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Amazing Race is an activity where the participants have chances to play & learn Vietnamese culture & lifestyle in a unique way around Hoi An – a popular UNESCO World Heritage former trading village located in the middle of Vietnam’s sprawling coastline.
With the help of Go Team App – the exclusive product from Catalyst Teambuilding Vietnam, we are sure that participants will receive lots of lessons about teamwork, leadership, etc.
Sites being set in Go Team App with those special culture-exploring activities. If you want to explore the ins and outs of the historical destination, you will have hands full with all sorts of entertainment.
Known as an Old Town:
In the 16th and 17th centuries, Hoi An was a busy trading center. Nowadays, this historic quarter is a mysterious, enchanting streetscape of Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese houses. The streets in Hoi An are uniformly pained mango-yellow. Every night, there are colored, traditional lanterns hung on the streets. The architecture, historic sites, and river life remain completely unscathed, for example – those many famous places like:
Linh Ung Pagoda:
Its famous architecture is worth visiting. Linh Ung literally means “wishes answered miraculously”. Venerable Thich Thien Nguyen, the pagoda’s manager says that in the reign of King Minh Mang, local fishermen discovered a statue of the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy on the beach. After that, a temple dedicated to the goddess was built on the site. Since then, local residents have enjoyed peaceful and prosperous lives.
Marble Mountain (Ngu Hanh Son):
Marble Mountain belongs to Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son, is far about 7 kilometers from Da nang city to the Southeast. Ngu Hanh Son is located on the yellow sand – bank with 2 kilometers length, 800 meters width. The kind of stone in Ngu Hanh Son has various colors and it is the source of sculpture and arts.
Ngu Hanh Son includes 5 mountains: Kim Son (Metal Mountain), Thuy Son (Water Mountain), Moc Son (Wood Mountain), Hoa Son (Fire Mountain) and Tho Son (Earth Mountain). Number No.05 is the important number in orient and 5 mountains contain unique sense.
Trà Quế Vegetable Village:
As being a vegetable village, visitors will find a heaven of vegetable here. Vegetable is considered as one of the main dishes on Vietnamese table in every meal. At this place, with Opearl activities visitors have chances to learn more about kinds of vegetable and its benefits to people’s health.
Besides, there are many activities around Hoi An such as:
Local Market Visit:
Rambutan, mangostene, and papaya are a few of the sweet juicy tropical sold in lively produce markets of Hoi An. Make sure that you visit the markets in Hoi An in the early morning to get the freshest produce.
Look for spices, go to the markets and you will see them in sealed packets and could be brought home as presents. Bot Ngu Vi Huong (Bột Ngũ Vị Hương) (the powder of five aromas) is great for seasoning the meat.
Light and lantern paradise:
Hoi An is a city of lights. At night the streets come alive with many colourful lanterns. And the river is lit up by many little candles floating along. It looks magical. Go for a boat ride and enjoy the view from the water.
Moreover, visitors have chances to visit many lantern shops where you could give a try on lantern-making or buying silk lanterns.
Silk lanterns can be found everywhere in Hoi An. Once upon a time, in the 15th and 16th century when this town used to be Vietnam’s busiest trading port. Some locals will tell you they hang them in front of their homes to bring health, happiness and good luck to their business. And the truth is that lanterns give Hoi An a charming and distinctive character at night. Especially, every month on the night of the full moon, the Lantern Festival takes places.
Color combination masterpiece:
Hoi An is a very colorful city. Originally named Courbert Street during the French times, Phan Boi Chau street is considered the art and culture street in Hoi An. The buildings along this avenue reflect French architectural styles with its shops and houses aligned in rows on a broad street. Look out for details of French architecture such as arches, pillars, balconies and the French-style wooden shutters.
You will be made to stop at every Hoi An’s corner to take pictures.
Moreover, Hoi An is famous for old women with black teeth which is a symbol representing for a part of Hoi An culture and lifestyle.
The city’s charming beauty is blessed by nature and is home to numerous beautiful landscapes and historical relics. This ancient hub wins a place in every visitor’s heart from its stunning coastline to its mango-colored alleyways.
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