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Hoi An Travel Guide
Date posted: 16/06/2017 - 258 views
Founded in 1595, the ancient seaside town of Hoi An, Once a powerful trading port, Hoi An called the name of Old Town a most beautiful and popular destination in Southeast Asia is recognized a UNESCO World Heritage site. With existing ancient town and romantic, its charming historic, foreign culture, delightful beaches endless make Hoian is a vibrant place in central Vietnam, spend few hours to walk around town and enjoy Hoi An delicious food

THE BEST TIME TO VISIT HOI AN: 

The average temperature of 29°C (84°F). An is warm all year round. Hoi An is warm all year round and rainfall varies quite dramatically.
 + February to April: comfortable temperatures, low humidity, dry season almost
 + June to August: temperatures are at their hottest, reaching as high as 38°C (100°F), Calm water with superb visibility, fantastic time to go diving and snorkeling off the coast of Hoi An
 + July and August: the most spectacular full Moons of the year - a spectacular sight over the ocean, it also fishing peak so fish or seafood is even more plentiful to taste
 + September to January: Hoi An’s rainy season. October and November are wettest
 + November to January: coldest temperatures, ranging from 19 to 24°C (66 to 75°F)
 + Perhaps Monsoon Season will be a highlight and pleasant in the year, about from September to January,  a day-long festival in June that open dragon boat races by day and colored lantern parades by night. rather delightfully, with singing, dancing and games, and streets lined with lanterns. Full Moons occur on the 14th day of each lunar month, so bear that in mind when timing your visit.

TOP THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN HOI AN:

Visit the old town:



Five highlight sites In Hoi An must see such as Tan Ky house, Japanese
Bridge, Phuc Kien Assembly hall and Museum of trade ceramic and spend free time to meander through the streets of town to enjoy culture, architecture and street foods.

It is free to meander through the streets of Old Town. However, if you wanted to visit any of the sites or museums you need to purchase an Old Town Ticket (speak to your Stray guide) which gives you access to five sites of your choice. Traveler favorites include the Tan Ky house, the Japanese
Covered Bridge, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, and the Museum of Trade Ceramics.


HOI AN EATING AND DRINKING: 

Anthony Bourdain featured Banh Mi Phuong on his show no Reservations so you know it’s good! Join the line at the food cart at the entrance of the shop to eat in or to take your banh mi
to go. Banh Mi is considered one of the best sandwiches in the world and Hoi An is known as the best place to enjoy it in Vietnam. I ordered the chicken banh mi but there are also options to have BBQ pork, pate, egg, cheese, etc.

Reaching Out Tea House   


                   

If you're feeling peckish and want to make a difference while you eat, this is the place to go. This tea house is a local fair trade establishment and social enterprise that employs people with disabilities (providing them with meaningful employment and independence) while also serving excellent cafe food,
tea, and coffee.  

Nu Eatery



Don't let appearances deceive you - this tiny restaurant down a back alley behind the Japanese Bridge is a Hoi
A favorite! The food is served as small and large plates, and if you go as a group you can order almost the whole menu and you will not be disappointed! Incredibly fresh, beautifully presented and amazing Asian flavors.

Dive Bar




Hoi An does have an active nightlife scene, mostly centered around the river. However, one of the best spots in the city is Dive Bar right in the middle of Old Town. It plays great music, has an excellent atmosphere, the
barmen are known to hand out a free shot or two and there's a pool table to pass the time.

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