The reasons Hoi An becomes an attractive destination in the world

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Hoi An is a destination that has never been old, even though it is tinged with the color of time with its ancient, stylish, mossy appearance, but Hoi An is always in the hearts of domestic and foreign tourists. strange lead …

Not only an attractive tourist destination in the country, the ancient town of Hoi An now affirms its position of choosing “top trend” of many international tourists when coming to Vietnam. If you have been to the ancient ancient Hoi An, you must recognize one of the following reasons that makes this place so attractive.


In the old town area, you will be able to walk freely on the roadway without having to worry about traffic safety. Hoi An at night is more and more seductive by the gentle light radiating from the lovely lanterns. You will feel immediately interested in this space because it is like stepping into the old space of hundreds of years ago right in the “present tense”.


  • Hoi An is far from Da Nang city, a major tourist center with an international airport, about 30 km to the south. Hoi An is located in Quang Nam province, but the nearest airport is in Da Nang.
  • For train, Hanoi and Saigon both have North-South train lines to Da Nang station, ticket prices range from 400,000 to 1,200,000 VND depending on the type of train, seat. You can also choose to stop at Tam Ky station (Quang Nam) and from here take the car to Hoi An.
  • From Da Nang city to Hoi An, you can move along Highway 1 south about 27 km to Vinh Dien street and then turn left for another 10 km to reach Hoi An or refer to the route from Da Nang center crosses the Han River Bridge to the provincial road of Da Nang – Hoi An, about 30 km to Hoi An.


As a famous tourist city, Hoi An now has a full range of quality transportation services such as buses, taxis, motorbike taxi and cyclo. You can choose to rent a motorbike at the price of 120,000 – 150,000 VND / car and if you want to fully enjoy the cultural space of the old town, the best means is a bicycle, the rental price is only 30,000 – 50,000 VND / day.


This busy tourist city has no shortage of resort paradise so you can rest assured about your accommodation. If you want to enjoy the “luxury” style “aristocratic”, you can book a room at KimAn Hoi An Hotel & Spa (No. 461- 463 Hai Ba Trung), Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort & Spa ( Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An Ancient Town) or The Palm Garden Beach Hoi An Resort (Lac Long Quan Street, Cua Dai Beach).

You should also pay attention to some hotels with beautiful background and quality such as Maison Vy Hotel which is located in a very convenient location when it is about 1.5 km from the city center or Heron House, Vinh Hung Library … are also the Noteworthy name, room rates here range from 700,000 VND to more than 1 million VND depending on where you choose.

In addition, you should also take bags of beautiful and well-priced homestays such as Moon’s Homestay located at 82 Ngo Quyen and Maison De Tau located at Nguyen Dinh Chieu street and An Bang Beach Hideaway Homestay …


Cau Pagoda, also known as the Japanese Bridge, is compared to the jewel in the heart of Hoi An when crossing the creek flowing into the Thu Bon River, right between Nguyen Thi Minh Khai and Tran Phu streets. With a long history and unique design, harmoniously converging architectural styles of Vietnam, China, Japan and the West, Cau Pagoda has become a famous “holy land” that anyone sets foot in Hoi City. also look forward to visiting.

Fujian Assembly Hall, Chaozhou Assembly Hall and Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation, which have been built for a long time, possess many special values ​​about architectural structures with sophisticated carvings and beautiful porcelain embossed works. . Especially, this is the place where many sacred festivals take place, attracting a large number of tourists from all directions.

Besides, if you want to have unique photos, the lantern street, the wall of Hoang Van Thu street and the bouquets of confetti on the top of the road to the old town are the best options.


Cua Dai Beach and An Bang Beach are two beautiful beaches, famous for their fine white sand, clear blue water, and fresh seafood stalls available. Coming to this place, you will feel a wonderful nature as you walk along the sand and catch the sunrise.

The exterior of Thu Bon River is also a “fairy scene” that you should not miss, especially on the two banks of the river there are beautiful sand dunes with picturesque fields and mountains.

Thanh Ha Pottery Village and Kim Bong carpentry village will definitely give you a great experience. Coming to these craft villages, you will be able to admire the stages of crafting many sophisticated art products.

Not only attractive by architectural spaces characterized by “technology”, Hoi An also has a wealth of fascinating things, from classic style brocade stalls, attractive golden alleys to Food stall is both delicious and cheap.


Hoi An cuisine is one of the factors that make Hoi An capture the hearts of any visitors when coming to this ancient town. Referring to Hoi An, people not only mention the old yellow-painted houses on the two sides of the road, the Hoai River causes “nostalgia”, the colorful lanterns, but also mention the dishes such as tall buildings, cakes. The world’s best noodles, chicken rice, stir-fried mussels, smashed rice paper, corn tea …

The dishes in Hoi An cuisine come from the most ordinary and poetic dishes of the Central people in particular and the Vietnamese people in general. The high-rise bowl is enchanting with crispy crust cake, richly marinated pork, and elaborately processed high-rise fibers, unique to Hoi An, making diners even “the most difficult” must also compliment delicious.

When you come to Hoi An, don’t forget to try the “world’s best” bread. Although it is also bread, meat, rolls, eggs, raw vegetables, butter, pate, but it seems to the salesman’s mind that it becomes an attractive street food. Going a short distance to the riverside, you can visit any restaurant to enjoy a plate of stir-fried mussels served with crispy rice paper, and a cup of “sniffle” corn tea.