Belonging to the most popular attractions in Hoi An, this beautiful 16th-century bridge is a classic example of Japanese architecture.
Built 200 years ago by a Vietnamese family, this house has been preserved for seven generations.
This temple is dedicated to the Chinese general Quan Cong, who reminds people of sincerity and justice.
The oldest pagoda in Hoi An.
Though the present building was built in 1965, the history of this church dates back a lot further.
If you are interested in handmade products, embroidery, pottery, lanterns and more, this is a place for you.
A piece of history got preserved in this pottery village where you can admire the original work of art of Vietnamese people.