Pho Hoi I Hotel

7/2 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An, Vietnam
Pho Hoi I Hotel
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Forum Posts

Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by koenigma

What is the best place ot change GBP to Dong in Hoi An? where is the places you get ripped?

Re: Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by NedHopkins

Some hotels (e.g., HoiAn Life Resort) will exchange currencies. Also, there are a good many ATMs in HoiAn.

Re: Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by om_212

the best echange places are banks, and there are several of them in Hoi An. you can also withdraw money from ATM machines, as suggested by a previous VT-fellow. hotels tend ot offer a slightly lower rate.

Re: Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by Foundryman1

I used ATMs and also used the hotels front desks to exchange money.
An ATM will get you a good rate but when you get home -depending on your bank or credit card-you'll get hit with a foriegn transaction fee.Hotels gave a fair rate but the exchange rate varied with how much you were changing at the time.

Banks will get you big bills if you need them but small merchants won't be able to make change .I brought a stack of $1 and $2 US bills for small purchases -never had any problems but you'll get a better deal paying with Dong.Merchants will round off to the nearest thousand dong if you're paying with dollars-usually in their favour

Re: Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by koenigma

Yeah I will stick to Dong I notice the exchange today is 24000-ish VND to 1 GBP compared to 17000-ish VND to 1 USD. Got to be better little and often for the money exchange perhaps. Thanks.

Re: Money exchange in Hoi an, best place?

by calhorn77

If you are UKbased get a Nationwide Flex account- they let you withdraw from ATMs and there is no charge for it

Has worked like a charm in India and europe, we will be in Hoi An in June and intend on using it again

Travel Tips for Hoi An

Wandering the Streets of Heritage Town

by sieffron

Hoi An is a very atmospheric town and there's lots to observe when you walk the streets of the Heritage town. There's people in conical hats transporting goods to and fro in baskets fixed to opposite ends of a bamboo pole slung over their shoulders, schoolgirls in traditional white ao dai's riding bicycles, and lots of colorful French colonial architecture.
Although not a big city (population of roughly 75,000), Hoi An is a prime example of how many Vietnamese towns hustle and bustle with a metropolitan feel. There's plenty of moving and shaking among those residents not directly involved in the tourist trade and the streets of Hoi An are always teeming with industrious Vietnamese. Hoi An is a very lively town and its energy is infectious. It's a fun town to bound around, ducking into shops, touring its historical sites, and relaxing in small cafes with fried spring rolls and beer.

Tourism meets local life.

by worldkiwi

In Hoi An, as in much of Vietnam, tourism has not (in 2005 anyway) imposed brutally on the local way of life. Local people go about their local lives pretty much undisturbed by tourism and tourists, therefore, gain an even richer experience from visiting Vietnamese towns and cities. Hoi An is probably the most "touristy" town in Vietnam, but you can still experience that warm and natural Vietnamese social interaction that is a special trademark of this country.


by balhannah

Hoi An lanterns ........The silk lanterns are almost everywhere in Hoi An, with a myriad of shapes and designs in every kind of colour you can think of. You will see Lantern shops, and Lanterns just about anywhere.

The Lanterns are made of a frame of bamboo and wood that is covered with flowery or plain, coloured silk. Additionally, artisans decorate the lantern with interesting poems or create a painting telling tales.
Hoi An’s silk lanterns are a blend of Japanese, Chinese and Vietnamese elements.

If you wish to buy one to take home, and looking at it, you don't know how? well.......craftsmen have designed lanterns that easily fold up into bags or suitcases, this solves that problem

On the 15th of every lunar month, the town turns off its street lamps and fluorescent lights, leaving the Old Quarter bathed in the glow of colored silk lanterns.

market photography

by richiecdisc

A backpack makes travel in Southeast Asia that much easier. Not only is it practical in getting from point A to B, but often you get hassled a lot less by those trying to steer you to their "brother's" hotel. The train station seems that much closer and walking is cheaper than taking a taxi. Sturdy footwear is always a plus when carrying a backpack but sandles are nice to have when just walking around the city sightseeing. Tampons are not readily available in Vietnam. If you need 'em, bring 'em. A wide angle makes it easier to squeeze that whole temple in and at the market, a zoom is essential for taking candid shots of the hawkers. A great travel partner like D makes any trip that much better. Thanks D.

Animal market

by balhannah

By the river bridge that crosses over to Can Am Island is the animal market.
The Market is located just around the corner in Bach Dang street. You walk into the market area from the river bridge road, where the Tin smiths workshops are. Just a short way in, and hidden, are the animal markets where you will see the chickens, ducks, pigeons and pigs for sale. There is plenty of wheeling and dealing going on by the buyers and sellers. Nobody seemed to mind me having a look and taking photo's.
I was the only Westerner here, everybody walked past the entrance, so I thought it was quite an interesting find!
It is on the side located nearest the river.

Location Bach Dang Street, Hoi An


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