Hoi An is a stunning fishing village located on the Central Coast area of Vietnam in the Quảng Nam Province. The main draw for visitors is the beautifully preserved UNESCO Ancient Town area running alongside the serene Thu Bon River.
The narrow streets and abundance of beautiful hanging lanterns will make you feel like you’re visiting the Vietnam of centuries past. With a recent annual increase in visitors, lots of exciting new restaurants, shops and resorts have sprung up meaning there’s plenty to explore for everyone in Hoi An.
When planning to travel in Vietnam, make sure Hoi An features on your itinerary.
How to Get to Hoi An
Just 25 km (15 miles) to the north is the rapidly developing city of Danang. This provides easy connections to bus, out of it have a private service, please you now at the airport at the price: Danang Airport To Hoi An with price 15 Usd/Car.
A much needed extension to Danang International Airport is set to open in 2017 which will open up the area to even more flights from the surrounding countries.
From Danang Train Station you can travel north to Hanoi or south to Ho Chi Minh City on the country’s main coastal rail line. Sleeper trains are a comfortable yet cost effective way to get around Vietnam.