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Located in central coast in Quang Nam province, 30 km away from Danang City, Hoi An is one of the most famous cities that you should visit when traveling to Vietnam. With favorable geography and climate, Hoi An was once a bustling international trading port for merchant ships from Japan, China and the West during the 17th and 18th Centuries.

During the two wars, Hoi An luckily escaped devastation and consequently also the rapid urbanization of the late 20th century. Hoi An is a place of many cultures that are expressed in architecture as assembly halls, temples with traces of Chinese heritage together with the traditional houses of the Vietnamese, and houses built by the French in their own style.

The best time to travel to Hoi An is ideally from February to April when the weather is predominantly fine. You should avoid visiting Hoi An in the summer due to hot and humid weather. The rainy season in Hoi An is from October to November, when heavy rain frequently falls, and flooding sometimes occurs. If you are lucky or have enough time, you should arrange to visit Hoi An on the full moon, when the atmosphere of the glittering lantern festival engulfs the city of Hoi An.

Asia Shore Excursions offers various options of Shore Excursions in Hoi An and Danang for cruise passengers at Danang port. Do not miss out on best shore excursions in Hoi An. Contact us for itineraries or to customize a unique tour in Hoi An that exclusively for you.

 

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