About Hoi An
BEACHES HOI AN
Hoi An’s beaches are an essential stop during the roasting summer months. Whether you want to boogie the night away to live tunes at a beach bar or simply relax and enjoy the rhythm of the waves, beaches in Hoi An have it all.
HOI AN MARKETS
At the heart of many a town’s culture is its central market, and Hoi An is no exception. To some, a morning spent traipsing around stacks of material and pungent foodstuffs is an ideal excursion; to others, markets are their idea of hell. But if you’re interested in a slice of real ‘Hoi An’ life, and of joining the locals in their search for the freshest produce, you’ve got to play the market game.
ABOUT HOI AN
Welcome to Hoi An Guide. Here you can find the answer to all your questions, curiosities and confusions. So let’s tell you about Hoi An.
HOI AN STREET FOOD
One of Hoi An’s most famous street food dishes is Cao Lau. But what other dishes does Hoi An have to offer? Put together by Hoi An Food Safari, this Guide to Hoi An Street Food provides an instructive take on many of the different foods you’ll come across in Hoi An.
HOI AN WEATHER
So when is the best time to visit Hoi An?
Most agree February to May is best – after the wet and cold and before the big, enervating heat of high summer. During these months the days are sunny and warm and free from the debilitating heat and humidity that comes in July – August.
Vietnamese culture is intriguing for foreigners, its varied influences rendering it quite mysterious and unpredictable. Even the large number of expats who’ve lived here for a while still find it so. But if you get better acquainted with the culture of Vietnam it’s a fascinating, rewarding and extremely helpful experience that will enable you to integrate and establish sturdy local relationships.