Hoi An is not only delicious food that attracts the chefs of the world but also the sea, islands and forests for visitors to explore.
Referring to Hoi An is to mention the rows of antique yellow houses on the Hoi River, the scene of Hoi an’s sparkling lanterns at night, or some of the most popular delicacies. Famous for a long time but Hoi An is still a place to “nostalgia not bored” for travelers love travel by convenient, affordable and always keep the beauty of Quang. Visitors can travel to Hoi An throughout the year, but most still in summer.
Transportation very conveniences
From Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City you can catch trains, buses or airplanes to Da Nang. Then transfer from Da Nang to Hoi An by car, bus or motorbike. However, the fastest way is to take the plane. Such as Vietnam Airlines, Jetstar, Vietjet Air to Da Nang International Airport, just 3 km from the city center. Round trip ticket for a person from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Da Nang from 1.5 million or more.
You should buy tickets early to get good prices and more convenient. Note: if you travel on summer time let book airplane ticket as soon as possible. Because it’s summer holiday for local – the peak tourist season in the Central.
At Da Nang Airport you can choose to take the shuttle bus from the airport, or rent a motorbike, take the bus from the city to the center of Hoi An. For those who like freedom of travel can rent motorcycles from Danang to enjoy all three days in Hoi An for about 150,000 per day.
If you take the bus you take line 01 Da Nang – Hoi An run from 5:30 to 17:50 daily with a fare of 20,000 VND per person. If traveling 3 or more people and want to move quickly from the airport directly to Hoi An, you should call taxi, passenger car transfer cost from 250,000 VND per trip.
In order to move in Hoi An, you can use your own bicycle, rent motorbike from the hotel, the homestay you live in. With the bike rent is 20,000 VND per day, the motor is 120,000 VND. It’s not bad ideal if your Da Nang tour 1 night before to Hoi An at weekend. That you have chance to see the dragon bridge fire at night.
Hotels, homestay varied
Hoi An has its own beauty each season, but the most crowded is still the summer. So if you go this season you should find out where to book as soon as possible, especially for the weekend.
Hotel prices, 4 or 5 star resort here is about 2.5 million or more for a double room night. Hoi An has more and more new resorts with beautiful locations such as Cam Chau ward, An Bang seaside, Cua Dai beach.
Homestay in Hoi An has also grown rapidly in recent years, can serve all objects from guests traveling alone, in groups or family. Not only is a clean place to sleep, the homestay is cared for with architecture, unique furniture, lovely gardens, spacious rooms and airy. Hoi An tours homestay prices are very cheap, not much fluctuating in the peak season, from 200,000 VND per night for one person.
Some nice homestay are the Maison de Tau, Under the Coconut Tree, An Bang Beach Hideaway, Heron House, Le Bleu …
Hoi An foods
Hoi An is known as a culinary paradise with countless delicacies. Not only locals, but also world-famous chefs. Such as Anthony Bourdain (USA), Luke Nguyen (Australia) Cameron Stauch (Canada) … In addition to the variety of food, prices in Hoi An is very “pleasant” with the sale of tea pavement is only 5,000 – 10,000 a cup, bread price 15,000-25,000 VND a floor or high floor, Quang noodles only 25,000.
Tours to Hoi An tourists never fear of hunger and lack of food choices. From early morning to late night, the Hoi An City is full of open bars and welcoming crowds. The famous eating places that Vietnamese and foreign visitors can not be ignored are: Ba Boi chicken rice, Phuong bread, Madam Khanh bread, Ba Kei rice cake, Vegetarian rice market, Hoi An, high floor Thanh …
Hoi An’s sidewalk snacks, especially sweet ones, can not count. Desserts should be sweet, cream tea, lotus tea, tea beans, bamboo shoots, mango, pork …
Nice coffee shops
For drinks outside herbal tea, tea and coffee in Hoi An is also delicious. In addition, each coffee shop in the Old Quarter has its own charm. Many restaurants are located in the hundreds of years old houses, the restaurant is located on the top floor, so guests can watch the city while sipping drinks, or the restaurant has staff members are deaf.
For Vietnam family tours who love to see Hoi An from the height can go to Faifo Café. It’s located on the third floor of a house on Tran Phu Street. But if you want quiet space can go to the Reaching Out tea shop, or enjoy Italian ice cream with delicious coffee in Hoi An Roastery … In addition, if you are hard to find in the alleyways of the old town. You also find many teahouses, coffee is bold city of Hoi An, bringing modern breath by attracting many visitors.
You can refer to the article sharing experience when traveling to Hoi An for the journey of exploring our beautiful city.