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Hoi An

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The jewel of Vietnam

Lying on Vietnamís central eastern coast, Hoi An is a charming ancient trading town whose Old Town became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 in an effort to preserve the historic architecture, which is an eclectic mix of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and European influences. Add to this stunning beaches just ten minutes drive away and itís easy to understand Hoi Anís appeal.

Why visit Hoi An?

  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Captivating history
  • Fantastic beach nearby
  • Jam packed with sights
  • Incredible cuisine
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Palm Garden Beach Resort & Spa  - Pool

Palm Garden Resort & Spa

From £56 pp
Silver Plus

Set on 12 acres of landscaped tropical gardens, this award-winning hotel provides a wide variety of leisure activities and guest accommodation.

Boutique Hoi An - Pool Exterior

Boutique Hoi An

From £56 pp

This charming colonial resort lies on a beautiful stretch of Cua Dai Beach, just ten minutes drive from Hoi An town

Four Seasons Resort, The Nam Hai  - One Bedroom Villa

Four Seasons Resort, The Nam Hai

From £269 pp
The Prestige Collection - for those who demand the ultimate in luxurious accommodation

Ideally located close to both Danang and Hoi An, The Nam Hai has an enviable setting on the white sands of Ha My Beach, a picturesque section of the world-famous China Beach.

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The facts:

Getting there: There is no airport in Hoi An. The neighbouring city of Danang has daily flights from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City Siem Reap and is just 30 minutes drive away.

Best time to travel: Hoi An has two main seasons, rainy and dry, with average year round temperatures of 29ļC. The dry season from February to May brings temperatures in the mid to high 20ļs, low humidity, less rainfall and warm sunshine. June to August brings the highest temperatures and higher humidity. The rainy season lasts from September to January when you can expect heavy downpours.

Hoi An climate:

Hoi An Climate Chart