Travel south-east from Da Nang city by car/bus for about half an hour, and you'll find this very lovely town called Hoi An. Hoi An was my favourite part of the whole trip. Every corner and street of this little town has so much character and charm. If you enjoy street food, old architecture, wandering and finding quiet alleyways , then Hoi An is the perfect place to visit. I wish I stayed longer - I only spent a night there. If you really want to absorb the culture and see all there is to see, then I'd say 3-5 days would be just nice.
If you love French cuisine, and looking for somewhere fancy to dine at, then you should give Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort a try. We went there for dinner, and boy, did I sure stuff my face.. I didn't manage to take all the photos of what they served - lighting wasn't helping and mostly because I was so excited to eat … heh. But if you ever do get the chance to go, please oh please try the Banana Chocolate Crepes - heavenly.
However, my love for street food will always prevail. Can't get enough of my favourite Vietnamese dish: Pho Bo (second picture below)
Before I end, just wanna congratulate AirAsia on re-opening the route Kuala Lumpur to Da Nang and for being the only airline that connects KL to Da Nang which operates 4x weekly - every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Thank you so much Air Asia, for the opportunity to visit Da Nang and to be a part of the Air Asia Bloggers Community. I had the best time with the friendliest people. My heart is overwhelmed and very grateful.