The Official Hoi An Travel Guide (MUST READ)

By the estuary of Thu Bon river, Hoi An is one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. This Vietnamese town is a package for travelers – a pretty town close to the beach, rice fields, wooded hills and islands. As a trading port for many centuries, Hoi An is a melting pot that is also famous for special culinary culture. Food here is delicious. In 2022, it’s listed in the top 20 world’s best cities, by the Travel + Leisure. And before that, so many winning prizes for it as the most attractive destination in central Vietnam by the international press.

This official Hoi An travel guide helps travelers to plan their trip easier. It provides reliable and updated information, recommendations and expert tips. For tours and transfers, texting us in whatsapp number +84968009827 to chat and reserve.

Travelers also visit Da Nang – the sister city of Hoi An, 30 kilometers away and Hue – former Vietnamese capital city, 130 kilometers north of Hoi An. Da Nang has an international airport that is closest to Hoi An. For that reason, travelers anyway will see something there if they plan to visit Hoi An (or return). We highly recommend reading Da Nang official travel guide also.

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An Introduction about Hoi An

Hoi An (meaning “peaceful meeting place” in Vietnamese) is a well-known tourist destination in Vietnam. By a white-sandy coast and rivers, its centre is a colorful, charming old town that prospered from trading with foreign countries. This Unesco world heritage site comes to life in the evening while millions of lanterns are lit. Full moon night is most worthy to wait for. It’s spectacular thanks to the local traditional lantern festival and wishing candle lanterns on the river. All photographers love Hoi An.

Surrounding Hoi An’s ancient quarters, it is a peaceful countryside studded with small villages. Rice fields, mangroves, vegetable gardens and palm forests make it much more green. Some communities specialize in making pottery, coconut products or sleeping mat and in carving wood works.

Not far away from paddy fields, Hoi An has a quite long coastline that stretches until Monkey mountain in Da Nang. Here, beaches are fringed with crystal clear seawater and medium waves. Around the horizon, the Cham islands increase the beauty of Hoi An’s beaches. 

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What is Hoi An Famous for?

Hoi An is famous for many things. The first one is its Old town that Unesco inscribed to be a world heritage site. The town has well-preserved houses, all feature yellow walls, tiled roofs and wooden furniture as a uniform. Blooming flowers, blue sky, green rivers, and colorful lanterns make it so pretty. Hoi An is loved by photographers and instagrammers worldwide.

Secondly, Hoi An becomes famous for its beauty (and atmosphere) at night. After it’s dark, the town is filled by uncountable lantern lights. And, visitors will see them most in the full moon when people celebrate their traditional Lantern festival On the river, boats and floating paper lanterns make seers once again fall in love.

Local food at Hoi An is what travelers love next. The cuisine is unsimilar to anywhere else in the country thanks to long-time exchange of cultures. The best known dishes include banh mi (people believe that local banh mi is the best in Vietnam), chicken rice, white rose dumplings, Mi quang noodle, Cao lau noodle or Pho noodle soup.

Shopping in Hoi An is a good experience too. Tailors in town are able to complete a suit within 24 hours, up to personal features and specifications. Plus, the price is really high, therefore travelers come to Hoi An for custom tailoring. 

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Location and How to Get to Hoi An

Where is Hoi An in Vietnam?

Hoi An is a provincial city of Quang Nam province, in the middle of Vietnam. It lies by the estuary of Thu Bon river, to the south of Da Nang city. This historical trading port is also close to Pacific ocean. From Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh city, the flight to Hoi An is 1,5hrs.

Flights to Hoi An

Travelers have to fly to Da Nang city and then have a transfer from Da Nang airport to Hoi An. From two main cities of Vietnam – Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city, there are lots of non-stop flights in the day to choose from. All operating domestic airlines now provide them. From some famous tourist destinations, such as Da Lat, Can Tho or Ha Long, it’s possible to reach by air too. Browse How to Get to Da Nang for further information.

Today, direct flights from another country to Da Nang are available. Traveler lovers can book one from South Korea, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, Malaysia or India.

Both domestic and international terminals are in the same ground (airport) that is within Da Nang city’s downtown.  

Car and Taxi

Car is the most popular vehicle to get from Da Nang to Hoi An due to convenience and affordable cost. The price for a roundtrip ranges from 700,000 to 1,000,000 VND, depending on the length of the trip and size of the group. Travel time by private car or taxi from Da Nang to Hoi An may be up to 1 hour. Chat with us on whatsapp number +84968009827 to book.  

Bus to Hoi An

By 2020, there was a public bus connecting Da Nang and Hoi An. It’s the cheapest way to get from a city to another. Now, it is not available anymore. Please follow up your website for updated information.


Many travelers don’t stay overnight in Hoi An, and instead, they choose a hotel in Da Nang. To visit Hoi An, they ride a motorbike. The distance between cities is some 30 kilometers, so the drive is from 45 to 60 minutes. The quickest way is the coastal road, namely Vo Nguyen Giap and Truong Sa in Da Nang, and then Lac Long Quan in Hoi An. Halfway, that is the Marble mountains.

From Hue, motorbike rental providers allow travelers to drop the bike in Hoi An (don’t have to ride back to Hue!) if self driving. The distance is 140 kilometers, including the Hai Van pass – Vietnam’s best coastal road. For those who would like to experience but worry about their own skills and safety, it’s also available to book a local rider.


The nearest railway station to Hoi An is in Da Nang. So, travelers can get a train from other cities to the Da Nang train station, and then take another vehicle to Hoi An. The most popular choice is going from Hue, Ha Noi or Quy Nhon. Read How to get Da Nang from Hue by train for more details. During the daytime, the passengers will enjoy the breath-taking view of the Hai Van pass.


Get Around Hoi An: What is Best?


Once again, we have to mention that Hoi An is a small city. Travelers absolutely can explore it by foot if book a hotel in the Minh An, Cam Pho and Son Phong areas. Within the Old town, pedestrian hours are daily from 9 to 11:30 am, and from 3 to 9:30 pm. The nearest beach – An Bang is only 3 kilometers away from here. Many people choose to walk there (rice fields, rivers, water buffalos, and scenic spots on the way).


Getting around Hoi An by taxi is fairly easy. In the surroundings of Hoi An’s walking street (in Old town), there are many taxi cars and drivers to choose from. The cost is metered, around 15,000 VND for one kilometer. If stay in a hotel tucked away in small roads or laneways, let’s walk to the closest main road to hail. People in the reception can help to call one also. Passengers will pay by cash.

Read also: Hoi An Private Car and Driver

Shuttle Bus

Shuttle buses run by electricity are new to Hoi An. Local authorities aim to reduce traffic congestion in town, especially in the evening and air pollution. The experience on a shuttle bus is more interesting than cars. The cost depends on the length of the drive, and number of passengers. If the group is bigger than 5 and the distance is smaller than 2 kilometers, the price is 10,000 VND per person. Small kids and toddles are free of charge. It’s exactly how much visitors pay when they move within Hoi An’s downtown. For further places, such as beaches or the coconut village, the price is higher, but not more than 40,000 VND per person. There are 2 simple ways to have this vehicle: hailing in main streets or coming to car parks.


Hoi An is small enough to cycle around. Many hotels provide free bicycles for the guests (come first, serve first, no reservation). If not available for free, the rental is really cheap. It’s around 1 USD for one day full. No doubt, the cheapest way to get around. Travelers can ride to the beaches, rice fields, Cam Thanh coconut village or Cam Kim island.

Anytime of the day, it’s possible to tour the Hoi An ancient town by bicycle. This Unesco heritage is in the list of the towns that are most friendly to bicycles worldwide. Late afternoon onwards, tourists coming from Da Nang visit the town and make it full of pedestrians. Therefore, riding a bicycle during that time is a little bit difficult.


Riding a motorcycle is a faster way to get somewhere than a bicycle. Rental price is really cheap, between 100,000 and 200,000 VND for one full day or 24 hours. Helmet (or maps) is provided. Gasoline cost fluctuates around 1 USD/1 littler. So, the motorbike is amongst the cheapest vehicles to get around Hoi An.

Note: Vietnam follows a right-hand traffic system. If you drive to the left in your country, you should consider carefully. 

Inside the Hoi An old town heritage, except for walking hours (9 to 11:30 am and 3 to 9:30 pm), it’s possible to tour around it by bike. If just like to get there and then walk, the parking fee is from 5,000 to 10,000 VND. The latest service is up to 10 pm.

To go to the beach or discover the countryside, travelers can save their time (and even money) when riding a scooter. It’s easy and safe, but the riders need to be careful and pay attention to avoid dangerous situations. Further in distance, My Son sanctuary, the Marble mountains and Hai Van pass are popular attractions. The mountain pass requires good driving skills and confidence because it’s winding, featuring hairpin-like turns, twists and dense fog. 

The Best Way to Get Around Hoi An

The best way to get around Hoi An depends on different situations. So, this is our thoughts:

– Hoi An old town: walking

– Hoi An’s countryside: bicycle or motorcycle

– Solo travelers: bicycle or motorcycle

– Families or a group of friends: car, taxi, shuttle bus


Brief History of Hoi An

Hoi An was known as a busy international trading town in Vietnam and Southeast Asia from 15th to 19th centuries. During that period, merchants and their sailing boats docked here, to exchange different products (spices, ceramics, silk, etc). They came from Japan, China, and Europe. Hoi An got its European name “Faifoo”. Heritage left by these nationalities are around its old town today. 

Late 19th century was the turning point in Hoi An’s history. Geological activities in the river estuary didn’t allow boats to easily access the town. Vietnamese kings also prohibited westerner’s boats to get there directly (have to stop at Da Nang before). They got worried about military power and religious missionaries from the west. For that reason, commerce in Hoi An declined. Since then, Da Nang has been replacing its role as the most important center of commerce in the area (until now).

During the colonial time, 19th and 20th centuries, French based in Hoi An and designed it as a provincial capital. Influences from French people are still seen today.

In 1999, Hoi An was added to the Unesco world heritage site list, together with My Son sanctuary. Since then, it has been popular with both local and foreign tourists. At the present, this little town draws millions of visitors although its population is only 120,000 people.

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Hoi An Weather by Month and Best Time to Visit

Monthly Weather in Hoi An

Weather is important when travelers plan to visit somewhere. In Hoi An, there’re two seasons in the year: the dry season, from February to August and the wet season (rainy season), from September to January. It’s dry, hot in the dry season, and it rains frequently in the other season. See details of the weather each month in

When Are the Best Times to Visit Hoi An?

The best time to visit Hoi An in Vietnam is January, mid-February to mid-April, mid-May to September. During these periods, it’s sunny, perfect for outdoor activities and going to the beach. From May to August, the temperature reaches its peak. Therefore for those who don’t like strong heat, earlier or later times will be more nice and comfortable. From October to December, although it’s cooler, heavy rains and typhoons make people not really enjoyable. However, sunny days are still available and that’s so perfect to explore places outside.

Read also: Monthly Weather in Da Nang


Hoi An Accommodation: Where to Stay in Hoi An?

How Many Days Do You Need in Hoi An?

Three full days are perfect to visit Hoi An. For more relaxation, a longer stay is needed. Within 3 days, travelers have time enough to see major landmarks of the area, such as the Ancient town, the Marble mountains or My Son sanctuary. Read 3 days in Hoi An itinerary to arrange them properly. The town is not really big, so joining other activities or tours is also convenient (for pick up, drop off). If planning to have a custom-made suit (or more), it’s possible too and don’t have to see any tailor immediately after arriving in town.

Text us in whatsapp number +84968009827 for free assistance to make the best travel itinerary for you.

Areas to Stay in Hoi An

If prefer somewhere that it’s near Hoi An old town, travelers should choose one in Minh An, Cam Pho, Cam Pho and the Tiger market areas. The distance is within 1,5 kilometers. No doubt that it’s great to walk (of course, Hoi An is flat). Restaurants, coffee shops, bars, shopping places, tailors, and convenient stores are all around.

Beaches are the favourite for many travelers. In the Cua Dai beach area, there are a handful of all-inclusive beachside resorts. Shuttle bus is available there to get to the Old town and back every single day. Inside quiet laneways of An Bang beach area, homestays are run by local families, with a pool. For sure, the beach is just a short walk away.

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Hoi An Tourist Attractions: What to See in Hoi An?

Hoi An Ancient Town World Heritage

Hoi An ancient town is the heart of Hoi An. It’s home to more than 1,100 traditional style houses, a Japanese bridge, Chinese temples, a living market, and a quay where boats dock. From 15th to 19th centuries, foreign merchants came here to trade, making it bustling and wealthy. Nowadays, this complex is a Unesco world heritage site, inscribed in 1999. Visitors can buy Hoi An old town ticket to sightsee 4 buildings and watch a show at the Traditional Performance House.

In the evening, locals light lanterns and by that, it’s filled by colorful lights. Especially, in full moon, they also release paper lanterns lit by candle, down the river and make wishes. Many tourists believe that full moon night is a must-know experience. Read everything else in

Beaches in Hoi An

Hoi An owns a 6-kilometers-long coastline, with several beautiful white sandy beaches. During sunny months, these places are full of people who go swimming, go surfing, play water sports, meditate, sun bath, or simply cool off. It’s free to visit every beach in Hoi An. For eating and drinking, restaurants and bars line the beachfront, serving delicious seafood dishes. Islands of the Cham archipelago and Da Nang’s hills together just make the scenery more wonderful. Further information in

Two famous beaches in Hoi An are An Bang and Cua Dai. Now, An Bang beach is busier because it’s damaged by erosion. That’s why people say it’s best to go, especially for families with kids.

My Son Sanctuary

Located in the jungle, 40 kilometers away from Hoi An, My Son sanctuary is a popular place to visit for day trippers. It has about well-preserved 20 Hindu temples which survived from harsh climate and bombings in the Vietnam war. These brick buildings were constructed from 4th to 13rd centuries by request of Cham kings, for worship of Shiva god. At several times of the day, at the Public Stage, traditional performances are available to watch (it’s free!). See full details in My Son sanctuary travel guide.

The Marble Mountains

Only a 30 minutes drive from Hoi An, the Marble mountains is also very popular to travelers. It’s a group of five striking marble hills that rise up suddenly from the surroundings, between a river and the sea. Thuy Son (literally “the Water mountain”) is the only mountain where people can climb to the top. Here, there are many stunning sights to visit, including Buddhist temples, magnificent caves, viewpoints, and peaks with a panoramic view. Hiking shoes is required. See further information in the Marble mountains travel guide.

The Golden Hands Bridge in Ba Na Hills

Built in 2018, the Golden Bridge of Ba Na Hills today is well known all over the world. It’s a 160-meters-long pedestrian bridge, with golden handrails and a pair of massive stone-like hands. From here, 1,414 meters above the sea level, visitors enjoy a panoramic view. Read Golden Bridge travel guide to get more details and How to get to Golden Bridge from Hoi An to find the best transport for you. The best time to visit is early morning when the crowds and the heat don’t come yet. A private Golden Bridge sunrise tour is the choice for smart travelers.

Hoi An’s Countryside and Villages

Surrounding the Old town, Hoi An countryside is lovely and tranquil. In addition to rice fields, vegetable gardens and animal farms, there are 4 villages interesting to visit. Near An Bang beach, Tra Que vegetable village is famous for its herbs. Some local food specialties require them as a must-have ingredient. Also 3 kilometers away, Thanh Ha pottery village produced high-quality products for exportation. Today, the artisans teach visitors how to make pottery. Kim Bong carpentry village is least known by tourists because it’s located on an island. Cam Thanh coconut village is furthest, 10 mins drive from the town’s centre. Locals here use basket boats to show visitors the water coconut forest and countryside entertainments.

Opposite to the Old town by the Thu Bon river, Cam Kim island is the host for cycling tours thanks to its peacefulness. Lifestyle of the islanders is still unchanged, and their traditional handicrafts are still well kept.


Hoi An Activities: Things to Do in Hoi An

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Custom Tailors in Hoi An

History of tailoring and fabric silk trading in Hoi An is long. Today, there are so many tailors and tailor shops in town where people can make clothings at their own measurements. Shoppers have a wide range of material, color and price to choose from. They can have a look at styles on the catalogues but also show favourite ones by phone, to let local tailors know. 24hrs service is available. See more information in our guide to tailoring in Hoi An.

Basket Boat Ride in Coconut Forest

Round basket boats are unique to central Vietnam. It’s made of bamboo, and used by locals to get around the water coconut forest of Hoi An. During the ride, visitors have the chance to be close to nature, and join fun-filled entertainments, such as the “spinning boat ride”. To experience, it’s needed to come to the Cam Thanh village, 10 mins drive from the Old town. See further details in

Go Diving and Snorkeling the Cham Islands

The Cham islands is known for its richness of underwater life and its great natural scenery. It’s under the protection of the Vietnam government as a marine park and Unesco as a world biosphere reserve. Here, visitors have the chance to explore a fantabulous world under the sea while go snorkeling or scuba diving. Daily tours include an experience by snorkel, but to see pristine coral reefs, travelers must book a tour specializing in diving. Staying overnight is required if many spots in the itinerary. Please read our Cham islands travel guide to know everything else.

Thu Bon River Cruise on Sunset

Hoi An ancient town sits on the north bank of the Thu Bon river, the largest river in the province. In the sunset, this river becomes such awe-inspiring. Along the quay – Bach Dang St, visitors can see cruises and then travel (downstream or upstream) to enjoy the beautiful scenery, peacefulness, breeze and photography. When the darkness falls, people light up the lanterns in waterfronts, making the town really lovely. One of the best spots to see it is from the river cruise. See further information in

Learn How to Cook Vietnamese Foods

Participating in a cooking class is fun. Visitors will follow local people to visit the market, shop like a local and then bring ingredients to the school for cooking. The chief shows the learners different Vietnamese dishes. For example, spring rolls or fried spring rolls, banh xeo pancakes, pho noodle soup, and traditional salads. If would like to know deeper local cuisine and also cooking skills, this is an activity that is not to miss. The class time is usually a couple of hours. Read more in our complete guide to Hoi An’s cooking classes.

Instagrammable Spots in Hoi An

Absolutely, Hoi An is a photogenic, instagrammable town. Both daytime and nighttime, visitors will find good spots to take pictures. When it’s still bright, quarters with yellow-wall houses, blooming bougainvillea flowers, reddish temples and vintage café are stunning. It’s really colorful. In the market, the variety of local procedures and lively local life (vendors, shoulder pole ladies, etc) are also great to have a photo with. At night, for sure, lantern lights together make a perfect backdrop. No photography lovers miss Hoi An when they come to Vietnam.


Hoi An Nightlife: What to Do in Hoi An at Night?

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Full Moon Lantern Festival in Hoi An

Full moon lantern festival is unique to Hoi An. It takes place every single month on the 14th day in the Vietnamese lunar calendar (now people can check online). In the fairly moonlight, so many lanterns are hung up and lit by locals, giving the town a great beauty and a great atmosphere. By the river, they light up paper lanterns by candle, and then release, to make wishes. This night is a thing not to miss. Read full details in Hoi An lantern festival travel guide.

The Hoi An Night Market

This night market includes around 150 stalls selling lanterns, souvenirs and foods, along Nguyen Hoang St, on the opposite side to the Old town. It’s the largest and busiest. See all you need to know about it in

Hoi An Memories Show and Hoi An Impression Theme Park

The Hoi An memories show is the largest outdoor visual art performance in Vietnam. Debuted in 2018, today it becomes a must see in Hoi An at night. This spectacular show tells spectators the history and culture of the town exceptionally. The production is really stunning, giving a great time (experience). Please browse for full details. Before and after the Hoi An memories show, travelers can visit around the Hoi An impression theme park.

Lantern Boat Ride on Hoai River

Hoai river runs alongside Hoi An Old town, to the south. At night time, visitors can cruise it by boat and drop paper lanterns down the water, to make wishes. This leisure ride allows the passengers to enjoy the beauty of the town and photograph it. The price is 150,000 VND (1 to 3 people), and 200,000 VND (4 to 5 people), for 20 minutes. See full details in


Eating and Coffee in Hoi An

Hoi An Food Specialties

Hoi An cuisine is unique in the world thanks to cultural exchanges in the past. Travelers should try bánh mì – sandwich filled by pate, raw vegetables, herbs and meats, cao lầu – the most special local noodles, mì quảng – another famous noodle dish, bánh bao bánh vạc – white rose dumplings, more. See all dishes as you can see in Hoi An in

Note: Cao lau is seen as the signature food of Hoi An. Nowhere else outside its old centre, people can try it.

Vietnamese restaurants in the Old town serve at least several local food specialties. At some venues, it’s possible to see almost everything on the menu. Thanks to that, travelers just need to visit one place, and then can taste many dishes. We recommend coming to restaurants where the food is amongst best sellers all over Hoi An. For example, the couple of stores selling banh mi sandwiches: Madam Khanh and Banh Mi Phuong.  

Street Foods in Hoi An

Hoi An is also known for street foods that are many and tasty. In Nguyen Hoang night market, visitors will see vendors and they serve a lot of options (even for vegetarians too). Bánh tráng nướng – grilled rice paper with toppings and sauces, bánh ướt thịt nướng – grilled pork skewers, rolled with rice papers and vegetables or banana pancakes are deserving to try. Around sunset, in old streets, rice cakes, clear dumplings, mango cake (no mango!) and other snacks are also sold.   

Coffee and Coffee Shops in Hoi An

Vietnam is the 2nd largest coffee producer globally. Inside the Hoi An ancient town, there are many coffee shops where tourists can try Vietnamese traditional coffees and western styled ones, the new arrivals. Beans are bought from farmers living in the Highlands, and then roasted in the shop (that’s why some places are named “roasteries”). Rooftop cafes also provide an incredible view that is ideal for Instagrammable pictures.

Read also: Hoi An Central Market Travel Guide


Hoi An Shopping: What to Buy in Hoi An?

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Travelers can stroll around the Ancient town, markets, night markets and other shops in the centre to buy favourite things. The lantern is one of the best reminders about Hoi An. Size, shape, color, and pattern are diverse here. Luckily, local lanterns are foldable, so packing them into the luggages is free of difficulty. In addition, handicraft products are what travelers are interested in Hoi An too. The material is varied (wood, bamboo, ceramic, clay, leather, etc). That’s why shoppers have so many choices to select and bring home then.

Tailor-made clothings is loved by many travelers. They can find good-quality fabric and skillful tailors to make it, with a cheaper price than their home country. Within 24hrs, it’s possible to go for the first fitting to the suit or dress or any other garments. Shipping abroad and card payment are available at most tailors in town.

For those who love cooking, there are plenty of spices, seeds, seasonings and dried fruits to buy. Make sure that your country accepts.

All Guided Tours from Hoi An

Main article: Hoi An Day Tours – Best Day Trips from Hoi An

Hoi An Old Town Walking Tour

The Old town (Unesco world heritage site) is a must-visit attraction in Hoi An. To get insight into its history, explore local culture and photograph, walking is the best way. That’s why many travelers join a walking tour, with a local guide.

We recommend having a morning tour when the sun is not high yet, or an afternoon tour when the temperature goes down. A lantern making class is optional. From Da Nang, an evening tour is helpful because travelers can spend longer in town, experience further and have more memories (and pictures!). Here, local food tasting, lantern boat ride, night market or the Hoi An memories show is selected by yourself. 

Golden Hands Bridge Tour from Hoi An

Golden Hands Bridge tour from Hoi An is one of the most popular day trips. We highly recommend starting it early in the morning (around 6, 7 am) to avoid the heat and crowds. Please see details in “Sunset tour” is available as well, with the same price. See its itinerary in However, due to weather at Ba Na Hills where the bridge’s located, we suggest the best option on the day before. By the way, all entrance fee and cable car are included in the tours.

My Son Sanctuary Tour from Hoi An

A visit to My Son sanctuary is a perfect half-day tour from Hoi An. It’s not really far away, and definitely worth sightseeing (not only about its world heritage site title). To avoid the heat and crowds, many travelers like getting there early in the morning, around 5 am. This sunrise tour also includes a local guide as normal. Later in the day, the sunset tour has the same purpose, but not for early birds. Joining a “classic tour” that departs at 8 or 9 am, it’s possible to witness full traditional performances at My Son’s public theatre.

Cycling Tours in Hoi An Countryside

Over such a long history, fortunately, Hoi An still keeps its countryside peaceful. We highly recommend a bicycle tour to discover this wonderful rural land. Following a local guide, travelers will cycle through villages on backroads where the traffic is low (or no traffic) and visit local families to know their life. Some activities and experiences are in the itinerary alike, such as basket boat ride in palm forest, making rice papers, etc. Read more information in

Hoi An Food Tours

Roaming around and tasting delicious local foods (especially street foods) is amongst the most interesting cultural experiences in Hoi An. Travelers can choose a food tour run by foodies in town, with a bicycle, motorcycle or by foot. Within some hours, they will show different dishes and tell stories (including Hoi An’s specialties, such as banh mi sandwich). It’s a great time to get insight into local culinary culture and ways of life. Of course, there’re many opportunities to take fun pictures. Late afternoon and evening is the best time. Browse our Hoi An evening walking food tour if you’re interested. For vegans and vegetarians, we have Hoi An vegetarian food tour


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