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Principais recomendações de moradores locais

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Natural Feature
“Gathering 8 large and small islands, Cu Lao Cham is an ideal destination for tourists who love the pristine seascape, diving to admire the colorful coral reefs. In addition, Cu Lao Cham also has historical sites such as ancient Cham wells or Hai Tang ancient pagodas, which are enough to satisfy all tourists' discovering needs.”
  • 25 moradores locais recomendam
Beach Bar
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“Nice place to chill out. Live music on some days in the evenings. Relaxing place”
  • 27 moradores locais recomendam
Nature
“Famous for the peaceful beauty, no rush, An Bang has reached the top 25 most beautiful beaches of Trip Advisor. Therefore, An Bang is also selected by many Hoi An resorts to build luxury resorts. If traveling to Hoi An is self-sufficient, try consulting the plan of "clearing" the An Bang beach in just one day to enjoy this famous beautiful beach!”
  • 30 moradores locais recomendam
Entertainment
“Ancient Town - Night market Hoi An is a lovely little town on the coast of Vietnam. In the 16th and 17th century it played a major role as a trading port. Japanese, Chinese, Dutch and Indian merchants lived and did their business here, leaving a legacy of historic buildings, colonial architecture and a lovely waterfront. Nowadays the Ancient Town of Hoi An is a living museum and is registered as one of the UNESCO Heritage Sites, attracting a lot of tourists every year. Hoi An is famous for its lanterns and you will find them here everywhere. Waterfront in Hoi An is great for walks at any time of a day. At Central Market you can observe the local life.”
  • 26 moradores locais recomendam
Landmark
“The bridge was opened by Nguyen Phuc Chu Lord in 1719 who carved three Chinese symbols above the door in commemoration. The bridge also features the sculptures of two dogs and two monkeys representing the Chinese years in which many Japanese Emperors were born along with the fact that the building of the bridge began in the year of the dog and was completed in the year of the monkey. The Japanese Covered Bridge underwent renovation work in 1986 which saw the restoration of the arch that was once flattened to make way for cars. Today, the bridge stands as a symbol of Hoi An and remains as aesthetically pleasing as it was when it first opened.”
  • 15 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante vietnamita
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“Morning Glory Restaurant serves an array of Central Vietnamese street food and traditional dishes in a stylish setting. The restaurant occupies a refurbished colonial building along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, featuring an open kitchen downstairs and a breezy terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town. Highly recommended Hoi An dishes include the seafood mi quang noodles, claypot fish in caramel sauce, and pork-stuffed squid. Morning Glory is also a good dining option for vegetarians – try the stir-fried baby celery and beansprouts, vegetable curry soup, and crunchy tofu coated in young sticky rice.”
  • 14 moradores locais recomendam
Sanduicheria
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“As a "national" dish of Vietnam, Hoi An bread is still very much sought after in all shared Hoi An travel experiences. A loaf of "full" bread with char siu, grilled meat, pork rolls, pate and homemade butter sauce, pickles ... will be enough to appeal to anyone, whether you are a believer of this dish or not. .”
  • 19 moradores locais recomendam
Place to eat
“The best place for tailoring clothes in Hoi An. Say you're from Sand Dune to get 5% discount.”
  • 9 moradores locais recomendam
Entertainment
“This museum has over 400 exhibits revealing the pivotal role the town played in the pottery and ceramics industry.”
  • 5 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“It's a small family run restaurant and the lovely owners serve fresh, delicious and authentic Vietnamese cuisine for small prices. It's good for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can't be wrong coming here. Food-Tip: Pumpkin with Peanuts and Eggplant in Coconut Sauce. Yummy!”
  • 8 moradores locais recomendam
Place to shop
“Located near the ancient town of Hoi An is the Hoi An Market, which focuses on trading all kinds of goods and daily necessities of the people of Hoi An. If you want to cook your own food or buy fruits to eat and party at the Villa that you spend the night with, you can come to this market. We have shuttle service if you want we will book a car for you”
  • 6 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“Right in the middle of the old town of Hoi An, a relaxed ambience, more sophisticated drinks, rather no backpacker audience, quite the opposite. ”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“A place for those who like to lie down on the beach with a true coffee taste.”
  • 10 moradores locais recomendam
Lodging
“A beautiful and tranquil resort located in the peaceful Tra Que vegetable village. Our guests usually stay there and never want to leave”
  • 8 moradores locais recomendam
Entertainment
“Very beatiful and good preserved old house has always been a " not to be miss" place for visitors since the 1980s”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Entertainment
“The exhibits include jewelry, weapons and tools, and relics from funerary rituals, including dozens of huge burial jars.”
  • 3 moradores locais recomendam

Os melhores restaurantes

Restaurante vietnamita
“Morning Glory Restaurant serves an array of Central Vietnamese street food and traditional dishes in a stylish setting. The restaurant occupies a refurbished colonial building along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, featuring an open kitchen downstairs and a breezy terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town. Highly recommended Hoi An dishes include the seafood mi quang noodles, claypot fish in caramel sauce, and pork-stuffed squid. Morning Glory is also a good dining option for vegetarians – try the stir-fried baby celery and beansprouts, vegetable curry soup, and crunchy tofu coated in young sticky rice.”
  • 14 moradores locais recomendam
Sanduicheria
“As a "national" dish of Vietnam, Hoi An bread is still very much sought after in all shared Hoi An travel experiences. A loaf of "full" bread with char siu, grilled meat, pork rolls, pate and homemade butter sauce, pickles ... will be enough to appeal to anyone, whether you are a believer of this dish or not. .”
  • 19 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“It's a small family run restaurant and the lovely owners serve fresh, delicious and authentic Vietnamese cuisine for small prices. It's good for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can't be wrong coming here. Food-Tip: Pumpkin with Peanuts and Eggplant in Coconut Sauce. Yummy!”
  • 8 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Crispy baguette and fantastic pate. One of the best Banh Mi places in Hoi An.”
  • 10 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“One of the best food experiences in Hoi An is some hearty Vietnamese dishes out of the fresh ingredients picked from a nearby gardens. Baby mustard is located down a dusty path, surrounded by picturesque herb gardens.”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Definitely one of our favorite restaurants in town. Authentic delicious North & South Indian food. Also available for delivery! ”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Beautiful, relaxing restaurant and bar. Nice during all days. Very friendly staffs. There is live music some days in the evenings. Should check their live music program on facebook.”
  • 8 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Just in case you are craving for western food, this is the place to go to. Gordon the owner really built a hotspot for the expat community in Hoi An, making his own bread, meat and cheese. It's pricy, yes, but the food is damn good. ”
  • 7 moradores locais recomendam

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