|Hoi An Ancient Town|
From any stops on the route from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh or vice versa
Book the ticket to Danang then take taxi or public bus to Hoi An Town (30km). Hoi An don’t have the railway station.
From Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to Danang
Then take taxi or public bus to Hoi An Town (30km)
There are a few international flights to Danang
I went to Hoi An from Hue by open bus for 3hrs.
It departs at 08.00
The bus stopped at Green Field hotel on Cau Dai Street a bit far from town centre although the sales staff confirmed to drop me off at the nearest tourist area.
Hoi An-Danang Airport
By hotel’s transfer service
Danang Airport-Ton Son Nhat Airport, HCMC
By Jet Star Airways
Cau Dai Beach 5km
On the way to the beach, drop in Dingo Deli for nice brunch and coffee.
An Bang Beach 3km
It’s worth to visit, greenish sea with a bit high tide and soft brownish sand. An Bang beach is more pleasant than Cau Dai beach and shorter distance.
Riverside handicraft village on the way back on boat from My Son Day Tour to Hoi An Town
|An Bang Beach, Hoi An|
|Cau Dai Beach, Hoi An|
|Handicraft Village, Hoi An|
Hoi An is one of the popular destinations for foreign tourists. Most of the hotels are decorated with traditional furnitures and decorative items such as mother of pearl-inlaid chairs, lanterns and paintings.
Hai Ba Trung Street is not far from Hoi An Heritage Site area, surrounded by a number of budget and mid range hotels and easy to go to Da Nang.
Some visitors may stay at resorts out of the town along Cau Dai beach and go to the old town by resort shuttle bus. Another area is An Hoi Island opposite Hoi An Town just across the bridge.
|Dai Long Hotel, Hoi An|
|Single Room, Dai Long Hotel, Hoi An|
Dia Long Hotel
Budget hotel on Hai Ba Trung Street
A/C, hot shower, fridge, TV, writing desk and mosquito net
Breakfast is not available
Free WiFi, 4PCs at lobby
This simple hotel offers good location and basic necessarily. The predominant is cleanliness. They don’t have dining area or restaurant and have a few rooms.