The Central Coast

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  • 1. An Bang Beach

    The locals' favorite beach, An Bang is one of the few remaining public beaches on the long Hoi An–Danang coastline. Locals flock here for sunrise...Read More

  • 2. Cham Islands

    The Hoi An coast is flanked by eight small, coral-fringed islands featuring beautiful seascapes, deserted white sandy beaches, and some of the best microdiving sites...Read More

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  • 3. Japanese Covered Bridge

    On the west end of Tran Phu, Hoi An's most celebrated icon was built in 1593 by Japanese merchants to connect the Japanese quarter with...Read More

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  • 4. Old House of Tan Ky

    One of the oldest and best-preserved private houses in Hoi An, this structure has remained largely unchanged in the 200 years since it was built...Read More

  • 5. Precious Heritage Museum and Fine Art Gallery

    This museum offers a wonderful look into the cultural identity of Vietnam’s ethnic minority communities. Each placard gives facts about the region, population, and traditions...Read More

  • 6. Assembly Halls

    As part of their cultural tradition, the Chinese built assembly halls as a place for future generations to gather after they migrated to new countries....Read More

  • 7. Central Market

    This is one of the most enjoyable fresh markets in Vietnam, covering a large area, snaking its way around the French-colonial food hall, Cho Hoi...Read More

  • 8. Chaozhou Assembly Hall

    Of all Hoi An’s Chinese architecture, this assembly hall founded by the Chaozhou Chinese community in 1776 exemplifies Chinese wood carving of this period at...Read More

  • 9. Chinese All-Community Assembly Hall

    Built in 1741 as a meeting place for Cantonese, Chaozhou, Fujian, Hainan, and Hakka families living in Hoi An, this temple is dedicated to Thien...Read More

  • 10. Chuc Thanh Pagoda and Phuoc Lam Pagoda

    Head north on Nguyen Truong To Street for approximately 1 km (½ mile) to the end, turn left, and follow the path until you reach...Read More

  • 11. Cua Dai Beach

    Ten minutes from the Old Town is Hoi An's main public beach, where clear water and warm surf beckon tourists and locals alike. This 3-km...Read More

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  • 12. Ha My Beach

    A little way outside of Hoi An, this peaceful beach, located midway between the award-winning Nam Hai and Le Belhamy resorts, is the best place...Read More

  • 13. Hoi An Ancient Town Entrance Ticket

    Visitors age 16 and up are required to buy a ticket at 120,000d to enter Old Town, unless you are simply shopping, though each ticket...Read More

  • 14. Hoi An Arts and Crafts Manufacturing Workshop

    One of the local attractions offered through the Heritage Pass, this 200-year-old house has 30-minute musical performances daily. In the workshop, children and adults can...Read More

  • 15. Hoi An Lantern Festival

    Every month on the 14th day of the lunar calendar, Hoi An closes Old Town to traffic, switches off its lights, and hosts the magical...Read More

  • 16. Hoi An Night Market

    As dusk falls, the area directly opposite the walking bridge connecting the Old Town to An Hoi Peninsula is lit by hundreds of silk lanterns,...Read More

  • 17. Japanese Tombs

    Erected in the 1600s, these are the few remaining tombs of Hoi An's old Japanese community. Although the tombs—tombstones, really—are not nearly as grand as...Read More

  • 18. Museum of History and Culture

    This small museum—housed in just one large room—provides a small insight into Hoi An's history and culture. On display are ancient bowls, cups, and other...Read More

  • 19. Museum of Trade Ceramics

    The ancient Diep Dong Nguyen House has been converted into a small museum dedicated to the history of ceramics in Hoi An. The collection includes...Read More

  • 20. Quan Cong Temple

    Founded in 1653 by the Chinese community, this impressive temple is dedicated to Quan Van Truong, a revered general of the Chinese Han dynasty. The...Read More

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