Thu Bon River, Hoian
Hoi An is one of the loveliest cities in Vietnam, and in the 16th century it was a trading city a lot of Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and Japanese merchants who came here to sell their goods. The banks of The Thu Bon River is a place of activity: fishermen offering their goods, moored boats full of vegetables or building materials, and plenty of historic architecture.
The river is still the hub of the city and one way of experience city life is to rent a barge that can take you to the mouth of the river. While on the tour you can see how they fish or wash clothes on the bank, and after the tour, you can stop at some of the restaurants to eat and cheap and delicious fish cooked in a banana leaf, a dish called Hong Phuc.