Attractions in Hoi An

The best attractions in Hoi An are mostly set within the popular areas of Riverside and Ancient Town, where you can easily explore on foot or cyclo. Between the 15th and 19th century, Hoi An was a prominent Vietnamese trading port for silk, porcelain, pepper, cinnamon, and medicinal plants as it’s set nearby the Thu Bon River. As a result, the city offers a mix of Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese, and French architectural feats.
 
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, Hoi An is teeming with beautifully-restored houses, shops, and temples, offering sightseeing opportunities you won’t find in other cities in Vietnam. Ranging from centuries-old Buddhist pagodas and temples to pristine beaches and quaint museums, read on to discover our list of Hoi An’s most popular attractions.

Hoi An Ancient Town

​Hoi An Ancient Town offers a breathtaking mix of ornate  Chinese temples...

Hoi An Riverside

​Hoi An Riverside was a prominent stop amongst foreign traders...

Japanese Covered Bridge

​The Japanese Covered Bridge, which dates back to the 18th century...

Van Duc pagoda

​Van Duc Pagoda dates back to the late 17th century...

Hoi An Museum of History & Culture

​Hoi An Museum of History and Culture showcases...

Fujian Assembly Hall

Fujian Assembly Hall is a symbolic icon of Hoi An...

An Bang Beach

​An Bang Beach houses an array of beachfront resorts...

Chuc Thanh Pagoda

​Chuc Thanh Pagoda was founded by Monk Minh Ha...

Hoi An Museum of Trade Ceramics

​Hoi An Museum of Trade Ceramics is set within...

Hoi An Central Market

Resting on the banks of the Thu Bon River ...

Most popular activities

Biking & Cycling, Hoi An Cooking Schools...