Hoi An, Vietnam

The boat and the cloud - Hoi An, Vietnam:

On the Waterfront This well-preserved 15th-century port town made its fortune from trade, but today it’s all about the beaches, from the infamous China Beach to the willow-lined Cua Dai. After some sun worship, couples can wander through the town’s picturesque streets, taking in the buildings of varying architectural styles, cafés, galleries, and silk shops. Check into theNam Hai (villas from $850, including breakfast)—a high-design hotel fronted by a three-quarter-mile stretch of private beach. Executive chef Richard Wilson’s eclectic dishes run the gamut from Vietnamese-style banana leaf-steamed seabass to Canadian scallops with yellow lime—helping to make this one of the most exciting properties around.
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