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    Generally speaking, Viet Nam is not the place to go to see well-preserved examples of ancient Asian architecture. The local government have a notable tendency to simply concrete over much of their heritage, with one notable exception: Hoi An.

    As an international trading port dating back four centuries, the city’s ornate, atmospheric Old Town (now a UNESCO World Heritage sight) is home to a hefty Chinese influence, one that still prevails today in the array of pro-Communist propaganda and ample lantern stalls. The Japanese have left their mark, too, with the covered bridge, an ornate stone construction that’s fast become the image of Hoi An. There are a host of museums explaining the city’s colorful history – each is accessed by buying a set of tourist ‘coupons’ to hand over at the gate – while many visitors content themselves with simply admiring the more ornate city-centre buildings.

    Aside from the historic centre, many locals in Hoi An have quickly cottoned on to the tourist trade, with plenty of the more standard Asian staples touted on the streets. You can learn to cook the local cuisine, hire a jet ski off the coast, learn to fish or take an eco-minded tour looking at the everyday lifestyle of the people of Hoi An. The city has beaches, too, though you’ll have to head out of town to find them, and while the historic side of Hoi An is impressive, the beaches struggle to compete with other parts of the country.

    The local cuisine - served in market stalls and rustic street-side restaurants – is every bit the affordable, taste bud tingling and healthy selection you’ve probably come to know and love back home, while the nightlife scene is extremely tourist-focused, but lively nevertheless.

    Hoi An’s worth of factoring in to a Vietnamese trip if only to see the historic elements of the country that other cities are quick to bulldoze. It might not be the bustling big city draw of Hanoi of Saigon, or the most attractive beach getaway, but Hoi An has other charms.
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      Generally speaking, Viet Nam is not the place to go to see well-preserved examples of ancient Asian architecture. The local government have a notable tendency to simply concrete over much of their heritage, with one notable exception: Hoi An.

      As an international trading port dating back four centuries, the city’s ornate, atmospheric Old Town (now a UNESCO World Heritage sight) is home to a hefty Chinese influence, one that still prevails today in the array of pro-Communist propaganda and ample lantern stalls. The Japanese have left their mark, too, with the covered bridge, an ornate stone construction that’s fast become the image of Hoi An. There are a host of museums explaining the city’s colorful history – each is accessed by buying a set of tourist ‘coupons’ to hand over at the gate – while many visitors content themselves with simply admiring the more ornate city-centre buildings.

      Aside from the historic centre, many locals in Hoi An have quickly cottoned on to the tourist trade, with plenty of the more standard Asian staples touted on the streets. You can learn to cook the local cuisine, hire a jet ski off the coast, learn to fish or take an eco-minded tour looking at the everyday lifestyle of the people of Hoi An. The city has beaches, too, though you’ll have to head out of town to find them, and while the historic side of Hoi An is impressive, the beaches struggle to compete with other parts of the country.

      The local cuisine - served in market stalls and rustic street-side restaurants – is every bit the affordable, taste bud tingling and healthy selection you’ve probably come to know and love back home, while the nightlife scene is extremely tourist-focused, but lively nevertheless.

      Hoi An’s worth of factoring in to a Vietnamese trip if only to see the historic elements of the country that other cities are quick to bulldoze. It might not be the bustling big city draw of Hanoi of Saigon, or the most attractive beach getaway, but Hoi An has other charms.
      Hội An, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
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    • Da Nang
      Originating from the Cham word "Da Nak", meaning "Opening of Big River", Da Nang is a major port city (Vietnam's fourth largest) located to the South Central Coast of Vietnam, on the coast of the South China Sea. It is 764 km south of Ha Noi and 964 km north of Ho Chi Minh City.

      In 1847, Da nang was invaded by French vessels in response to persecution of Roman Catholic missionaries. Under the direction of Napolean III, French troops landed in August 1858 and began colonial occupation, later renaming the city "Tourane" in French. The city was used as a major American air abse during the Vietnam War. On January 1, 1997, Da Nang was seperated from Quảng Nam province, becoming the fourth municipality of Vietnam. It now has over 1 million habitants in population, mostly consisting of refugees.

      Many remnants were left over from the war in Da Nang, and tourists often give it a pass for Ha Noi's more atospheric environment. Amongst some of the friendliest people around, some of the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam can be found right here.

      Da Nang does not indulge itself in the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City nor the atmosphere of Hanoi, but it does has it's fair share of sights around the city. It can be most closely compared to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue.
      Da Nang, Vietnam

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 20.7 111.2 69.3 43.8
    Feb 21.8 44.1 71.2 17.4
    Mar 23.7 36.3 74.7 14.3
    Apr 25.5 40.7 77.9 16
    May 27.4 76.1 81.3 30
    Jun 28.4 98.8 83.1 38.9
    Jul 28.2 126.4 82.8 49.8
    Aug 27.9 157.7 82.2 62.1
    Sep 26.5 352.8 79.7 138.9
    Oct 25 575.5 77 226.6
    Nov 23.4 409.9 74.1 161.4
    Dec 21.5 242 70.7 95.3

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