Quang Ngai offers visitors to chance to see the real Vietnam and a way of life far removed from the well trodden tourist trail. For those who make the effort, Quang Ngai rewards with many things to see: there are mountains, rivers and beaches spread around the area along with several interesting historical sites, such as Truong-Luy ancient wall and unforgettable ... More>evidence of the My-Son massacre. Ultimately, Quang Ngai a charming beachside town that is mostly free from large scale development, and with wide, tree-lined avenues it is somewhere you can truly unwind. But travelling here is not without inconveniences as few people outside of the hotels in Quang Ngai speak English and the only ways to reach the town are by private car or local train. Accommodation options in Quang Ngai, while not as plentiful as can be found in the more famous tourist centres. Quang Ngai is 190 km south of Hoi An, a popular town for tourists in central Vietnam.