We've got to highlight the remarkable Anantara Hoi An Resort chosen by a client with the help of one of our Asia specialist, Maggie.
On the banks of the Thu Bon River and just a stroll away from the historic port town of Hoi An, Anantara is the perfect getaway for a cultural Vietnam holiday.
This boutique, lantern-lit retreat has colonial, period character with French, Dutch, Chinese, and Japanese influences, which beautifully reflect Hoi An’s diverse and rich cultural history. Read more about the Cultural Holidays and Festivals of Asia.
This includes Tet (Vietnamese New Year). Tet usually falls between late January and mid-February and celebrations last up to six days. It is an occasion for Vietnamese to express their respect and remembrance for their ancestors, as well as welcoming the New Year with beloved family members.
As part of the celebrations, you can expect to see parades in towns and cities through Vietnam and people in the streets trying to make as much noise as possible using firecrackers, drums, bells and gongs to ward off evil spirits.
Read more about the 15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Vietnam.