Hoi An is a famous tourist attraction and filming in Hoi An appears in reowned Netflix movie “A tourist’s guide to love”. The movie was filmed at Hoi An, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh city, Hanoi and Ha Giang. The movie was produced with support from Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
But Hoi An has more than to offer that just the scenes in that movie.
Famous filming locations in Hoi An
- Japanese bridge
Currently under renovation, however, Japanese-covered bridge is usually a key location to film in Hoi An.
- Hoai River
The river run along Hoi An town and has a lot of boats to serve tourism purposes
- Bay Mau coconut forest
Bay Mau coconut forest is the location where the bamboo/basket boat rides and performance happens
- Hoi An ancient town
A beautiful town with a lot of tiled roof houses not taller than 2 floors, Hoi An ancient town offer a feeling and impression like no other.
- Hoi An market
A typical market selling a lot of food stuff, clothes, house supplies, but also souvenirs and gifts for tourists, Hoi An market offers an interesting atmosphere.
Nearby Hoi An
- My Son sanctuary
Although not being located in Hoi An, My Son sanctuary is being affiliated with Hoi An due to both are at Quang Nam province.
No longer producing bricks due to the market and demand changes, doesn’t mean that an old brick kiln would be neglected or destroyed for other purposes. Here in Quang Nam, Vietnam, an old brick kiln was converted into a tourist attraction.
A coffee shop was built nearby the old brick kiln to create a rest stop and to sell drinks, snacks and delicacies instead of collecting tickets. Then a wooden pathway was built to connect the coffee shop with the old brick kiln.
A lot of filming crews, production companies usually plan to film at both Hoi An and Da Nang, as they’re nearby each other and easily to travel. Read here about filming in Da Nang.