Photoblog: Hoi An

Words can’t really describe how beautiful Hoi An is. The UNESCO World Heritage Site about halfway down the coast of Vietnam is a quaint respite from the country’s busy cities. From the romantic lanterns lighting up the riverside and the preserved history of Old Town to the rice fields and crowded beaches, it’s one of the most photogenic places I’ve ever been to. 

 Many of the buildings in Hoi An are culturally protected, so their aging yellow facades remain intact.
Many of the buildings in Hoi An are culturally protected, so their aging yellow facades remain intact.
 One of the best bahn mi in Vietnam, endorsed by Anthony Bourdain.
One of the best bahn mi in Vietnam, endorsed by Anthony Bourdain.

 Coconut palms found a short bike ride outside of the town of Hoi An.
Coconut palms found a short bike ride outside of the town of Hoi An.

 Hoi An is like stepping into a time capsule.
Hoi An is like stepping into a time capsule.

All shot on iPhone 7.

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