The Central Coast

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  • 1. Japanese Covered Bridge

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    On the west end of Tran Phu, Hoi An's most celebrated icon was built in 1593 by Japanese merchants to connect the Japanese quarter with the...Read More

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  • 2. Old House of Tan Ky

    Historic Home

    One of the oldest and best-preserved private houses in Hoi An, this structure has remained largely unchanged in the 200 years since it was built...Read More

  • 3. The Citadel


    If there is only one site you visit in Hue, make sure this is it. Constructed in 1804 under the rule of Emperor Gia Long, this fortress is sheltered...Read More

  • 4. Tomb of Tu Duc

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    The Tomb of Tu Duc, one of Hue's most visited tombs, has its own lake and pine forest, and is easily accessed by bike. Built in 1864–67 by thousands...Read More

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  • 5. Cot Co (Citadel Flag Tower)

    Notable Building

    This 120-foot structure, Vietnam's tallest flagpole, is one of the symbols of Hue. It was originally built in 1807 to serve as the Imperial...Read More

  • 6. Hoi An Ancient Town Entrance Ticket

    Visitor Center

    Every person over the age of 16 (children go free) is required to buy a ticket to enter Old Town, unless you are simply shopping, though each...Read More

  • 7. Museum of Trade Ceramics

    Historic Home

    The ancient Diep Dong Nguyen House has been converted into a small museum dedicated to the history of ceramics in Hoi An. The collection includes...Read More

  • 8. My Son Sanctuary


    About 70 km (43 miles) southwest of Danang, or 45 km (28 miles) due west of Hoi An, are the My Son Cham ruins: former temples and towers dedicated...Read More

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  • 9. Nine Dynastic Urns


    Each of these urns, weighing approximately 5,000 pounds and cast in 1835, is dedicated to a ruler of the Nguyen dynasty. The central urn, the...Read More

  • 10. Quang Thang House

    Historic Home

    One of Hoi An's ancient family homes, Quang Thang was built about 300 years ago by the current owners' Chinese ancestors. This house has some...Read More

  • 11. Thanh Toan Bridge


    Resembling Hoi An's Japanese Bridge, this covered walkway was built in 1776 as a shrine to the local Tran Thi Dao, who bequeathed her life savings...Read More

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  • 12. Tomb of Dong Khanh

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Dong Khanh was a despised puppet emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty who died during the French rule at the age of 24. This tomb complex, originally...Read More

  • 13. Tomb of Duc Duc

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This partially renovated tomb has a story that beats any soap opera. It begins with the death of Emperor Tu Duc in 1883, when Duc Duc (one of...Read More

  • 14. Vinh Moc Tunnels


    Local villagers built the 2-km-long (1½-mile-long) Vinh Moc Tunnels during the early 1960s to escape American bombing. The tunnels were later...Read More

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