Things to do in Hoi An
- 23 reviews
The western extremity of Tran Phu is marked by a small arched bridge of red-painted wood, popularly known as the Japanese Covered Bridge, which has been adopted as Hoi An’s emblem. It was known to exist in the mid-sixteenth century, and has subsequently been reconstructed several times to the same simple design. According to local folklore, the bridge was erected ...Popular withLocalSpiritualBackpackers
- 32 reviews
This market is located across the river from the town. It has everything from local food and drinks to clothing to souvenirs, but the most noticeable item is the silk lanterns this town is famous for. There are tons of different colors, shapes, materials and sizes to pick from. Even though you're not planning on buying one, they make an ...Popular withLocalDesignBudget
- 51 review
Historically, Hoi An’s ethnic Chinese population organized themselves according to their place of origin (Fujian, Guangdong, Chaozhou or Hainan). Just east of the Japanese Bridge you can’t miss the Cantonese Assembly Hall, its gaudy entrance arch a recent embellishment to the original late eighteenth-century hall built by immigrants from Guangdong.
- 61 review
My family of 4 (girls aged 7 & 9) and my brother's family of 4 (boys aged 9 & 11) booked a private morning countryside tour without lunch. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour, the boat rides and the stops we made to learn about how the local people earn their livelihood and how they live. The kids found it interesting ...Popular withFamilies
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This is truly the best way to see Hoi An. Jump on the back or ride your own moto, through villages and the countryside. Super fun and really great guys who will lead you to all the best spots in town, this was the highlight of Hoi An for me.
- 91 review
perfect place for shopping jacket, T-shirt or some souvenir things
- 101 review
Custom made shoes in many styles. You can even design your own. Excellent service (even during Tet when all of the employees were off the owner looked after us herself - even delivering the shoes to our hotel!) They also have a bag/luggage shop a few blocks away.Popular withLuxuryBudgetLocal
- 131 review
The diminutive Mr. Xe, in the heart of Hoi An's Old Town, is a man who knows his way around a suit. Tape-measure in hand, he'll happily fit you for hand-tailored bespoke suits, trousers, shirts, blouses or dresses, to be knocked-up within just 48 hours. As he'll also take more measurements at a secondary fitting, you can be sure that ...Popular withBudgetLuxury
- 141 review
After the guide meets you/picks you up from your hotel, you meet with your group (up to 10 people) and shop for your days' ingredients at the street market. This is followed by a 30-45 minute boat ride to the island. Once there, the cooking begins. Four dishes over the course of the 4-5 hour class. All the bottled water, ...