carrot, cilantro, chili, cucumber, and your choice of meat, pate, or at breakfast time, a simple fried egg.
Like other wet markets in Southeast Asia, you’ll find fresh vegetables, spices, poultry, fruits, fresh fish straight from the dock, and more.
For your final night, hit the Hoi An Night Market for some last-minute shopping and seriously good Vietnamese street food – BBQ sticks and Vietnamese banana pancakes.