Hoi An: A photo diary

Hoi An is probably the most raved about city in the whole of Vietnam and it is not hard to see why. The city itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its waterfronts and unimposing shophouses – it is undeniably beautiful. The best thing to do in Hoi An is cycle. Cycle through the old town, cycle to the beach, cycle through the rice fields – just get out and cycle.

We were in Hoi An for five wonderful, insanely hot days and yup, you guessed it – we cycled (a lot). For us, Hoi An can be split into three sections. Here are some photos that were taken throughout our stay.

The town

Sunrise riverfront Hoi An

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Hoi An boat ride

Hoi An locals

Reflection in Hoi An

Sunrise Hoi An 1

Japanese covered bridge

Sam and laterns

The countryside

Man on buffalo

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Hoi An sunset

And the beach

Beach front Hoi An

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Hoi An beach

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Have you been to Hoi An? Did you cycle?

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