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Hoi An youths helped clean up Cu Lao Cham Travel news

Hoi An youths helped clean up Cu Lao Cham

Hoi An youths helped clean up roads and collect waste and discarded fishing nets along the beach in Cu Lao Cham (Cham Island), which is recognised by UNESCO as the world’s biosphere reserve, and the place where local people have said “No” to nylon bags for two years now. June 21, 2011 hundreds of students [...] Read more >>
Stone crabs project living  Cham Island - Hoi An city Travel news

“Stone” crabs project living Cham Island – Hoi An city

Implemented by the Management Board of the Cham Island Marine Protected Area (MPA), a project aimed at protecting “stone” crabs living in the Cham Island area of Hoi An city, situated in the central province of Quang Nam, has recently been approved by local authorities. Implemented by the Management Board of the Cham Island Marine [...] Read more >>
The construction of the first “terra-cotta cultural park”  in  Hoi An Travel news

The construction of the first “terra-cotta cultural park” in Hoi An

Ho Chi Minh City-based NhaVietCorp started the construction of the first “terra-cotta cultural park”  in  Hoi An with the  expectation to help preserve and promote the traditional culture of Thanh Ha pottery village and to be a good convergence spot for other trade villages nationwide to display their products. Ho Chi Minh City-based NhaVietCorp started [...] Read more >>
Hoi  an opened its first solid waste treatment plant Travel news

Hoi an opened its first solid waste treatment plant

According to the Hoi An Trade and Tourism Bureau, tourism and related activities accounted for more than 70 per cent of the city’s gross domestic product last year. The total number of visitors to Hoi An was about 3.5 million – an average year-on-year increase of 11 per cent between 2006-2010. Hoi An, a World [...] Read more >>
What to do in Hoi An? Travel news

What to do in Hoi An?

Hoi An has a long history of flogging goods to international visitors, and while the port’s no longer in business, the people of Hoi An haven’t lost their commercial edge. The former trading port of Hoi An is a great place to sample some of Vietnam’s culinary delights while updating your wardrobe too. Shopping Hoi [...] Read more >>
Hoi An - an attractive destionation! Travel news

Hoi An – an attractive destionation!

For culture vultures there are a variety of museums, temples and merchant houses that are open for tourists to explore in Hoi An. Let’s be honest, one of the biggest draws of Hoi An is the abundance of tailors. Let’s be honest, one of the biggest draws of Hoi An is the abundance of tailors. [...] Read more >>
Accomodation in Hoi an Travel news

Accomodation in Hoi an

Hoi An ancient town is an Eastern oriental classic captivation. With the strategic location on the banks of the great river, with one seaside border (East), it used to be one of the major trading centers in Southeast. Hoi An is full of hotels ranging in price from US$15 per room per night right through [...] Read more >>
Tailor shops - the attraction of Hoi An Travel news

Tailor shops – the attraction of Hoi An

Hoi An is a shoppers heaven where you can find tailor shops everywhere on the streets. Today, Hoi An is also known as a shopping paradise that attracts tourists towards its wonderful souvenirs, handicrafts, antique pieces, silk materials and art paintings, and so on. Hoi An is a shoppers heaven where you can find tailor [...] Read more >>
Where and when to visit Hoi An Travel news

Where and when to visit Hoi An

Set in a quiet environment, Hoi An is surrounded by peaceful villages, beautiful Thu Bon River and Cua Dai Beach.A former international trading port with its heyday in the 17th to 19th centuries, the cultural influences of the Japanese and Chinese merchants are still evident today in the town’s architecture and the distinctly Chinese atmosphere [...] Read more >>
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