Hoi An is a beautiful town full of culture and adventure. The Old Town is well known for its history and architecture which is inspired by the Japanese, Chinese and French. Discover our top recommendations for things to do in Hoi An Old Town:
The Japanese bridge is iconic to Hoi An and is an ornate and detailed structure. Visit the bridge in the day to enjoy its craftsmanship and at night to view its impressive lighting.
Hoi An has an indoor market hall where locals sell produce, clothing and souvenirs in an indoor hall. There are also the night markets which are vibrant and bustling with vendors selling a lot of street food, clothing and souvenirs.
The Old House of Tan Ky was built in 1741 and has been home to 7 generations of the Le family. Whilst it's not the oldest house in Hoi An, it was the first to be acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture and Information in 1985. The house welcomes tourists and features ancient architecture, traditional and intricate decor and is a must-see for guests.
Another ancient and well-preserved home, The Old House of Phung Hung is a short walk from the Japanese bridge and was built in 1780. The name means 'prosper' as the first owner hoped it would bring him success. The house was originally used to sell spices such as cinnamon, pepper, salt as well as silk, chinaware and glassware. It showcases traditional architecture and design which gives you a feel for the history of Hoi An.
Hoi An is well known for it's tailoring, every street in the Old Town features shops with plush fabrics and locals willing to help you find the perfect outfit. There are a varying standards and quality of tailoring in Hoi An so it's a good idea to visit a few before picking your tailor. (Feel free to ask our reception team for their top recommendations).
Hoi An is a beautiful town to visit and explore. Whether you stay for a few days or a few weeks, make the most of your visit by staying in our stylish and spacious holiday apartments. It's a short 10 minute walk to the heart of Old Town, Hoi An from Full Moon Apartments which is ideally located near the Thu Bon River river. Guests can enjoy stylish and modern apartments which feature queen-size beds, luxury bathrooms, working space and a contemporary living area with sofas, a dining table and, in most apartments, a fully equipped kitchen. Our team are always on-hand to make your stay more memorable by helping you book tours and experiences, organise transport, drop-off laundry or deliver your favourite cocktail or dish from our on-site Bambu Bar & Restaurant. Full Moon Apartments feature luxurious facilities and elegant accommodation for all short and long stay holidays.
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