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Hoi An Attractions

What to See in Hoi An

Hoi An attractions comprise centuries-old Buddhist pagodas and temples, colonial shophouses, and quaint museums that are set within the popular areas of Riverside and Ancient Town. Once a prominent Vietnamese trading port between the 15th and 19th century, the ancient town and riverside of Hoi An City were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its well-preserved mix of Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, and French architecture.

Offering sightseeing opportunities you won’t find in other city in Vietnam, the best part of Hoi An is that its attractions are easily accessible on foot or cyclo thanks to its pedestrian-friendly streets. If you’re looking to explore beyond Hoi An Ancient Town, there are plenty of local villages and pristine beaches that are less than an hour away. This section is a detailed list of what to see in Hoi An, as well as our top picks that you should never miss out during your vacation.

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  • An Bang Beach

    An Bang Beach is one of the few stretches of beach in Hoi An that’s relatively unspoiled by development, making it a Read More»

  • Cua Dai Beach

    Cua Dai Beach

    Cua Dai is one of just five Vietnamese UNESCO World Heritage Sites offering an unrivalled seaside escape from the Read More»

  • Hoi An Riverside

    Hoi An Riverside

    From the16th to the 18th centuries, Hoi An attracted international traders because of its location on the banks of Thu Read More»

  • Hoi An Central Market

    Hoi An Central Market

    Sharpen your bargaining skills and head south east to Hoi An Central Market, one of Vietnam’s best, offering an Read More»

  • Museum of Trade Ceramics

    Museum of Trade Ceramics

    Museum of Trade Ceramics is a beautifully restored timber house. Stepping inside you'll discover a vast selection of Read More»

  • Fujian Assembly Hall

    Fujian Assembly Hall

    The photogenic Fujian (Phuc Kien) assembly hall was created as a place in which residents from Fujian in China could Read More»

UNESCO SITES in Hoi An

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Hoi An Old Town

Once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, the seaside town Hoi An is basically a living Read More...

My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary

My Son Hindu Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a great sample of the ancient Champa civilization located in Read More...

Japanese Covered Bridge

Japanese Covered Bridge

One of Vietnam's most iconic attractions, Hoi An's Japanese covered bridge dates back to the 18th century and is a Read More...

7 Things to do in Hoi An When It Rains

Home to lantern-lit streets, ancient shophouses, Buddhist temples and exceptional shops, Hoi An is arguably one of the Read More...

Biking & Cycling

Biking & Cycling

Biking is a must in Hoi An regardless of your level of fitness. Leave the city behind to explore 12th century pagodas, Read More...

Hoi An Cooking Schools

Hoi An Cooking Schools

Hoi An is a great place to learn how to cook real Vietnamese cuisine. Plenty of restaurants offer their own cooking Read More...

Scuba Diving & Snorkelling in Hoi An

Scuba Diving & Snorkelling

Scuba diving and snorkelling are superb off the cost of Hoi An with hundreds of different varieties of coral and Read More...

Hoi An Spas

Hoi An Spas

Many of the hotels and resorts in Hoi An offer spa treatments, but you might discover better pampering at a Read More...

Thuan Tinh Island Cooking Classes

Thuan Tinh Island Cooking Classes

Thuan Tinh is well-known as offering one of Vietnam's most distinctive cooking class experiences. Thuan Tinh is an Read More...

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