One day, if you visit the “the world cultural heritage”-Hoi An and do not know what to do, you can see some following hints to feel more deeply about life and people here. The best way to discover Hoi An, however, is to simply wander. Little more than a maze of a few streets, there are temples, museums and preserved houses to visit; yet with some 850 buildings heritage-protected, the best feel for the town comes from the places which are free to all. In hidden nooks and crannies are art galleries, cafes, gastronomic gems, ceramics for sale, shops filled with lanterns and, of course, the silk for which the town is famed. There are woodworkers and carvers, artists at work, craft shops. Hoi An walking tour has more and more interesting things that you must discover.
1.Hoi An by night
It is s simple experience. You just go out the street and see the old houses, the colorful street with lanterns at night. You will imagine you lost in the conviviality of the light, a picture combines with ancient architecture with rustic and excitement of modern life. Perhaps the most beautiful place is Hoai River, where has the sparkling streaks on the water. Even, Hoi An is more beautiful when no tourists and restaurants, then it come back to really ancient city .
Hoi An by night
Across the river, the old town wavered in the storm. I could still see a few lanterns on the river. The lanterns of the town flicked, and it seemed as if the old town of Hoi An was floating away, back to a forgotten time.
Besides, there is one more beautiful place that you should consider- Thu Bon River. The paper lantern floated down the Thu Bon River, a soft light against the darkness. Dozens of others, red and yellow and blue, orange, purple and every combination of colour imaginable, danced along the current. All of them will make you feel more comfortable and excited with their beauty.
2.Drop the flower lights- a new experience that only walking tour in Hoi An.
In addition, still in this evening, besides observing, you can soak up the decorations for the party and the light on the waterfront. A pleasant experience that many tourists like to do is dropping flower lights on Hoai River. Your hands will drop some small twinkling lights down the river . Alos, you can hope the lights will bring good luck to your family.
3. Coffee in Hoi An
Hoi An has two cafes which are crowded in the morning: Mrs.Thao coffee shop. Guests coming here are mostly young people. Across the bridge is the coffee shop for middle-aged people. Sitting at both coffee shops, you can see Hoai river bank, and a scene of trawling and An Hoi streets. Fresh morning before banning motor vehicles, drinking a cup of coffee after eating Phuong bread is a gentle way to start your day in the Ancient Town. Also, in Hoi An, there is a special tea room serving for the deaf. This tea room- Reaching Out is at 131 Tran Phu. Coming to here, you will be enjoy the gentle, quiet air it is great for drinking a cup of hot coffee and reading a pocket book.
In a word, Hoi An walking tour doesn’t not only have these things. There are more and more wonderful things that we will be explored in part 2 . Let’s wait and see what great things we bring to you!0