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Located right next to Thu Bon River, Hoi An was a well-known town named Faifo where used to be a trading area of numerous businessman from Japan, China, Spain and Italy, etc. in 16th, 17th century. At that time, Hoi An had become a prosperous trading port, huge and crowded commercial zone of Southeast Asia and one of the main harbor of merchant ships in the Far-east. Many foreign traders chose this town as a second hometown to settle down then, built houses, temples and pagodas with typical style of their own native land. That mainly created the unique combination of culture and architectures from other countries like Japan or China in Hoi An. After that, due to unexpected events, Hoi An gradually was taken its favorable position from Danang port. However, what a blessing in disguise! Not being urbanized, Hoi An still mostly kept its tiny streets and alleys, tiled roof houses, ancient assembly halls and Cau Bridge, etc. which are famous tourism sites attracting many tourists in nowadays. Visiting Hoi An, tourists can have an opportunity to witness sparkling and fanciful scenery of Lantern Festival associated with traditional handicraft for a thousand year. This festival annually takes place at nights in the middle month based on Lunar Calendar especially Mid- Autumn Festival and 7 nights of Tet Holiday are most monumentally organized. February to May are the best time to visit Hoi An since the weather becomes very favorable with low humidity, moderate temperature, less rain and warm sunshine. Furthermore, on the same occasion, tourists can visit other nearby destinations like Cua Dai Beach, An Bang Beach and Da Nang.

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