Welcome to Hoi An Tailor Reviews!
The complete shopping guide to the city of Hoi An in Vietnam. The only website dedicated to the city for its tailors.
Since 1999, Hoi An has experienced a massive growth in tourism. Although it has created several jobs and a steady flow of cash passing through the town, it has also had many negative affects on the culture, history, and the people of the town. This website is to help and educate tourist going to Hoi An. Sustainable tourism is required in this small town. With this website, you’ll know who to support and how to keep the town alive and well.
Find reviews, ranks, and where to locate the best tailors.
How to Rank a Tailor: Each tailor is ranked from 0 to 5 stars. 5 stars being best. They’res three categories – Quality, Price, and Customer Service. Rate them according to your experience. The system will automatically average your input for an overall rating. Please include as much information of your experience as possible. You may include blog posts links of your experience as well.
Reviews are not allowed within Vietnam. You may leave your review once you leave the country. This is to prevent fake reviews. We also want you to test your clothing before leaving a review.
Maps were removed for the tailors. The town is quite small so finding the tailors should not be difficult. It took far too much time to find the location for each tailor. Here’s the Google Map for the entire Hoi An tailor area.
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Hoi An, Vietnam is a well-preserved former commercial capital city. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is often described as friendly and peaceful. It has many historic buildings and narrow streets. An Bang Beach rates among the top 50 in the world.
Hoi An Highlights and Features
Every full moon, motorbikes are banned and traditional entertainment is held in the Old Town. Nguyen Thi Minh Khai has many art galleries and tourists often visit the 17th century Japanese Bridge and Quong Cong Temple. The Dragon Festival occurs annually. There are also many historic homes to visit: Tan Ky House, Phung Hung House, and Quan Thang.