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Hoi An Holidays

Described by many with adjectives such as graceful, atmospheric and delightful, it is easy to see why visitors fall in love with Hoi An. Once an important trading port, this riverside beauty is today a cosmopolitan destination, playing on its exquisite infusion of architectural influences to create a laidback and intriguing place to explore. Cobbled, refreshingly motor vehicle-free streets lead amongst crumbling old merchant house, Chinese temples and warehouses, each festooned in vibrant lanterns, whilst tailors create whatever outfit you might fancy and markets stock the bountiful produce of the surrounding area. At once wealth and full of excellent places to eat and drink, Hoi An also has the pleasure of offering a beautifully preserved glimpse of the past.  

Popular Tours Visiting Hoi An

holiday duration 17 Days from
holiday price 2,890pp

One of our most popular tours, take a voyage of discovery from the breath-taking majesty of the temples of Angkor, through to the spectacular natural grandeur of Halong Bay, experiencing all manner of delights en route.

holiday duration 18 Days from
holiday price 2,490pp

Travel overland through the verdant south of Vietnam – from the riverside life of the Mekong to lush and fresh Dalat, up the beautiful coastline to ancient Hue. Finish off by exploring colonial Hanoi and cruising on tranquil Halong Bay.

holiday duration 12 Days from
holiday price 2,190pp

Relish Vietnam’s distinct and energetic character as you journey from Saigon in the south up to Hanoi in the north. Explore the country’s turbulent past, meet the friendly, resilient locals, and get lost in spectacular panoramas on this two-week tour of discovery.

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Five Reasons To Visit Hoi An

Japanese Bridge
Built to link Hoi An’s Japanese and Chinese communities in the 16th century, the beautifully elaborate Japanese Bridge perfectly symbolises what Hoi An stands for.

Hoi An sits close to some of Vietnam’s most bountiful agricultural areas, so the market here is bursting at the seams with plenty of colourful, local produce.

Cooking classes
Being so close to plentiful delicious produce, Hoi An is the best place to learn all about Vietnam’s fresh, flavourful and healthy cuisine.

Hoi An’s riverside is lined with many sophisticated and atmospheric places to enjoy a legacy of the colonial days – coffee, and are perfectly located to sit and watch the world go by.

Hoi An is located a short drive from some rather lovely, sandy beaches, perfect for a little bit of relaxation if you have a day at leisure in the area.

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Things To See In Hoi An

No tour of Hoi An would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.


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