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Exploring Hoi An

If all the small towns in Southeast Asia had a beauty contest, Hoi An would take the first prize. This little town in Central Vietnam attracts visitors year round with its narrow lanes, laid-back atmosphere, and its row after row of quaint houses and shops, all painted yellow and roofed with terracotta tiles. Indeed, the old town of Hoi An is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Hoi An’s distinctive architecture can be traced back to the days when it was the important trading port of Faifo. The Cham people of Vietnam, a culture related to the civilisations of Java in Indonesia, are the original settlers here. Lucrative trade in the 16th century brought Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and even European immigrants to this city, with their legacy still evident today.

Accommodations in Hoi An

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Hoi An is the Lavini Hoi An Boutique Villa, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended An Villa Hoi An in Hoi An as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are a number of luxury hotels where guests will be pampered and enjoy amazing facilities and services. Check out Almanity Hoi An Wellness Resort and La Siesta Hoi An Resort & Spa.

Sightseeing in Hoi An

- Chua Cau

The main attraction in Hoi An is the town’s most recognized landmark—the Japanese Bridge. The small, covered wooden bridge connects a small area of Hoi An which used to be where the Japanese community lived to the main part of town.

- My Son Sanctuary

The ruins of My Son are within an hour’s drive of the Old Town. My Son is the site of the old Champa Kingdom’s spiritual centre. The Hindu-Buddhist kingdom occupied what is today southern and central Vietnam.

Transportation in Hoi An

To get here from Vietnam’s two gateway cities, Hanoi in the north and Ho Chi Minh City in the south, a number of transport options are available. Overland journeys from either of these two cities are lengthy, however, often requiring overnight travel. The easiest way to get here is via a flight to Da Nang, the transport hub of Central Vietnam and only an hour outside of Hoi An by car. Once here, walking to and from the many attractions in the small old town is easy.