Quang Nam is a province located in the central part of Vietnam. It is situated in the South Central Coast region and has a diverse geography, including coastal plains, mountains, and rivers.
One of its most famous attractions is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An Ancient Town. Visitors can explore its narrow streets, visit ancient houses, and admire the Japanese Covered Bridge, a symbol of the town.
Quang Nam offers a range of natural landscapes for outdoor enthusiasts. The province has a long coastline along the East Sea, with beautiful beaches such as Cua Dai, An Bang, and Ha My. Inland, you can find the stunning Marble Mountains, a cluster of five limestone hills with caves, pagodas, and panoramic views of the surrounding area.
The local cuisine of Quang Nam is renowned for its diversity and delicious flavors. Cao Lau, a unique noodle dish made with local herbs and served with slices of pork and crispy croutons, is a specialty of Hoi An. Other popular dishes include Mi Quang (Quang-style noodles), Banh Xeo (Vietnamese savory pancakes), and Com Hen (rice with baby clams).