Hoi An Travel Guide

Once an important trading port in Southeast Asia from the 15th to the 19th century, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town of Hoi An remains a quaint place that has changed little over the course of time.

This beautiful ancient town attracts visitors from all over the world for a good reason: there's so much to see and do. Wander through the warren-like lanes of the town; explore the Japanese Bridge, Chinese temples, and colonial houses left by the Dutch and the French to get an insight into the town's mixed heritage; sign up for a fun cooking class to uncover the secret to making delicious local dishes; order a quality custom-made suit at one of the tailor shops; witness the Cham ruins at My Son, which is within easy reach out of town – the list of amazing experiences in Hoi An is simply endless.

For a tailor-made trip to Hoi An and the rest of Vietnam, feel free to send your inquiry to one of our Indochina travel consultants who will work with you to craft a trip plan that fully matches your interests and budget.

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