Hoi An, Danang Province, Vietnam

Some of my favorite stories always circle back to Hoi An. This sleepy riverside town close to the coast of central Vietnam was one of our most memorable destinations. We spent a gorgeous 7 days and 6 nights in this small town that is famous for many reasons. It is a protected UNESCO site, for it’s uniquely untouched old town architecture that miraculously avoided destruction in the American War (or as we call it, the Vietnam War). Hoi An is also famous for being the town with the highest ratio of tailors to denizens in the world.  The food scene is unimaginably diverse and the quality of life versus price is pretty hard to beat.

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