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Exploring Hoi An’s arts and crafts scene
Located where the Thu Bon river meets the sea, Hoi An was one of Asia’s premier trading ports for much of its history, and artisans from all over Vietnam migrated here. Single-craft villages were established nearby to supply international trade as well as the town itself.
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Noodles, clams and wonton debauchery: six must-try dishes in Hoi An
Hoi An is a town unlike any other in Vietnam. Once the commercial capital of the Champa Empire, a seafaring people who ruled over Vietnam’s central coast, it became a busy port city between the 16th and 18th centuries.
"Made in Vietnam: souvenirs from Ho Chi Minh City that you’ll actually use" article image
Made in Vietnam: souvenirs from Ho Chi Minh City that you’ll actually use
All too often visitors to Vietnam find themselves saddled with cumbersome souvenirs in the form of conical hats that don’t survive the overhead bins, colorful ao dai (national dress) tunics difficult to wear back home or bottles of pungent nuoc mam (fish sauce) quarantined in the back of the kitchen cabinet. For souvenirs that are both beautiful and practical, here’s our shopping guide to products inspired by Vietnam that you’ll actually use long after your trip to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
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