Full moon lantern festival

On the 14th day of every lunar month, the old town of Hoi An switches off its lights and closes to motorised traffic, the old town is transformed by flickering candlelight, multi-colored lanterns and hoards of visitors who’ve come to ...

  • Half Tet

    You can experience half Tet in June, which is far more appealing than its big brother Tet, when V...

  • Mid-Autumn Festival

    Hanoi and Saigon may be steaming ahead when it comes to modern development, but rural Vietnam and...

  • Visiting Hoi An

    From May to July, when the crowds thin, it’s perfect beach weather around Hoi An, with temperatur...

  • History of Hoi An

    Hoi An – once known as Faifo – is a cityon the coast of the South China Sea in the centralpart of...