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Hoi An

As exquisite as the clothing you'll likely have made for yourself

Hoi An has been discovered. Nice restaurants outnumber street stalls, accomodation is relatively expensive, and there are almost as many tailors as there are tourists roaming the streets. But Hoi An wasn't made a Unesco Wold Heritage Site for nothing. Its winding lanes and riverside location are truly beguiling, and influences from the Chinese, European and Japanese traders that passed through the historic port are evident in its art and architecture; Hoi An doesn't look or feel like anywhere else in Vietnam. The picturesque beach outside town only adds to the allure, making Hoi An a relaxing place to kick back for a few days.

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  • "The best tailor made in Vietnam"Myseft and 6 friends were finding it very hard to pick a tailor as the amount of tailors in Hoi An is incredible. However when we visited Sam it was an easy decision. A small shop but so nice and staff exceeded expextations with there kind, funny and friendly service. They also offer shipping service to most countries which is insured. the suits were of the highest quality and I had no complaints. They were perfect on the first fitting. Price very resonable, especially since there seven of us buying. Many of the best tailor in this city and I highly recommend this tailors. Sam The Tailor (14 Le Loi st.).
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  • Seguendo le strette vie della Città Vecchia, immersi tra abitazioni secolari (influenzate dall’architettura Cinese, Giapponese, Francese ed Europea), non potrete non innamorarvi del fascino di questa cittadina. Alcuni punti di interesse: il Ponte Giapponese coperto (costruito 400 anni fa), le Sale Consiliari Phuc Kien, il mercato locale del pesce … Tutto intorno la città potrete notare gallerie d’arte e artigiani del tessuto, abili maestri nel confezionare abiti su misura. A seguire, escursione in barca (2 ore) sul fiume Thu Bon per godere del meraviglioso panorama naturale ed osservare da vicino la vita dei pescatori di Hoi An.
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  • The famous taylor city in central vietnam.
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