What to Do in Hoi An

Famous & Unusual Hoi An Attractions

Hoi An, on the central coast of Vietnam, is unlike any other cities or towns in Southeast Asia. This city is a blend of styles which demonstrate the influences of different cultures on the region, including Japanese, Chinese, French, and Portuguese. Visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you will have a chance to contemplate and explore up to 800 historic buildings. Not only possessing a lot of traditional houses, museums, bridges, and pagodas, Hoi An is also home to friendly locals, diversifying culture and vibrant colors, all of which make the city one of top tourist destinations in Vietnam.

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Attractions in Hoi An

Kim Bong Carpentry Village: A must-see destination in Hoi An

When it comes to Hoi An – Quang Nam, local tourists as well as internationals are used to…

Thu Bon River, Hoi An – a Historical and Cultural Treasure

Located in Hoi An town, Quang Nam Province, Thu Bon River is often called the “Mother River” as…

An Eco-tour To Cam Thanh Village, Hoi An

Hoi An ancient town is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Central Vietnam. Not only is…

Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation, Hoi An

Known as “the road of heritage sites”, Tran Phu Street in Hoi An, Quang Nam attracts visitors with…

Quan Thang Ancient House, Hoi An: Explore Oriental Architecture

Hoi An Ancient Town is famous for various ancient houses. Apart from Tan Ky Ancient House or Phung…

Chuc Thanh Pagoda, Hoi An, Vietnam

At the end of the 17th century, Zen Master Minh Hai of China established Chuc Thanh Pagoda. It…

An Bang Beach – Voted Among the Best in Asia

According to one of the most prestigious travel guide website TripAdvisor, the lesser-known beach of An Bang, about…

Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An – An Idyllic Spot for Relaxation

The popular travel website TripAdvisor has announced that Cua Dai Beach in Central Vietnam was listed as one…

Assembly Hall of The Chaozhou Chinese Congregation in Hoi An

Erected in 1845, the Assembly Hall of the Chaozhou Chinese Congregation (also known as Ong Bon Pagoda) is…

Museum of Sa Huynh Culture in Hoi An – A Journey Back in Time

The Ancient Town of Hoi An is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port. Its…

Assembly Hall Of Fujian Chinese Congregation in Hoi An

Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation (Hội Quán Phúc Kiến in Vietnamese) in Hoi An Town, Quang…

Quan Cong Temple – The Most Sacred Temple in Hoi An

Hoi An is one of the most ancient cities of Vietnam, which will remind people of old houses…

Tan Ky Old House in Hoi An

Each house in Hoi An old town is a prominent individual of the architectural complex of the whole…

Japanese Covered Bridge – The Legacy Of Ancient Japan in Hoi An

With a history of more than 400 years, nowadays, the Japanese Covered Bridge, aka Cau Pagoda, might be…

Cu Lao Cham Island & Nature Reserve, Hoi An

The large island consists of 8 islets, 20 km off the coast from Hoi An Ancient Town in…

Hoi An Old Town – an Ancient City in Quang Nam, Vietnam

Unlike the dynamic Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An Old Town seems to aside from the…

My Son Holy Land: a Masterpiece of Cham Architecture

My Son Holy Land was the capital of Cham Pa Kingdom from the 4th to 5th centuries. Exemplifying…