This sleepy Vietnamese town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that features closed streets for easy pedestrian wandering and a picturesque view of yellow buildings making up Old Town along the water. You can find a special type of lantern here developed in the 16th century which line the streets and brighten the mood of this well visited town. Hoi An is also famous for their custom tailors promising garments fit specifically for you. Another favorite here are the Cao Lầu noodles local to this province. The name Hoi An translates to peaceful meeting place and you will be mesmerized by this quaint and charming Vietnamese town situated right along the beaches of an area once known as China Beach by American soldiers in the 1970s.