Where to stay in Hoi An

Hoi An is now enjoying something of a renaissance as visitors flock to the once peaceful town. The ancient streets and temples have withstood this modern onslaught remarkably well, and Hoi An remains a “must see” on any tour of … Continue reading

Things to do in Hoi An

1.    Join Free Bicycle Cam Kim Island Tour with www.yourlocalbooking.com Cam Kim is a scenic rural island which is almost entirely free of tourists. Stunning rural scenes, rice paddies, villages, fields of water buffalo and quiet roads are the big … Continue reading

Street food in hoi an

The following vendors wander the streets of Hoi An selling their food, which should not be viewed as inedible or dubious in any way – it’s all fabulous food which we eat nearly every day and have not had any … Continue reading

Hoi An Weather

The dry season is from February until May. These months provide plenty of sunshine, with warm temperatures. May to August can be uncomfortably hot but should also be relatively dry, and the sea is calmer, so better for swimming, diving … Continue reading

Hoi An Monsoon season

All travellers should be aware that annual monsoon season is from 1 September until mid-December at least! Great care by all visitors should be taken during extreme rains & when there are strong onshore North East winds during lunar calendar … Continue reading

Best Time to Visit Hoi An

All travellers should be aware that annual monsoon season is from 1 September until mid-December at least! Great care by all visitors should be taken during extreme rains & when there are strong onshore North East winds during lunar calendar … Continue reading

Hoi An Ancient Town An Ancient Beauty of Viet Nam

The moment you enter the city, the mystique of a secluded ancient town, isolated from the modern world, will make you feel you have travelled back in time, to the old countryside society of Vietnam. Hoi An is a small … Continue reading