Visitors have a lot of options for sight-seeing in Central Vietnam. You must visit the Tan Ky House which was constructed two centuries back by an indigenous Vietnamese family. This spectacular house, surviving seven generations, is extremely well-maintained and reflects elements of Chinese and Japanese architecture on the exterior.
You could also visit the ‘Japanese Covered Bridge’ which is a pretty little bridge and a symbol of Hoi An. Constructed in the 1590s, the bridge is known for its ornamentation. Weathered statues (monkeys and dogs) guard the entrances of the bridge.
Cycling is the ideal way to explore the beautiful Vietnam scenery. A very popular cycling tour starts from Hanoi and goes into the central highlands. It finally ends on the Ho Chi Minh City coast.
For a unique kind of entertainment experience, you could also visit the Dive Bar, quoted as the top bar in Hoi An. The bar has a brilliant vibe with modern electronic tunes playing in the backdrop. You can relax in the lounge-style sofas and have fun at the pool table, cocktail garden or the pub grub.