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Hoi An Information

Travel and Local Information Guide

Our Hoi An information guide offers first-time visitors helpful tips on how to navigate their way through the UNESCO-listed town. Hoi An is a must for culture buffs, featuring ancient buildings and picturesque streets, as well as a slow-paced and traditional lifestyle. It’s also home to some of the best tailoring services in Vietnam, where you can have your very own custom-made clothes for a fraction of the price you’d pay back home.

The town centre, also known as Hoi An Ancient Town, offers countless historical walking tours and is easy to navigate on foot or by hiring a bicycle. To help you make the most out of your holiday, we’ve also compiled a handy guide on how to get to Hoi An if you’re flying in from Da Nang, popular festivals and events, and weather information.

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Hoi An Travel Guide

  • Two Days in Hoi An

    Two days in Hoi An may seem like so little time that you’ll be missing out on a lot of sightseeing opportunities but, Read More»

  • Getting Around in Hoi An

    Getting around in Hoi An is very convenient compared to other cities in Vietnam due to its compact size, numerous Read More»

  • Danang International Airport

    Da Nang International Airport

    Located just a few kilometres from the city centre Da Nang International Airport is used as both a civil and military 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»

  • Hoi An Weather

    Unlike Northern Vietnam, Hoi An is a city of two seasons with warm weather averaging 29°C dominating for most of the Read More»

  • Hoi An Festivals & Events

    Festivals take place in Hoi An according to the lunar calendar with visitors welcome to join in the revelries. There are Read More»

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