Travel options in Hoi An

If you’re asking yourself how you can get around the beautiful Hoi An, here’s a list of tips and tricks to move around that will help you plan and decide on what would be the best transportation method to travel in Hoi An. Check it out!

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Travel options in Hoi An from Da Nang Internation Airport

To travel to Hoi An from Da Nang International Airport, it is best to take a taxi. The ride will take about 45 minutes and costs approximately 450.000 VND. Hoi An does not have a train station, the closest one is Dan Nang. From the Da Nang train station, you can travel to places such as Hanoi, Nha Trang, Hue and Ho Chi Minh City. Another option to travel is by bus. There is a bus between Da Nang and Hoi An that takes around 45 minutes and costs 18.000 VND. Be prepared for bus drivers trying to have you pay more, but keep insisting on the official fare.

More Travel options in Hoi An

  • There is not that much traffic in Hoi An. A nice way to get around the city is by bicycle, costs are approximately 20.000 VND a day.
  • Taxis are located around the Le Loi St, and charge around 60.000 VND for a 15 minute drive.
  • Hoi An is a small town, best explored simply by walking!
  • Keep in mind that you are not allowed to drive a motorbike on a foreign license! The motorbikes in Vietnam come with a driver.

Top cool tours in Hoi An

Hill Tribe Adventure

from

€400.00 p.p.

Enjoy a Vietnamese Traditional Party Cuisine!

from

€13.61 p.p.

Enjoy Dinner or BBQ in Hoi An Ancient Town

from

€27.54 p.p.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

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Xavier Muhammad
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Istanbul’s Nightlife Tour: Local Hotspots & Culture

I'd hate to be a negative Nancy, but truth is truth. Muhammad never showed, and the company withalocal has yet to to refund me payment or get into contact with me about the issue. My friend and I met at the meeting point and called Muhammad, his phone was disconnected : / Which seems very sketchy. My advice is to call your tour guide before the actual date of tour to verify they are who they are and that they are aware of scheduled tour. The better part of me wants to believe this was very much a misunderstanding, but Muhammad contacted me after the appointment was "completed" and only replied with "Hello, dear"

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David Bao Ngoc Ruby
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Hanoi Street Food Tour: the 10 Tastings

Ruby was an excellent hostess, a nice lady, knowledgable and keen to share her city. Once she knew that we had our 9 year old daughter coming along, Ruby also arranged to bring her own 10 year old son to take sure she had company :)
The tour itself was great, walking through the hustle and bustle of Hanoi's Old Quarter and going to places that we would just not have done on our own.
The one tip I would give, is make sure you only have a light lunch because you will feast with the evenings offerings.

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Tulin William
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Singapore’s Food Tour: The 10 Tastings

Booked a local food tour with William. What an experience in Singapore. It was like catching up with an old friend and having a blast.

We toured places that we would never have ventured too and all thanks to William. He has thought of every minute detail in this trip.

Would highly recommend doing this tour with the wonderful William.