Hoi An had a great laid back feel especially by the riverside and still has much of its old architecture intact. It’s famous for it’s tailors and we all had a little something made.
We had some great food in Hoi An, especially Cao Lau, a local speciality, of rice noodles, been sprouts, greens, herbs… which is usually served with Pork, but I managed to get a veggie version. The water used should come from the local Ba Le well, which dates back to Cham times. It is usually topped with seasoned croutons, and tastes great once you’ve added some extra lime and chilli.