Hoi An is one of the country’s picture-perfect places, but starting in September, tropical storms are likely to hit Central Vietnam hard. March is an excellent time to see Hội An when the fields, gardens, and streets are flooded with bright blossoms and soothing greens. From May to August, the town can be hot, and you’ll want to head to the beach to cool off. In the late months of the year, from September to November, Hoi An sees a lot of rain and even a few small floods. The temperatures begin to dip and reach their coldest point in January, warming up just before the Vietnamese new year.
Hoi An Ancient Town is a popular destination with heritage sites in the Central area of Vietnam. It is famous for rich historical and cultural traditions crystallized over many years.
Each year, Hoi An attracts a large amount of domestic and foreign tourists. Nowadays, Hoi An has still preserved almost intact many relic attractions with ancient architecture like residential buildings, Phuc Kien assembly hall, Tan Ky Old House, Phung Hung Old Town, Japanese Covered Bridge, shrines, bridges, docks, markets ...and the streets forming a checkerboard pattern typical in old urban cities. Besides, you may leave all your worries behind and spend time having fun on the beautiful Cua Dai beach or Cham Island.
Furthermore, the daily life of the residents along with their customs, religious activities, folk art, and cultural festivals are now being preserved and developed with eco-tours in natural landscapes. All these things made up an attractive Hoi An in the eyes of locals and international visitors.
Our travel guides will probably help you make better trips in Hoi An.