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My Son Sanctuary – Located in nearby Danang, the My Son Sanctuary is definitely worth a visit for those interested in Vietnam history.  One of the few remaining temples of the Champa kingdom, My Son is a beautiful structure of intricate architecture.

The Chinese Assembly Halls – Built by the Chinese immigrants who moved to Hoi An in a bit to create opportunities for their future.  It a structure of beautiful colours and Chinese architecture and is popular attraction for tourists in the area.

The House of Hoi – Home to a 17th century silk loom, the House of Hoi is a fully functional silk and cotton factory.  Purchase a selection of fine silk goods and tour the factory, seeing silks created from the silkworms themselves into the finished article.

Japanese Covered Bridge – Originally built in eth 1600s this intricate covered bridge is of Japanese origin and features carvings of the monkey and the dog at either end, which were sacred to the Japanese who built it.

Marble Mountains – Located north of Hoi An, the Marble Mountains are an impressive range littered with caves used by the Viet Cong and as religious temples.  A great day out to explore and enjoy the tropical scenery.

Museum of Trade Ceramics – A museum dedicated to the origins and trade items of Hoi An.  A great spot for holiday makers and locals to pick up on the history of this beautiful destination.

Cham Museum  - Filled with many of the sculptures and artefacts removed from the My Son Sanctuary site, Danang’s Cham Museum is a popular tourist attraction.

Riverside Museum of History and Culture – Set in a building built in 1653, that itself reflects the history of the location, the museum of History & Culture contains ceramics, artifacts and imagery from 2000 years of the areas history.

Hoi An Legendary night - Held monthly, the Hoi An Legendary Night festival is an evening of bright colours, cultural music and performance.  Experience some of these vibrant activities and performances whilst holidaying in Hoi An.

Mid-Autumn Festival – An annual 2 day festival, popular amongst the children.  A lively array of dances, performances and music with bright colours and lanterns flow through Hoi An streets, entertaining locals and tourists alike.

Lunar New Year – An event that carries throughout Vietnam is the Lunar New Year festival. A day of traditional dance, music and performance entwined with religious ceremonies.

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Scuba Diving – Explore the deep with a day of scuba diving.  Hoi An has 2 main dive centres offering equipment rental and tuition for all levels of experience.  Take to the warm waters and witness the vibrant marine life where over 300 species of fish and coral dwell.

Cookery Courses – Experience Vietnamese cuisine from the other side of the culinary experience. Enjoy a cookery class with some of Hoi An’s top chefs and pick up on the styles and secrets of Vietnamese cooking, with included market trips and boat tours for a full day experience.

Hoi An Beaches  - While away the hours on the golden sands of the beautiful beaches close by to Hoi An.  Located between here and Danang you will find Cua Dai beach and the famous China Beach, which was used as a location in the 1979 movie ‘Apocalypse Now’.

Central Market – Experience a vast array of stalls selling fresh local produce, silk garments, handicrafts and souvenirs.  Barter with the stall owners and take home some fantastic souvenirs of your holiday in Hoi An.

Spa Facilities -  There are numerous Spa facilities in Hoi An, so why not take the time out and visit one for an afternoon of pampering.  Let the expert therapists take you to a world of relaxation with a plethora of massage and wellness treatments.

Cycling - Hoi An is a beautiful resort, full of postcard worthy scenery.  For a small fee, you can hire a bicycle for the day and leisurely work your way around Hoi An and take in the views and historic points of interest.

Photography Tour – A half day guided tour with an expert photographer, who will take you on a journey through beautiful sights and small fishing villages, whilst giving informative and expert ways to get great photographs.

Watersports – The nearby Cham Islands are a hotspot for tourists interested in water based activities.  Snorkelling is a must as there is a thriving underwater kingdom to explore with hundreds of beautiful fish and coral to see.  For an above water experience, explore the islands from a kayak.

Dining – A gastronomic delight. Hoi An features many restaurants specializing in Vietnamese dishes alongside Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Mediterranean eateries.

Nightlife – A holiday in Hoi An is complete with a vibrant nightlife. There are plenty of lively bars and clubs welcoming party loving locals and tourists.  Most close at midnight, though there are some that sneak a few extra hours in