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Items to avoid

  • A ticket into Ancient Town isn’t compulsory. Check in stand towards the top of Le Loi either dissuades vacationers from entering the traditional town or irritates them as you would expect because it costs 120,000 VND for worldwide visitors and 80,000 VND for locals. In fact, this ticket is supposed to be employed to enter 5 from the 21 official attractions of the choice, for example museums and also the Japanese Covered Bridge, but merely travelling town ought to be free.
  • Around the primary road from your Bang Beach towards the Ancient Town, a gentleman sits day out and in on his water zoysia. Vacationers (like myself) reach have a picture and that he then immediately, he requests money. I requested for permission first and that he conceded but never pointed out a repayment. You are able to take free pics water buffaloes throughout. Believe me, they’re everywhere.
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  • Don’t fall trap to commission seekers, men and women who’ll approach you to definitely get you to “the best” tailor shop around. Probably the most polite and good way to refuse them would be to say you’ve already tailored a dress-up costume. Entering town having a shop name is extremely useful to feel overwhelmed.
  • Renting a bike in Hoi An costs $6 each day. Also it should cost 50,000 VND to fill your tank. There aren’t a lot of gasoline stations around to start with then when we found one, we thought nothing from it. Tim gave the gasoline attendant 50,000 VND so when he switched his tank on, it had been only Midway full. How to prevent this scam: ask the pump operator to create the meter to zero before filling.
  • When visiting An Bang beach,  don’t pay for bike parking. The parking lots ought to be free however, there are several locals who’ll approach you and request a parking fee. When Tim and that i parked there, they quoted him 20,000 VND! We gave the ten,000 VND begrudgingly but because we walked closer to the shore, we recognized there have been free parking bays without family and friends. Never purchase bike parking.

Around the accommodation front – Really, a sizable reason I loved Hoi An a lot was due to my remain at Christina’s Hoi An, an Airbnb resort! That is correct! An Airbnb resort! It had been pretty surreal. In regards to a 3-km ride a bike in the Ancient Town along with a 1-km ride for an Bang Beach within the Tra Que Village area is Christina’s Vietnam Hoi An property. Sporting twenty-two rooms having a 24/7 staff, plus an on-site restaurant known as the Joi Factory (having a free breakfast buffet and cooking classes) as well as an infinity pool, it’s the meaning of paradise. I discovered them after i continued a Onetrip adventure towards the Cu Chi tunnels. Onetrip may be the tour company additionally they run, that has tours towards the My Boy Sanctuary along with a secret waterfall. I’ll be writing a larger overview of this place within an approaching series, “Cool Digs.”  The rooms start at $50.

That’s it! I’m no missing my latest location however i hope it will help with planning! Take a look at my ‘Things to complete in Ho Chi Minh City’ along with other Vietnam posts! xoxo Izzy


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Rachel Truong: Thank you so much for making this wonderful video of my hometown. 

Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos: +Rachel Truong Thank you! You're most welcome. Hoi An is such a wonderful city to visit 🙂 

Clemente Garcia III: Hey Samuel and Audrey,\n\nI'm a big fan of your channel (and overall lives). My boyfriend and I are currently on a Taiwan/Vietnam trip and have been using your vids as guides. \n\nYour suggestions have been great…except for Hoi An. Maybe it's because y'all visited 4 years ago, but Hoi An today is a giant theme park with a 5:1 foreigner to Viet ratio. \n\nFinding authentic, quality food has been such a hit or miss, that we've considered biking to Da Nang (loveeee Da Nang) for dinner. \n\nWe have a few more days in VN then we're off the Seoul for a few days. We're using your Seoul vids as guides too =)\nHappy Travels!

Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos: Thank you very much! Glad to hear your trip is going well. Ah, that is too bad about Hoi An but not too surprising. Actually my parents who visited a couple of years ago pretty much told us the same thing. Hope you have a great time in Seoul! We sure miss that city :)

Martin Cooper: Are these really the best things about Hoi An?

Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos: It is what we enjoyed.

swampzoid: I like that  Assembly Hall. I can't wait to visit Hoi An next spring. Thank you for y'all's wonderful videos. 

Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos: +swampzoid thank you!  Hope you have a great time.

Mochileros: Nice video Sam & Audrey!\nIs just me or you did something cool with the panning of the audio?

Samuel and Audrey – Travel and Food Videos: Thanks Nelson!