The riverside of Hoi An Old TownQuang Nam is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Hoi An Old Town and My Son Cham Ruins. Along the coastline of over 30km from Da Nang to Hoi An, there are fine sandy beaches and the blue ocean with world-class luxury resorts. In Paradissa's travel guide for Quang Nam you can find practical information as to what to see, things to do, how to get there, weather and climate, local cuisine... so that your trip to the land is a wonderful experience.

  • From 2nd century A.D through the 13th century, there used to be a kingdom called Champa in the Central and South Central Region of Vietnam. Champa owed its spiritual existence to Indian Hinduism. The remains of the Cham Civilization are still found at My Son Cham Ruins. For most of its existence, My Son was Champa's religious, cultural and political center.

  • The Old Port Town of Hoi An for long has always been among the top highlights for many of the travelers to Vietnam. This is something indescribable about the quaint atmosphere, the old architecture, the amazing friendly and genuine locals, and the sensational local cuisine.

  • Hoi An Vietnam is a riverine town 138 km south of Hue and 30km southeast of Da Nang. Hoi An was once a major international port trading in silk, ceramics, and spices.

  • Quang Nam is in the Central Region of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Da Nang and Hue, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Quang Ngai and Kon Tum, to the south-west by Kon Tum and to the west by Laos. The provincial capital is Tam Ky City.