Hội An was our last stop in Vietnam; we stayed there for 5 days.
Former trading port on the silk road, this historic town is now part of Unesco World Heritage Sites. Over the last decades, it has become a very touristic hotspot, with lots to explore.
The historic town is made of pedestrian streets bordered by yellow walls, with many different shops (from tailors to local fast-food), on the border of Thu Bồn river.
Hội An with lights on
Hội An is also famous for its lanterns, a marker of the Chinese influence, decorating almost every corner of the old town.
Surrounded by nature
As I finally gave up trying to convince Mum to ride a motorbike, we went for the greener option during our stay and enjoyed hours of cycling in the countryside, through ricefields and bridges.