Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world

, Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world

Maybe you’d choose the white sands and turquoise waters of a deserted tropical beach. Perhaps it’s the lure of iconic cultural cities such as Hoi An of Vietnam, Paris in France, Venice or Istanbul.

Then again, the call of the wild from a safari is a pretty special way to spend time with your beloved.

Wherever you travel, some destinations are evergreen when it comes to romance.

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According to CNN, Vietnam’s Hoi An ancient town ranks among most romantic destinations in the world, where the landscapes and architecture are timeless, the views rightly famous — and the romance for Valentine’s Day or any time of year is guaranteed.

, Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world, Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world

“Hoi An has an undeniably quaint and romantic feel,” the global broadcaster said.

Recognised by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage in 1999, the town is a warren of ancient temples, houses, and shops built around a number of canals.

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Gently-arched pedestrian bridges allow people to wander around hand-in-hand, with hundreds of multi-coloured lanterns swaying overhead in the coastal breeze, CNN added.

, Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world, Vietnam’s Hoi An listed among most romantic destinations in the world

Sitting on a small boat and exploring streets and craft villages along both sides of the Hoai River is an interesting experience for couples.

CNN also recommended the town’s famous dishes, most notably “banh mi” (baguettes) and “Cao Lau” (noodles).

On the top of the list is Maldives, which is followed by Quebec (Canada), Tuscany in Italy and Hawaii, the US.

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