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We are scheduled to go to Hoi An in 2 weeks for a few days during our trip to southeast asia. I have been seeing all of the reports of the recents storms and the current storm/typhoon Peipah that is supposed to make landfall this weekend.

We can easily re-work our trip to exclude Hoi An if necessary, but would need to do so early next week.

Questions for the experts are:
1) If there is flooding, how quickly do the waters retreat & does the town get "cleaned up"?
2) What would you do if in my shoes? I want honest opinions.

This is our first trip to the region but most likely will not be our last.

Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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