From a high level perspective, Hoi An appears as a charming painting with tile roof covered by moss layer and Thu Bon rivers flowing through the city.
The beauty of Hoi An ancient town
In the ancient town of Hoi An, the highest house with just 3 floors is the place many visitors choose to watch the World Heritage panorama from above. But with the picture collection “Roof tiles of Hoi An” of the photographer Vo Rin, guests can admire panoramic views of Hoi An with completely different angle.
Mr Vo Rin said these photos have been done for several days and are the works he really likes.
These works have also been honored at many prestigious photographic exhibitions such as “Journey heritage” of Heritage.
Much of Hoi An ancient town’s houses with traditional architecture were dated from the 17th to 19th century with 2-3 floors architecture and tile roof.
The ways to visit Hoi An
In addition to features in architecture, what makes Hoi An always win the hearts of visitors is a peaceful atmosphere during the day and not hustle when evening comes.
Guests can choose to go on a boat tour of Thu Bon river besides cycling around the alleys.
Located squeezed through a small creek in the ancient town, Bridge Pagoda (Chua Cau in Vietnamese) is a must-see place in Hoi An. This work was built by Japanese traders in the early 17th century known as the Japanese bridge.
Compared to Bach Dang road, through An Hoi bridge across the river, in Nguyen Phuc Chu road, the space is more spacious, more airy. This is the place where the festivals, games or exhibitions often take place because of the large yard.