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Hoi An Old Town Food Tour by Night
"After meeting your small group in Hoi An follow your knowledgeable local guide on foot from one Old Town favorite to another. Start your food walking tour at a local bakery where you can fire up your taste buds with the tastiest banh mi in town — a scrumptious baguette sandwich using fre take a seat at a small eatery to devour hot and crunchy banh can crackers served with quail eggs pork and salad. One of the highlights of the local food scene this dish is an absolute must-eat.Continue into the heart of the city and head straight for the atmospheric central market filled with hundreds of street hawkers and food stalls. Let your guide walk you through the colorful array of local ingredients including fresh noodles
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Vietnamese Cooking Class and Hoi An Ancient Town Walking Tour
"Discover the history and flavors of Vietnam during this walking and cooking tour in Hoi An. Oozing with charm and having largely escaped the destruction of successive wars Hoi An is lined with streets and architecture that are a delight to explore. After meeting your guide head straight for Ancient Town ready to hit its enchanting streets.A UNESCO World Heritage Site Ancient Town is packed with buildings of historical and cultural significance and boasts a number of streets that are off-limits to cars. Stroll past the many Chinese assembly halls from the Cantonese Chinese Congregation with its impressive main altar
From $55.00
 
Hoi An Countryside Bike Tour Including Thu Bon River Cruise
"From your tour meeting point hop on your bike and follow your guide down back streets toward country lanes just outside of town. Then take in the gorgeous landscapes of the countryside as your small group rides past emerald-green rice paddies and winding waterways. Stop at several of the villages dotting the area chatting with locals and waving to children as you learn more about the lifestyle and culture in this region of Vietnam. Next follow your guide to the banks of the Thu Bon River for a boat cruise along the waterway. Admire picturesque views of the area as your small group rides toward one of the river’s small islands. After you disembark enjoy a scrumptious barbecue feast that awaits you! While getting your fill of the local specialties enjoy a gorgeous sunset over the river with bobbing fishing boats in the foreground.Afterward
From $56.00

More Transportation in Hoi An

Rent a bicycle or motorbike and head to the beach

The beach is about 4km from the center of town. Once you get close to the beach, they will ask you to park your vehicle in a parking area. Only the locals are allowed to take their vehicle on the road...
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KhanhLy
Mar 16, 2005

the bus, the train and some boats

Getting to and from Hoi An is generally going to involve taking a bus. From the north, the train only goes as far as Danang so that is not an option. Many backpackers opt for the open ticket bus that...
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richiecdisc
Jan 25, 2005

The Boat Thing

Beside cyclo & bike (too fast to tour Hoi An), boat service across the river for bringing goods to wet market, passengers & also bicycle from the other side of river bank is consider quite...
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muddybok
Sep 22, 2004

Walking

One of the great things about Hoi An is is small size and compactness. Almost everything is within easy walking distance and the town is pretty flat so no major hills involved.Although you will see...
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pmarshuk
Dec 09, 2003

Camel travels

There are many travel agencies in the modern part of Hoi An. I used this as I had a hop on hop off bus from Saigon and it stopped me here. Each little agency has its own minibus with daytrips to the...
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SirRichard
Oct 02, 2003

Local Boats

If you want to have a boat ride in the Thu Bon River, you can hire a private rowing boat (with driver) for 2 USD/hour. But if you are in a budget, there are some local boats (see pic) that cross the...
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SirRichard
Oct 01, 2003
 
 
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Bus

I arrived and left the place on one of those "hop on- hop off" buses that go along the coast of Vietnam, from Saigon to Hanoi and viceversa. There are many of these private buses, almost each little...
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SirRichard
Oct 01, 2003

Stroll Around

The centre of Hoi An is a great place to walk around. No cars or lorries are allowed but as this is Vietnam there are motorbikes everywhere so you need to keep an eye out!As you walk be sure to look...
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jmmorgan
Aug 31, 2003

TM Brothers and the pain

Being hard girls we took the whole trip from Saigon at once, so 24h on the road. After the nice huge bus with only 9 tourists inside, we had to change on the small one packed till the last place. And...
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tabatha
Aug 31, 2002

Cycle around town

If you do not want to walk, you can rent a bicycle for just 16,000 dong and tour around town. Also a good way if you want to check out the off the beaten track places.
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kenningst
Jun 06, 2008

the back of a motorbike

This is THE way to see most of Vietnam. Luckily my chef friend took me around the outskirst of Hoi An on the back of his.
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ellielou
Aug 08, 2006

Danang Airport

The closest airport to Hoi An is Danang. I don't remember exactly, but it's something along the lines of a $10 taxi fare to the center of Hoi An from there.
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ellielou
Aug 08, 2006

Top Hotels in Hoi An

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111 Ngo Quyen, An Hoi Islet, Hoi An, Vietnam
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132 Hung Vuong Street, Thanh Ha Ward
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Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An Town, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Hamlet 1, Dien Duong Village, Dien Ban District, Hoi An, Vietnam
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488 Cua Dai Street, Hoi An, Vietnam
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06-08 Phan Boi Chau Street, Hoi An, Vietnam
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Top Things to Do in Hoi An

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Simon The Tailor

Simon The Tailor is the family tailor running business. I can not say enough about the owner of this shop - Mrs Lang who is friendly and has a good experience in suit and shirt made. She understood my...
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walking ancient town

– On 14th in lunar every month: Extremely wonderful, so interesting if you go to Hoi An at this time. On the day close to lunar month, all the family in the ancient town of Hoi An will turn off...
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A Dong Silk Tailors

This review is for the 40, Le Loi shop. We've came to A Dong Silk after research online on Tripadvisor and Lonely Planet. I had prepared a lot of photos with u, both front-side as backshots which...
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Tra Que Riverside Resort and Spa.

We were not having good luck with hotels this trip so I did not have high hopes for this hotel, especially when our taxi couldn't find it and when we did, it was down a small roadway. At the end of...
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My Son Sanctuary

A UNESCO World Heritage Archeological Site in the same group of Angkor (Cambodia), Ayutthaya (Thailand) and Borobudur (Indonesia), the My Son Sanctuary does not minimally compare in term of grandeur...
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Cua Dai Beach

Cua Dai Beach is the best place to go swimming while in Hoi An. Although some of the more upmarket hotels have their own pools, there's nothing better than swimming in the sea. Cua Dai Beach consists...
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richiecdisc

"On the Embodiment of Vietnam: Hoi An"
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balhannah

"Hoi An 22/3/08 to 25/3/08"
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SirRichard

"A charming piece of History"
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Greggor58

"UNESCO HERITAGE Site..a Vietnamese HIGHLIGHT..."
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call_me_rhia

"The old town of Hoi An"
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