Things to Do in Quang Nam Province

Things to Do in Quang Nam Province, Vietnam - Quang Nam Province Attractions

Things to Do in Quang Nam Province

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  • Rodney S
    Phuket, Thailand20 contributions
    The ambiance here is just incredible. We are so lucky to visit here when a good percentage of the world is still under travel restrictions. A foodie haven as well.
    Written May 25, 2022
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  • Macey R
    1 contribution
    Stall number 33 had some great items and I bought a lovely ring. They were super helpful and not pushy when it came to selling. I got it for a reasonable price too. Definitely a stall to head to in the market :)
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Raymondale
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia750 contributions
    last year i watched Palao show at this center,it was produced by Lune production. the venue is special designed,remind me of the moon shape.it was interesting,cuz i watched the show on the full moon day(mid-Autumn festival).the show is interesting,it weaved Cham rituals,legends,philosophies into contemporary dance.staffs there friendly and nice,they provided drinks for us. worth a visit.
    Written August 31, 2020
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  • lesley j
    Chester-le-Street, UK56 contributions
    Spent pleasant days here, not too busy with the option of different types of bars and restaurants at the rear. A few shops off the beach where you can pick up drinks and beach items if you don’t want to use the bars with facilities.
    Written May 4, 2020
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  • Huy Ong
    13 contributions
    The Precious Heritage Art Gallery and Cultural Museum where as a first step in, you have to Wowww when you see the portraits, traditional costumes, and stories presenting the diverse cultures of Vietnam's ethnic groups. The Precious Heritage Museum is the culmination of The Precious Heritage Project, a photographic endeavour undertaken over a decade by the French photographer Réhahn. I bought around ten postcards and send it to Canada and the US at Hoi An Post Office, my friends received it after 6 weeks and they all love it.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • Linda B
    Raleigh, NC2,210 contributions
    Not your typical tourist spot. You actually can do so much here. You learn how the vegetables are farmed. We walked through the garden area and had a wonderful lunch that began with a foot massage and then a neck message. Of course it was followed by a delicious meal which included these veggies! We didn't do the "full on" village experience and wish we had had the time.
    Written May 15, 2020
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  • Anna L
    Brantford, Canada127 contributions
    This is accessible from Hoi An and Da Nang although closer to Da Nang. My best advice is to get here as early as you can - it's really warm and humid and there is not a lot of shade.
    They have a shuttle to take you from the main entrance up to the site but there is still a fair amount of walking to be done which is not difficult - just in the heat, it could be more challenging.
    While nothing like Angkor, it is worth seeing! We had a guide with us so we were able to learn about the history but without a guide, there isn't much information at the actual ruins but there is a very good visitor centre before you reach the ruins and that is where you will find a layout of the area and a history.
    You only need a couple of hours here - that should be plenty of time to get to the visitor centre, and walk around the ruins.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • Kim
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam2,102 contributions
    The location was really far from Da Nang (arround 50km) but should go to visit. Every house's wall is every mural such as: animals, people is working, flowers... really nice!
    Written December 16, 2020
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  • janaprevidi
    Santa Cruz do Sul, RS1,053 contributions
    Jack's Cafe is a great place to relax in Hoi An. They are doing an amazing work with rescued cats, and they need support to do it. So, they runs this cafe. You can go there and have a couple of beers or juices, have a delicious vegetarian food and play with the cats. Is so good! For animal's lovers this is a must to do.
    Written September 24, 2021
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  • chipsmiths
    Surrey, UK140 contributions
    a beautiful little temple in the heart of the city, so interesting and so beautiful, don't miss it, its gorgeous
    Written April 15, 2020
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  • maryyeo
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1,614 contributions
    VinWonders: Nam Hoi An VS Phu Quoc?

    Been to both, and thought both were awesome in different ways, namely:

    1. SAFARIS:
    Phu Quoc – larger with more animals. Besides the safari, you can walk around the zoo too.
    Nam Hoi An – more relaxing because all the walking was replaced by a 15-minute leisurely boat ride.
    Both feature feeding of giraffes and elephants, but at VP Nam Hoi An it was better integrated in the flow as part of the boat trip, stopping at each elevated sheltered platforms – one for giraffes/antelopes and the other for elephants. We also felt the staff here were friendlier and interacted well with both kids and the animals they were caring for.

    2. THEME PARKS AND CULTURAL AREAS:
    Phu Quoc – they’ve a much larger theme park made up of several themed worlds e.g. Egyptian, Red Indians, Cowboys, Pirates, Fairy tales, etc.
    Nam Hoi An – what it lacks in its size of its theme park, was made up for with its proximity to and hence its own version of the Hoi An UNESCO World Heritage Site – therefore it had more cultural-themed activities (e.g. pottery, silk weaving, paper making, calligraphy, ancient houses) which VP Phu Quoc doesn’t have.

    3. WATER PARKS:
    Phu Quoc – with two water parks, one of them just right beside the beach and 100 metres from the their main hotel, VinOasis, it is a lot more convenient for hotel guests to enjoy.
    Nam Hoi An – doesn’t have a water park near the hotel nor the beach, but only one within VinWonders.

    4. SOFT PLAYGROUND AND ARCADE GAMES:
    Nam Hoi An – wins hands-down in this area: their soft playground is half a football field and comparable to those paid playgrounds in the cities. Even better, they were clever to combine the soft playground (for those 0-3 years old) with the arcade games into one giant indoor hall, with plenty of café seats in the middle. The café is also the ONLY F&B option in the park during lull season. Clever to let parents rest while their kids roam safely in this indoor open hall.
    Phu Quoc – their indoor soft playground in the Egyptian themed hall is plainer, but may interest slightly older kids who likes to play indoor rock climbing or the projector art play like those of TeamLab’s. Arcade games were in a different building.

    5. FOOD:
    Phu Quoc – more fast food eateries such as Lotteria, Burger King, Korean BBQ, etc.
    Nam Hoi An – large food court with various cuisines BUT it ain’t open during off-peak.

    Overall, VinWonders Nam Hoi An is more relaxing and classier. VinWonders Phu Quoc is probably more thrilling.
    Written April 1, 2021
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  • omega132857
    Chichester, UK1,786 contributions
    Don't you just love a street market. We arrived at our Hotel, booked in and all that. Then we decided to go for a stroll. Just a few yards from our Hotel there was the market. Very colourful, very vibrant, and wonderfull smells to take in. You can look at all the stalls, my main interest is of course, the food one's. It really is a good market with lots to see and there are plenty of places to eat, if you are not fond of street food, so do not worry, just enjoy.
    Written August 14, 2020
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  • Dirk W
    Alexandra Headland, Australia5,107 contributions
    This is a very iconic site, linking 2 parts of Hoi An's ancient town. I am a little confused, because on one occasion we were asked to buy a ticket to cross it, the next times not.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • LuizDutraNeto
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,613 contributions
    "Cua Dai" used to be one of the most beautiful beaches near Hôi An, with soft sand and blue warm waters. It is still beautiful, but has been suffering from erosion, which reduced severely the sand stretch at certain points. Anyway, after a day sightseeing around Hôi An and nearby attractions, allow yourself a quick dip and moments of relaxation on "Cua Dai Beach". Enjoy!
    Written November 27, 2020
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  • Raymondale
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia750 contributions
    visited here twice last year september when i travlled to HoiAn.this market incldued open air stalls and indoors market. heard that the food inside the market is great, so i tried a food stall,stall no is E050,Ms Gai stall.i ordered the famous cau lau noodle and white rose.also avocado juice. all were delicious, they have veggie menu too. there are many food stalls selling same food,so just have a try here, you wont regret. another day i came here for clothes and souvenirs.i visited two stalls,first i bought a small lantern,and some embroidered items,like small drawstring bags.another stall,i bought two shirts and a short. the shirts are printed in bamboo.but after washing, the colour a bit faded,so quality not good.also,even i try hard to bargain,the price still higher,not cheap.so only suggest you trying the food here,if want to buy souvenirs or clothes,go to any shops outside the market.
    Written August 31, 2020
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