Go to the beach
Walking around the old town
Sew fashion clothes now
Visit the old houses
Cycling in the street
Hoi An is famous for its quiet and ancient walking paths around the old town. However, if you want a new experience, try exploring this world heritage site by bicycle. In Hoi An, most hotels, motels and homestays have bicycle rental services, on the street there are many car rental shops with very soft prices, only from 20 – 40.000 VND/day.
Walking around the old town by bicycle is very safe and convenient, you can easily wriggle through the alleys and alleys to discover a new Hoi An with many underground charms; you can stop anywhere to shop, enjoy street snacks or explore old houses, colored corners, dazzling confetti… Cycling in a quiet space, no worries. With the sound of the engine, no urban smell, you will clearly feel about a true old town, a peaceful old town and full of old style.
Join the folk game
Visit the Couleurs D’asie gallery
The Couleur D’asie is home to the famous paintings of Rehahn – one of the 10 most famous portrait photographers in the world.
Réhahn is a French photographer who traveled through more than 35 countries before deciding to choose Hoi An (Quang Nam) as his second home. He is especially known for his portraits in Vietnam, Cuba and India and is considered a photographer who “sold the soul of the character” (Paris Match, August 8). Réhahn always spends a lot of time building close relationships with the people he has met and photographed, so the project “Giving back” was born as his gratitude.
Réhahn’s Art Photo Museum entitled “Priceless Heritage” opened on January 1, 1 in Hoi An, displaying more than 2017 photos of Vietnam, the diverse culture of ethnic groups and more than 200 pages. original national costume.
Falling in love with Vietnam many years ago, Rehahn felt he had an invisible bond with the people and the country. In addition to documenting Vietnamese lives across the country, he always tries to help unfortunate lives. Adopting two children in Hoi An, organizing charity programs to send warm clothes to the highlands, sponsoring school fees and living expenses for disadvantaged families are just a few of the many other charitable works that Rehahn is for Vietnam and its people. He often said, Vietnam has given him so much and he is doing all he can to repay the country.
Experience homemade coffee at Mia Café
This is a cafe voted as one of the top 5 most famous coffee shops in Hoi An, Mia cafe has a unique beauty, unmistakable. Not located in the busy old town, nor lavishly decorated like many other places, Mia cafe always makes me feel relaxed when sipping a cup of passionate cappuccino and watching the flow of people passing by.
The owner of the shop is from Da Nang, dropped out of Economics to come back to tinker, research and produce his own coffee. Every time I talk to him, I feel more motivated to pursue my youthful dream. Looking at the 9x owner proudly talking about the thorny road he has gone through, I understand more about the so-called value of passion, and perseverance.
Cruise on Hoai River in the evening
Enjoy Cao Lau specialties
Experience Coconut Forest Ecological Area
There is nothing more beautiful in Hoi An than the Bay Mau coconut forest, the green coconut forest growing on both sides of the turquoise river, in the ecological area there is a thrilling game on the basket boat, you sit on the basket boat with the driver. The boat will stand on the boat and use the oars with skillful movements that make the boat rotate very quickly on the water without you being able to be thrown out.
Hoi An has a lot of places to hang out in Hoi An for you to explore, each place has its own historical story and has a different attractive beauty, nothing is the same, so when Come here you will find a lot of interesting things
Visiting Hoi An silk village
Hoi An Silk Village is located at 28 Nguyen Tat Thanh, only 1km from the center of Hoi An, so moving to the pottery village is very convenient and easy. This is a beautiful place in Hoi An, because of the 300-year-old craft village, the green space covers the craft village, visitors will be able to participate and learn about the quintessential products of the craft village.
In addition to the traditional craft villages of Hoi An, there are also extremely attractive Hoi An tourist areas, the space designs here will help you relax, comfortably drop into the natural space.
Enjoy Hoi An coffee
Take pictures for memories
Visiting Thanh Ha Pottery Village
Only 3km west of Hoi An ancient town, Thanh Ha pottery village is located at Pham Phan, block 5 of Thanh Ha ward, 300 years old pottery village with rows of areca in front of the alley, newly shaped ceramic products are brought out. sunbathing along the roadside. The path of the village is made of baked bricks, the baked tiles cover all the roofs.
Shops selling ceramic souvenirs such as bowls, plates, potted plants… are decorated with beautiful colors, you can even make your own products under the guidance of artisans. Don’t forget to visit the terracotta park when visiting the craft village. This is a tourist destination in Hoi An you cannot ignore.
Check-in Hoi An Covered Bridge
Going to Hoi An, you must definitely visit Hoi An Covered Bridge not only to check in but also to know more about the historical and cultural value of this place. You will find it extremely interesting when you carry with you the “small” Bridge Pagoda every day, because the image of this work is printed on the back of the 20.000 VND bill, which is now in front of you the real “super large” version. “.
Built by the Japanese across a small creek, the temple is located on a bridge, with a delicate and unique design built of wood, the pillars are made of bricks, the roof is curved with decorative motifs. Meticulously elaborate carving with bold Vietnamese character.
Chua Cau is checked in by many young people because of the unique bridge design with the bridge’s pink lipstick, making the photos look extremely “pretty”.
See the street of lanterns
The feature of Hoi An is lanterns, taking pictures with lanterns during the day is beautiful, but when the night falls, the lanterns are lit up to be super shimmering and brilliant. Lanterns are hung all over the place. aisles, decoration before and in many stores and shops.
When it is dark, you are confused about what to play at night in Hoi An. I will suggest you to try the lantern street in the evening. The craft of making lanterns in Hoi An is nearly 400 years old, the artisans create lanterns very meticulously in every elaborate stage. Hoi An lanterns look soft and elegant with the main structure being a bamboo frame, silk fabric on the outside with colorful decorative motifs looking very beautiful.
See Hoi An ancient town from above
Coming to Hoi An, you definitely have to sit at a shop, enjoy a cup of pure, lightly fragrant coffee and watch the flow of people walking up and down. It’s one of those experiences that everyone who goes home wants to come back. , unique to itself. Here, you will see mossy old red-roofed houses, simple but poetic window corners, pedestrian-filled streets and especially the beautiful sunset.
Check-in Hoang Van Thu Street
What is there in Hoang Van Thu that attracts so many young people? These are the beautiful scenes in Hoi An you should visit. That is the famous “legendary” brick wall because, between the yellow walls, there is a white wall covered with moss.
This famous wall is not smooth in one color, but moss patches have created blocks on the wall that are very eye-catching. The wall is also dotted with three blue doorways, the top part has winding borders. Surely standing here taking pictures you will have very “artistic” photos. When someone asks you what to play in Hoi An? Please introduce them to this Hoang Van Thu street.
Snorkeling to see coral in Cu Lao Cham
Enjoy “the best bread on earth”
Enjoy the peace of Tra cinnamon vegetable village
4 km from the center of Hoi An, Tra Que vegetable village is a place for tourists who like to enjoy the fresh air and peace of mind after hard working days. Hoi An is truly a wonderful place, with the sea, the old town, the countryside, the fields, all the most basic things one would expect. On a sunny afternoon, cycling around the winding alleys of the vegetable village makes the heart strangely peaceful. The street is empty and quiet. Every moment, we look up and catch the brilliant sunset, illuminating the horizon.