Hoi An is one of the most interested town for you to shop in the old town, relax on the beach, take tours to the local villages
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Cam Thanh Village - You can bike around villages and see stunning rural scenes.
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Ong Pagoda in Hoi An is located at Tran Phu Street.
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Hoi An Cooking Class
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Hoi An Museum this museum provides a sampling of pre-Cham.
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Hoi An is truly a shopping paradise when you comes to silk shops. Following the history of a hustle and bustle Silk Road in the past,...
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Japanese Covered Bridge is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hoi An.
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Tan Ky House was contructed almost two centuries ago as the house of a Vietnamese marchant.
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Cua Dai Beach is the 'seaside' area of Hoi An
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Phuc Kien Assembly Hall is located at 46 Tran Phu Street. Riginally, the house was a thatched pagoda called Kim Son, which was built by the Viet people living in Hoa An in 1692.
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The workshop of traditional occupation of Hoi An ancient town.
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Hoi An Old Town has been through a few centuries of history.
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Learn to be a vegetable farmer
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Go to market to prepare for the cooking class
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Learn to be a cook in the cooking class
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Learn to do as a real farmer in Hoi An
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Take a boat in the river
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Cycling in Cam Thanh Village
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Thu Bon River is one of the nicest waterways in Vietnam.
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Hoi An overview

Choosing a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a natural choice on any trip, Hoi An is a delight for the senses, having HOI AN as a choice in Vietnam makes it very easy to add it to your itinerary.

How to travel to Hoi An?

Hoi An is only about a 45min drive from Danang, Vietnam, a 1hr drive from My Son Holy Land “Angkor Wat of Vietnam”, and a 2.5hrs drive from Hue, Vietnam.

Best time to visit Hoi An

The best time to visit Hoi An is between February and June when temperatures range between 20 and 30 degrees Celsius. From July to September, it is extremely hot, but ideal for beach vacations. Traveling to Hoi An from October to January is risky because of the bad weather, which causes heavy rain and flooding. 

Attractions in Hoi An

1. The old town of Hoi An (UNESCO-listed site)
2. Japanese Covered Bridge
3. Street Market
4. Hoi An Museum
5. An Bang Beach
6. Tra Que Vegetable Villge
7. Cam Thanh Vegetable Village
8. Thanh Ha Pottery Village
9. Fukian Assembly Hall
10. Cua Dai Beach
11. Phung Hung House

What are the best things to do in Hoi An?

The first things you notice are the ancient tiled rooftops and a variety of colorful flowers. Later you realize why Hoi An is called “The City of Lights”. At dusk, hundreds of elegant silk lanterns are lit on the river of the old town near the Japanese Covered Bridge. The lantern light reflected off the buildings is quite stunning. Pedestrian-friendly streets offer a variety of tailor-made clothing shops, art galleries, bars, cafes, street food, and restaurants with many local specialties. Hoi An has over 800 historic buildings, including temples, Buddhist shrines, and French colonial houses.

In addition to enjoying the architecture of the old town, it is equally fun to experience a basket boat for the first time and attend a cooking class in a local village. You can also ride a bike through the surrounding countryside of Hoi An and see farm animals, ancient cemeteries, or some of the most outstanding beaches in all of central Vietnam. At An Bang Beach, named by CNN in 2016 as one of the Top 100 Best Beaches in the World, you can walk along the lengthy sandy shore, join a yoga class, or relax on a hammock, happy to have chosen Hoi An as a destination.