The UNESCO heritage site of Hoi An has been witnessing an inbound tourism revival with groups of foreign tourists visiting the ancient town and enjoying its various attractions.

After Vietnam reopened international tourism in mid-March with relaxed travel restrictions, Hoi An welcomed around 8,000 foreign tourists from the U.S., Europe, and South Korea.

American vlogger Rocio Ocampo visited Hoi An last week with her family, went fishing, herded buffaloes, rowed bamboo coracles in the Bay Mau nipa palm forest, and cycled around the Tra Que vegetable village.

“We had the wonderful and energetic experience of cycling through peaceful rice fields, riding buffalos on a shady dirt road, and seeing Gangnam Style performances on a basket boat by locals,” she said.

Another American tourist, Julia M, visited the town with her husband in mid-April and joined the Sabirama Cooking Class that costs VND1.04 million ($45.34) per person.

“This tour was wonderful,” she said.

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