Chips ‘N’ Fish ‘N’ Stuff
Loved by Hoi An expats the service at Chips n Fish n Stuff is exemplary and the beer's icy cold. The seafood is great, and the atmosphere is friendly.
Mai Fish offers outstanding traditional Vietnamese cuisine in Hoi An. It’s a celebration of local home cooking in a verdant courtyard.
If you are looking for something truly unique, individual and interesting to take back home, head to shops like Villagecraft Planet in Phan Boi Chau Street.
Hoi An's Minh Hien Vegetarian Restaurant and its sibling venue, Minh Hien 2, are two of the best-value restaurants going. Great vegetarian cooking class also.
Cham Island: An Unspoilt Paradise
Spend the day snorkeling and exploring the lovely and unspoiled marine-protected Cham Islands, the least developed islands in Vietnam. Experience the islands as a day trip from Hoi An or an overnight stay in one of the rustic island homestays. Also the best spot for scuba diving enthusiasts. As well as the aquatic activities over the extraordinary coral reefs, eating and drinking, karaoke and shopping, parasailing/paragliding and motor bike rides all play their part on a visit to the Cham Islands. But it’s also a glorious opportunity to get away from it all if you move across the island away from the central landing point towards Bai Ong village and Bai Chuong Beach.
Getting around Hoi An is relatively easy as there are only a few main arterial roads – notably Hai Ba Trung (city to An Bang Beach) and Cua Dai Road (city to Cua Dai Beach). You can walk, grab a bicycle or a motor bike and find your way around without too much trouble. But ... Read more
Hoi An Cycling Tours
Bicycling in Hoi An: for amateur cyclists, Hoi An is particularly blessed! It’s flat as a tack, small, and far less traffic-scary than many other cities.