Inspired ideas for a family trip in Hoi An

Hoi An, nestled between rivers, rice paddies, and beaches, is often regarded as a serene and pleasant destination. However, visitors should be aware that Hoi An has all they need for a fun-filled family holiday. Whether you are planning a summer vacation or a winter trip for your family, the inspired ideas below will help.

Cycle the countryside

Travel into the countryside on a bike tour through rice paddies and learn about farming in Vietnam. Here, your kids will get a firsthand look at rural Vietnamese life, as well as infinite beautiful vegetable gardens, attractive duck ponds, and greasy repair shops.


Take a cooking class

Book a cooking class that the whole family will enjoy. Even the pickiest eaters will be unable to resist the varied menu and classic dishes that taste so wonderful. Cooking classes typically include a market excursion, but some suppliers can also take you on a coracle boat ride through a coconut grove, where you and your children can catch mud crabs.


Have a beach day

Spend the afternoon at An Bang beach playing in the waves and building sandcastles. If it's too hot outside, head to La Plage, a beach bar with a large menu and a playground for the kids. Stay for the sunset and a sundowner while the kids play.


Boat ride on Thu Bon River

The dreamlike and poetic Thu Bon River is a landmark in Hoi An and has become a popular tourist destination, attracting large crowds of visitors. A boat on Thu Bon River allows you to enjoy the soothing beauty of the surrounding countryside while also witnessing rural life on the river. Along the trip down the river, stop through the well-known Hoi An craft villages, particularly Kim Bong village, to see the superb hand-crafted furniture produced by skilled artists.


Go café-hopping

Every city in Vietnam has a plethora of cafes, but Hoi An's cafés offer a distinct charm. People come here not only to drink coffee, but also to appreciate the calm. Reading a book and sipping a cup of coffee will fully wipe away all of the weariness and pressures of everyday living.


Work off kids’ energy in an amusement park

VinWonders Nam Hoi An, located approximately 15 kilometers from Hoi An's Ancient Town, provides a world of pleasure for families. A day admission allows you to enter the full park, which includes a waterpark, amusement park, indoor game center, river safari, cultural village, and cultural presentations.


Shopping, of course

Even shopping counts as a cultural experience in Hoi An's lovely Ancient Town! From the 15th through the 19th centuries, Hoi An welcomed international traders who arrived by boat to buy silk, spices, jewels, and pottery. Today, you may find these items, even many others, in the same atmospheric shophouses: from tailored clothes (extremely famous) to ready-to-wear options; leather shoes and custom-made leather bags; gold, silver and gemstone jewellery in organic shapes; incredible hand-carved wooden things; sophisticated housewares; lovely ceramics; beautifully displayed souvenirs of tea & coffee bags, local-taste jams and even Vietnamese chili sauce.


Catch a culture show

Take a trip down memory lane with Hoi An Memories Show, an outdoor visual arts show focusing on Hoi An's rich history, culture, and identity. It expertly combines music, lights, visual arts, and performance to create an experience that will convey you on an emotional trip and leave you with lasting memories.


The Mist, created by Lune Production, is another stunning, captivating hour-long show that is as authentically Vietnamese as it gets. You won't be able to take your eyes off the stage, from evocative depictions of country life to captivating ballets. Lune Production, known for putting on world-class contemporary circus, dance, and musical acts in Vietnam and around the world, will not let you down.


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