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As Murrels Inlet is to Myrtle Beach, this place is to Hoi An, but much more authentically so. I took a morning bike ride, (very safe; allow yourself to get lost), and it was before there would be much or any pressure to rent a...More
You need to get here at daybreak as by 7.30-8.00am things will have quietened.The area is very busy with landings and fish auctions before those times.Don't get in the way!There are very few tourists around.I noticed that most of boats are staffed by men but...More
We took an early morning walk through the fishing village, watching the fish being unloaded and sold at the quayside. Not touristy but great to watch people going about their normal life. A real insight into the Vietnamese life.
We walked thru out the village, did some shopping from the gracious people, gifts to take home, watched them working on a boat, awesome how they make the boats! Loved the hand make items you could buy in the little shops, chop stick holders, chains...More
You need to be up bright and early to see this place at its best. Various companies do tours and visits but if you've got a bicycle or moped then follow your nose over the new bridge from Hoi An and take a left at...More
we did a 5am boat ride to the fishing village, walked around the village and then back to our hotel by 7.30am. Yes its an early start but we loved this tour. It had a very authentic feel to the fishing village. fishermen coming in...More