Hoi An is a pretty idyllic UNESCO town. Charmingly framed with pink bougainvillea, yellow Alamanda at the UNESCO site. Cafes, happy faces, affordable light snacks. The main activities are centred around tourism. To enter the town, you need to buy a pass which you need to carry around you in case someone asks.
With the beautiful bougainvillea, you absolutely forget the rundown Chinese buildings. My grandmother used to live in one of these quarters in Singapore.
Always inspiring to just have a coffee and pick up gardening.
In tiny pots.
Or just take a walk.
Screened out the noise of motorcycles.