The Hanoitimes - Foreign visitors loved Hoi An, because this place so picturesque and beautiful, the food was amazing very tasty.
The video of foreigners tourist about Hoi An.
The first thing that strikes visitors upon arriving in Hoi An is the feeling of returning to the 16th century because of its ancient architecture, peacefulness and hospitality. There are no horns. Motorbikes are banned from 9a.m to 11a.m, from 3p.m to 10p.m. This makes the city more peaceful and beautiful at meal time.
Mr. Benn Tkalcevic a tourist from Australia thinks Hoi An is most beautiful in the morning: “I like walking around the town in the early morning when the street is not crowded. I like to see people opening their shops. It’s the best moment for me”.
The Japanese Covered Bridge in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Benn group spent 4 days in Hoi An, they loved it so picturesque and beautiful, the food was amazing very tasty. Mr Benn said, Vietnamese people are very kind and friendly, lovely pieceful people. “I have been to 5 places, Hanoi. Hai Phong, Da Nang, Ninh Binh and Hoi An”.
Benn recent Vietnam Travel video of Hoi An, touched the hearts of many locals within Vietnam, and was featured on Vietnam News and in their papers. This video is said to help boom tourism revenue of the many locals within the town of Hoi An, and showed them a different perspective of their country they had not seen before.
Foreign visitors impressed with Hoi An.
If Hoi An is fairly quiet during the day, in the evening, it comes alive and sparkles in the lights of lanterns. Tourists usually prefer Hoi An at night. Mr. Benn Tkalcevic said: “It’s very pretty and calm. At night, Hoi An is quite different. The streets are lit by the light of candles and lanterns. It is absolutely beautiful”.
Every street corner and house is decorated with colorful lanterns made by the local people. Walking along the small lanes, listening to the sounds of wooden windchimes, melodious music on the street corners, and chanting on the Hoai river, visitors grow more and more enamored with Hoi An.