MiKi Chef Journey in Hoi An, Vietnam

Hội An is a place where the bold march of progress peters into a leisurely amble. In this one-time trading port, the Thu Bồn River meanders past crumbling shop houses and weathered pagodas, while sampans come and go from the old ferry quay. Outside the Old Town, two-lane roads slice through waving rice fields and emerge at a frothy coastline. Stay a couple of days, and Hội An’s easygoing beauty and lantern-lit nights may leave you hopelessly beguiled.
My Journey at The Pearl Hoi An during Tet
Art hand Embroidery
The Best way for visiting Hoi An
Best wishes for new year
Great relaxing in Pearl HoiAn Resort

You want to know what you Must Do in Hoi An … have a look at http://www.vietnam-guide.com/hoi-an/ Join MiKi Join in at 11:30 today or watch the replay on https://www.facebook.com/mustseeinvietnam/ or https://www.facebook.com/ChoPhienMiki or visit No 1 Vietnam Travellers Podcast website ❤️

LONELY PLANET has described well what MiKi CHef loves in Hoi An : The face of the Old Town has preserved its incredible legacy of tottering Japanese merchant houses, Chinese temples and ancient tea warehouses – though, of course, residents and rice fields have been gradually replaced by tourist businesses. Lounge bars, boutique hotels, travel agents and a glut of tailor shops are very much part of the scene here. And yet, down by the market and over on Cam Nam Island, you’ll find life has changed little. Travel a few kilometres further – you’ll find some superb bicycle, motorbike and boat trips – and some of central Vietnam’s most enticingly laid-back scenery and beaches are within easy reach. https://www.lonelyplanet.com/vietnam/central-vietnam/hoi-an

However, join me on my Live Stream today … I will tell you what to eat in Hoi An … MiKi Chef Cheers🍻

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