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*'''Walk around the old town at night'''. The most popular activity to do is actually quite simple; as sundown approaches until 21:30, the old town lights up with lanterns and other lights and attracts window shopping and peaceful evening walks. The majority of activity happens in the old town during this time window when the temperature is cooler, and is a great time to stroll around and explore shops, restaurants, people watch, and simply soak in the beauty of Hoi An. The street lanterns shut down approximately 21:30 and vendors and food stalls follow suit in the following hour. By around 22:30, most vendors, bars, and restaurants are closed with only late night bars and a few food stands remaining.
 
*'''Walk around the old town at night'''. The most popular activity to do is actually quite simple; as sundown approaches until 21:30, the old town lights up with lanterns and other lights and attracts window shopping and peaceful evening walks. The majority of activity happens in the old town during this time window when the temperature is cooler, and is a great time to stroll around and explore shops, restaurants, people watch, and simply soak in the beauty of Hoi An. The street lanterns shut down approximately 21:30 and vendors and food stalls follow suit in the following hour. By around 22:30, most vendors, bars, and restaurants are closed with only late night bars and a few food stands remaining.
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*'''Urban Tales Hoi An''' - A new tour-game activity! 57 Ngo Quyen, Hoi An - Daily departures from 7:30AM to 1PM - Approximate duration of the game: 3 to 4h. Tel: +84 1268 42 22 60 - Halfway between a life-sized investigation, an original city-tour and a treasure hunt, Urban Tales Hoi An invites you to save the old city of Hoi An from the mysterious Malediction of the Jiangshi! By following the trail of a strange ghost and tracking M. Pham’s memories, you will also enjoy an unusual self-guided tour of the old city and its awesome surrounding countryside… You will have to walk and cycle a bit for one part of the game. You will have to meet people and interact with them (they are actor and part of the game!) in order to understand what happened and to lift the curse hanging over the city. Great fun & brilliant scenario! Price per adult: 990.000 vnd, Price per child (from 7 to 11 y-o): 750.000 vnd (it's free for kids under 7 y-o)
  
 
{{infobox|Cua Dai Beach|Please note as of Jan 2016 that Cua Dai is no longer a beach (coastal erosion has largely washed it away and now there is only a shabby sandbag seawall in its place)}}
 
{{infobox|Cua Dai Beach|Please note as of Jan 2016 that Cua Dai is no longer a beach (coastal erosion has largely washed it away and now there is only a shabby sandbag seawall in its place)}}

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