THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO HOI AN
Discover the best events, restaurants, bars and things to do.
Planning a Trip? Read This First:
Hoi An Travel Guide: Planner
Neighbourhoods: where to stay. Festivals: what to expect. Low Season deals. High season escapes. Weather: Unravel Hoi An's unpredictable climate.
A comprehensive month-by-month guide to Hoi An
A Rainy Day Guide
Hoi An isn't shy of a monsoon shower or two, and they can happen at anytime of the year. Rather than let a little inclement weather put a downer on your stay, we've rounded up some of the best wet weather action in the city. Pull on your poncho and throw on those flip flops - and stick it to the weather with this handy list of things to do in Hoi An on a rainy day.
What the World needs most in these troubled times — more than a better mousetrap, more than a good ten-cent Bia Hoi, even — is a guide to some of the coolest places to get your kicks in Hoi An City. I mean the kind of real inside dope that only those in-the-know can provide. Conveyed to a grateful public in the form of a handy website and free, monthly travel guide
Sun, sea and …OK so that got you into this mess in the first place. With that lesson learnt you’ll be entering a whole new family planning concept - and with holidays a big part of that is working out what fun things you can do together. We’ve put together a list of the fun things you can do together outside a rigid tour structure - activities that are great for adults too
Forget drab rooms and lacklustre board games: when it comes to keeping young brains entertained, hotels’ kids clubs have really upped their game with inventive arts, crafts and activity programs. We've rounded up the Hoi An hotels that aren't afraid to roll out the red carpet for their junior guests
Da Nang Family Medical Practice guides you through the motions of how to prepare, what to pack and what to do to stay healthy whilst on vacation in Vietnam. From Dengue to dog bites, read on for more information
Coconut palm fringed beaches that go on forever, Cham ruins, colourful fishing villages, and an idyllic private beach retreat which accommodates no more than a dozen guests, for as little as $100 per night. Take that Richard Branson! Even better, this off radar location is just a couple of hours drive from Hoi An.
Tam Hai: An Island Guide