From the moment you enter the city, the mystique of an secluded ancient town isolated from the modern world will take your feeling back to the old countryside society of Vietnam. Lying on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Quang Nam province (in the South Central Coast of Vietnam), Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. No fluorescent lights, no motorcycles, no television, on the 15th day of each lunar month, the riverside town of Hoi An gives modern life the night off. Strolling through the lantern-lit streets is like walking into a fairytale. It is all the more picturesque since motor vehicles are banned from Hoi An Old Quarter. On Trai Phu Street, stop at the beautifully preserved Faifo Restaurant to sample some traditional Chinese-style pastries. Or walk on to the Treated Caf6, where bamboo baskets, commonly used to wash rice, have been transformed into unique lanterns. These basket lamps are but one example of peoples creativity as they experiment with new shapes and materials, including lights made from hollow bamboo tubes. The 15th day of the lunar month is a Buddhist day of worship. Residents place offerings of food and incense on their ancestral altars and visit one of Hoi An many pagodas. The scent of incense and the sounds of people singing add to the towns enchanted atmosphere. On these evenings, visitors will get a rare glimpse into another era. These nights are a welcome reminder of life unexpected beauty Tourists can visit the relics of the Sa Huynh and Cham cultures. They can also enjoy the beautiful scenery of the romantic Hoi An River, Cua Dai Beach, and Cham Island. Hotel in hoi an Vietnam is rather good with modern facilities and services. You can find a wide range of hotels here, from Cheap hotels hoi an to luxurious ones.