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Japanese Bridge

One of the most well-known historical landmarks in the Ancient Town, the Japanese Bridge dates back to the 15th century. After more than 400 years, the covered bridge remains a living proof that Hoi An was once a peaceful gathering place for various communities – ranging from the presence of Japanese to Chinese and indigenous setters.

It is said that the Japanese bridge was built to link two districts of the city which were separated by the Thu Bon River. This displays a pure and graceful architecture that includes a tiled roof, antique porcelain decorations as well as wooden carved details. Nonetheless, the statues at both ends, also known as the protectors of the bridge, are a sacred symbol of the Japanese culture.

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Night Market

The Night Market in Hoi An is a destination famous for its diversity. Graced by the colorful lights of lanterns,…

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Fujian Assembly Hall

Dating back to the 17th century, the Fujian Assembly Hall was designed as a meeting and socializing hub for Chinese…

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Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town is located along the picturesque Thu Bon River. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in…

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