Hoi An travel guide

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You're Going to Love Hoi An

A UNESCO World Heritage Site for good reason, Hoi An marries a storied past to a charming and peaceful aesthetic, while catering to fans of fine clothing from all over the world. The Ancient Town has outstanding examples of Chinese architecture from over a thousand years ago, and there are few concrete buildings to mar the experience.

No matter what brings you to the city - its world-renowned garment shops, its amazing cuisine, or its lantern-filled islands - you're sure to be surprised by what you find, and Hoi An caters to both young and old travelers.

Let Hoi An astonish you with its dazzling variety of cultural delights. There is something for everyone in this city.

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When to Visit Hoi An

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The summer months bring crowds and rain to Hoi An. Winter is a much better time to visit. The weather is usually temperate, with temperatures hovering in the 60s in January, and you'll have more luck seeing the city in peace.

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Where to Stay in Hoi An

Hoi An has hundreds of hotels and guesthouses. Those looking to walk around the city should opt for a location near the Ancient Town. Popular spots include the Hoi An NGO Homestay and the Hoi An Green Heaven Resort & Spa.

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Shopping Streets

With over 600 clothing stores, nearly the entire city is a shopping district. The old quarter has perhaps the highest concentration of stores, but there are plenty to be found throughout Hoi An.

Groceries and Other

If you're looking to buy groceries, try going to areas of the city that have lower tourist populations. Street vendors sell all sorts of fruit and nuts there. Hoi An does not have major supermarkets, but Ly Thuong Kiet has many smaller grocery stores. Apples cost about ₫40,000 per pound, while bread fetches around ₫13,000 a loaf.

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Where to Eat in Hoi An

The island of An Hoi is a great option for foodies. Featuring both local and international cuisine, the island's restaurants appeal to a wide range of travelers. Popular eateries on the island include Enjoy Restaurant Ice Cream Bar & Restaurant. Expect prices of about ₫100,000 per meal. Cao lau and White Rose are the local specialties. In addition to the island, the Central Market teems with food stalls, one of which has earned international attention for its Cao Lau and was featured on Anthony Bourdain's travel show.