Located in the center of Vietnam, Hoi An is the perfect destination for a beach break in Vietnam. Fly from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Danang, where a thirty minute transfer will take you to your resort in Hoi An. Spend four days on magnificent Cua Dai beach, relaxing or exploring the town and its attractions.
Travel to Hoi An Vietnam
Unesco last year named the town as one of Vietnam’s four World Heritage sites. Hoi An is now part of Quang Nam province.
Japanese BridgeBuilt in 1593 by the town’s Japanese community. The bridge links Tran Phu and Nguyen Thi Minh Khai streets.
Phuoc Kien Assembly HallAt 46 Tran Phu, the place where merchants from Fujian province (Phuoc Kien in Vietnamses) in China used to gather.
Quan Cong TempleAt 24 Tran Phu in the north side of the Hoi An market , this temple is dedicated to Quan Cong, a Chinese general.
Cua Dai BeachGreat beach 5km of Hoi An town . Sit in a deckchair and dine on seafood.
Tra Kieu CitadelA 15th century Champa fortress in Duy Xuyen distric.
Chien Dan TowerBuilt in the 11th century in honour of the Champa’s Hindu deities . In Tan Ky town, 55km west of Hoi An.
Suoi Tien SpringsA noted beauty spot in Que Son distric, with 13 waterfalls nestled among mountains and forests.
My Son SanctuaryThe holy Champa city ,built in the fourth century , was recognised as a world heritage site in 1999. It was the sight of the important Cham intellectual and religious centre, and also served as a burial place for Cham monarchs. The monuments here are set in a verdant valley surrounded bu hills and shadowed by the massive Cat’s Tooth Mountain(Hon Quap). Clear brooks (perfect for a dip) run between the structures and past nearby coffee plantations. Most of the temple in My Son were dedicated to Cham kings associated with divinities.