Hoi An


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Quick Guide

  • Vietnamese
  • Vietnamese dong

No trip to Vietnam is complete without a visit to Hoi An. When it comes to Vietnamese cities, none is more delightful, picturesque, and easy to sink your teeth into as this stunningly historic town. Once a thriving port, but now mostly a vibrant tourist hub, the rivers, old town, and mouth-watering culinary scene will steal your heart as soon as you set foot in this city.

Japanese and Chinese influences are on display in all their glory in the must-visit sites of the Japanese Covered Bridge, Tan Ky House, and the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation.

The landscapes surrounding Hoi An are just as picture-perfect as the city itself, and are easily accessed. Take a motor bike, boat, or cycling tour through the various areas ranging from rolling rice fields, traditional villages, rivers, and some of the country’s best beaches.

Hoi An is a great place to pick up hand-made and artisan goods. Tailors will whip you up a bespoke suit, or you can visit textile shops to buy fabric to make your own creations. Silk from Hoi An is second-to-none and you can’t go home without picking up a silk lantern, scarf, or wall-hanging.

Hoi An Key Facts

  • Vietnamese
  • Vietnamese dong
  • 11.25 hrs
  • +7 hrs

Average Climate


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Nearest Airports

  • Da Nang Airport (DAD) - 69 miles
  • Pleiku Airport (PXU) - 69 miles
  • Phu Bai Airport (HUI) - 96 miles