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Walk on one of the most beautiful streets in the world in Hoi An

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Tran Phu Street in Hoi An ancient town (Quang Nam) with a series of heritages and brilliant confetti trees on both sides of the road, has just entered the list of the most beautiful streets in the world.

Tran Phu Street in Hoi An has just been honored as 1 of the 71 most beautiful streets in the world (ranked 45/71) by the prestigious architectural magazine Architectural Digest. According to this prestigious architectural publication, Tran Phu Street in Hoi An is chosen by many tourists to visit for many reasons, but most of them are because they want to see the monthly lantern festival held in this street.


Tran Phu Street is located in the center of Hoi An ancient town, about 1km long and 5m wide. The starting point is at Cau Pagoda and the end point is Hoi An market. In French colonial times, this was the main street of Hoi An and was named Rue du Pont Japonais, meaning Japanese bridge town.


Along Tran Phu street, in front of the ancient porch, people plant paper flowers with many colors. Confetti bloom all year round, making the street always vibrant and an ideal check-in place for visitors.

 

On Tran Phu Street, there is a famous historical site of Hoi An, the Guangdong Assembly Hall. With Chinese-style architecture, this is a place that attracts many visitors to explore when coming to the old town.


In addition, on this road there are many other relics such as Quan Cong Temple, Phuoc Kien Assembly Hall, Five Bang Assembly Hall, Hainan Assembly Hall,... all are on the even-numbered side of the road.


This "heritage path" is not simply a place for visitors to stroll but also a great place to experience.


This place is also a "virtual living paradise" for young people. "This is the 2nd time coming to Hoi An and every time Tran Phu Street has held me the longest. There are many monuments to visit, many food stalls, shopping and a series of beautiful check-in corners," a female tourist shared.


This street is planted with a lot of trees, shading visitors on foot.


After walking the street, visitors can choose Hoi An market located at the end of this street to enjoy the specialties of Hoi Street. On weekends or holidays, Tet, visitors often have to "inch step by step" to be able to visit this route.


When sunset falls, Tran Phu Street is as beautiful as an oil painting, dressed in ancient and contemplative beauty. This route also has many rooftop cafes where visitors can take photos and enjoy the panoramic view of the ancient city that is more than 400 years old from above.


According to VNN


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