Hoi An Activities
What To Do In Hoi An
Being a UNESCO World Heritage place, Hoi An’s old town is veritably bursting with history. Of course, you can walk through the streets for free, but if you would like to visit several attractions in one day perhaps it’s best to buy a Multi-entrance ticket.
You buy them in any of the ticket offices that are in some travel agencies in the old town. With one ticket (about US$3) you can visit one of the three museums, one of the three ‘old houses’ and one of the three assembly halls. The money goes to the old town maintenance.
Most Popular Activities
Biking & Cycling
Biking is a must in Hoi An regardless of your level of fitness. Leave the city behind to explore 12th century pagodas, remote country villages, war memorials and rice fields.
Hoi An Cooking Schools
Hoi An is a great place to learn how to cook real Vietnamese cuisine. Plenty of restaurants offer their own cooking classes where you get the chance to learn directly from the professionals.
Hoi An Golf Courses
Vietnam is a great place to play golf with championship courses located in most major locations. Hoi An is no exception and offers two outstanding courses with equipment rental available.
Hoi An Spas
Many of the hotels and resorts in Hoi An offer spa treatments, but you might discover better pampering at a significantly lower price at one of the local day spas.
Scuba Diving & Snorkelling
Scuba diving and snorkelling are superb off the cost of Hoi An with hundreds of different varieties of coral and tropical fish thriving in the warm tropical waters.
Other Activities in Hoi An
The old town of Hoi An is definitely worth a walk around, and with so many historically vibrant streets to explore it’s easy to see why it was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. The best way to visit some of the buildings in the old town is by purchasing a multi-entrance ticket which gives access to one of the three museums, one of the three ancient houses and one of the three assembly halls.
Your money is well spent offering superb value and the proceeds are filtered back into the old town maintenance. Tickets are easily purchased at one of the many kiosks across town and are valid for one day.e many activities and performances throughout the city.