Hoi An Photo Tour — A Journey Through Vietnam’s Most Picturesque Town

Pho­to Tour of Hoi An. Old Town, the coun­try­side and peo­ple of Hoi An. An image gallery by 360nomad and Hoi An 360.

Hoi An Photo Tour — FAQs

Every­thing you need to know about doing a Hoi An Pho­to Tour. From Old Town Hoi An to the pho­to tours and work­shops explor­ing the coun­try­side and meet­ing the peo­ple, you can find it here!

Vietnam’s Golden Bridge — The Hands of God

In Ba Na Hills, high above Da Nang in cen­tral Viet­nam, a Gold­en Bridge is sus­pend­ed above the tree­tops by two enor­mous hands, the hands of God. The…

10 Best Instagram Spots in Hội An Old Town

The beau­ti­ful yel­low walls of Hội An are enough to keep any­one busy tak­ing pic­tures for hours, wan­der­ing through the streets and alleys that glow…

The Ancient Rock Carvings of Po Toi Island

Not much is known about Hong Kong’s ancient rock carv­ings, scat­tered amongst the islands, 8 in total have been found. They have been esti­mat­ed to be from the Bronze Age, which for Hong Kong is about 3,000 years ago.

Da Nang Attractions — The Less Known

An 800-year-old tree, the left eye of God, an aban­doned US Air Base. For those that have seen the main Da Nang Attrac­tions or are just look­ing for…

Saigon’s Dog Cafes

I had to find some­thing about the city I loved, and I did. The dog and cat cafes of Saigon. They soon became my go-to places to escape from the streets. Here is a list of the dog cafes of Saigon.

The Three Most Important Rules In Photography

Every good or great pho­to has these three rules in com­mon. Three rules to use as a guide­line in your pho­tog­ra­phy. Next time you take a pic­ture, think about these points and imme­di­ate­ly begin to see an improve­ment.

Chien Dan Cham Temples

Under an omi­nous sky and set­ting sun, I pull off the high­way. Just a few hun­dred feet away three tow­ers come into view. Old and over­grown, grass and…
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Hey I’m Alden. I’ve been trav­el­ling the world con­tin­u­ous­ly since May, 2016. I start­ed in Europe and in the past year have been explor­ing Asia. Fol­low me on my next adven­ture -

Rid­ing a motor­cy­cle across Viet­nam.

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