Hội An and all its hue's, especially the golden glow of yellow... Wondering why?
1. Practical: Being a bright colour, yellow absorbs less heat. Vietnam also gets a lot of rain, and consequently, a lot of moss grows on the buildings. Artistically, yellow and green make quite the colour couple...
2. Symbolical: Yellow depicts royalty and superiority in Korea, China, and Vietnam… and in France - each of these countries has left an impact on Vietnam. The colour also signifies wealth, prosperity, royalty, happiness, and change...
3. Visitors: They are enchanted by the colour and this is what gave Hoi An it’s UNESCO heritage status in the first place, as well as a city ‘where time stood still’ + the Yellow City of Vietnam.
Personally, it's just like beloved butter spread on a baguette - a daily essential here...