Thirty minutes from Danang by car is a small town called Hoi An, which used to be a sleepy fishing village but now has become a major tourist spot.
There are small hotels in the area and many foreigners either wandering the streets, riding bicycles, sitting in cyclos to see the sights, or even riding on the back of a moped.
The temples all have small boats near the offerings, probably in the hopes that higher celestial beings will protect fishermen in the area.
Many residents live in the area and one street by a bridge was lined with people selling fresh vegetables, fruits, meats (laid out in the heat), and even seafood like shrimp and tiny crabs.
There's lots of souvenir shops, selling T-shirts or postcards, ceramics and coconut shells lacquered with various bright colours. There's also some Vietnamese art for sale, though they seem mass produced than one-offs. And once you've seen one shop, you've basically seen them all, with prices also about the same too.