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Hotels in Quang Nam

Hotels in Quang Nam

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Vietnamese.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Quang Nam is the dong.

£10 = 10 beers or 3 meals.

Local Time

7 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Like the rest of Vietnam, the weather in Quang Nam is permanently warm, thanks to its tropical climate. The period between September and January sees a great deal of rainfall, while the driest months are typically from February until July. June and July are relatively quiet in the region, which is ideal if you're planning a lot of sightseeing but hoping to avoid the crowds, be aware it is very hot and humid at this time.
Take a family holiday to Quang Nam and stay in hotels in H?i An. Next to the Thu Bon River, H?i An Ancient Town is a beautiful district, lit up at night by colourful lanterns. It’s an 11-minute drive to An Bang Beach for pure-white sand and paddling. Seven minutes by car takes you to H?i An Impression Theme park, a space for art, music, poetry and performance celebrating Vietnamese culture.Hotels in Chàm Islands, comprising eight islands off the coast of H?i An, are great for sunseekers. Go to Cù Lao Chàm Marine Park to try snorkelling or diving, and Hon Lao Island to wander the fishing villages and sunbathe. Here you can also enjoy the secluded Bai Cong Beach, take boat trips from Bãi Ông Beach and try to spot hawksbill sea turtles on Bãi B?c Beach.The capital city of Quang Nam Province has lots to do for couples looking for culture. Hotels in Tam K? aren’t far from the Vietnam’s Heroic Mother Statue, a huge monument dedicated to mothers who sacrificed their lives for their country. Van Thanh Confucius Temple is a peaceful worship place, while, 20 minutes away, Tam Thanh Community Arts Village is a series of stunning street art.For Vietnamese heritage, hotels in the Duy Xuyên District are the place to be. Head to the M? Son Sanctuary where there is a collection of partially ruined Hindu temples built between the 4th and 14th centuries. Just over an hour by car, the Japanese Covered Bridge is an 18th-century piece of architecture adorned with intricate carvings.

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