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Thuan Tinh Island

Thuan Tinh Island

Thuan Tinh Island is well-known not only for its status as Official Ecological Zone, it also offers Cooking Class where you can join and create some diverse Vietnamese dishes. From beef rice noodles to spring rolls, the skillful chefs will guide you through and through until you can create mouth-watering Vietnamese dishes. You'll also get the complete recipes home so you can try them yourselves when you return to your home country. You will be taken to nearby market to buy fresh ingredients needed, they will also teach you about each produces, and when you're done you can even have a small tour to the actual island. The village itself is a traditional one, with rice fields, trees, and fresh air. Thuan Tinh Island is a perfect place to unwind and also a great place to learn new cooking skills.

Travelling to Hoi An, Vietnam

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Hanoi is capital city and the second biggest city of Vietnam. Even as one of Vietnam's modern city, you still can see remnants of Chinese, French, and American influences during their occupation in Vietnam for years. Even after so it hasn't lose its true identity. You'll see many breathtaking Buddhist temples with intricate details and unique traditional cultures as you explore deeper into the city. Attractions in Hanoi below not only will mesmerize you of its beauty but also you'll learn more about their thousands years historical values.

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Hoi An Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Some of the attractions, like the beach, are free of charge, but some requires you to buy tickets. You can buy the attraction tickets on the spot but it might take more of your time since you need to queue in the long lines. It's better to book your tickets first online, which you can do by this website.

How To Get Around?

Cycling is the best way to get around Hoi An, especially in The Ancient City since traffic is rarely busy. This is also the cheapest way to get around. If you're an experienced rider of Asian motorcycle, you can also rent them for about VND 100.000 to go around the city. You can also ride the taxis, which aren't hard to find. For more traditional experience of Hoi An's public transportation, you can ride the Cyclos. It fits 2 passengers per transport with an operator / driver behind you to cycle the ride. They're mostly friendly and are happy to provide you information about the city's landmarks and history.

What Should I Wear?

Vietnam is mostly warm and humid, so you can wear comfortable shirt and pants for warm days. Still, don't wear too-revealing clothes like short shorts or tank tops since Vietnamese are conservative when it comes to dressing. It can sometimes rain and gets cold, so bring your jackets, raincoats, trousers, and scarf too. Wear comfortable walking shoes like sneakers or flip-flops. Try not to wear heels if you're planning to cycle or ride the motorbike. Don't forget to bring your swimsuit if you plan to visit the beach.

Hoi An Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Hoi An is best visited between February and June. Most people consider February to April is the best time since rainfall is low and the weather is nice and warm with sunshine. But you can also visit it between May and June, when the rainfall is even lower and the weather's a bit hotter.

Currency

Vietnamese Dong (VND)

Will I Need a Guide?

Hoi An is easy to explore, especially by foot and bicycle, so you don't need a guide. Exploring the city on your own will give you a better experience.

How To Get There?

You can travel by air to Danang Airport and then continue your journey to Hoi An by taxi or bus from the airport. You can also go to Danang by train and then continue your trip to Hoi An by bus or taxi from the station. Lastly, you can also ride the open tour buses to Hoi An from Ha Noi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hue, Nha Trang, and Dalat.

Additional Info

Do not wear jewelry and keep an eye at your belongings that you carry when you're riding the transportations or simply walking around. Don't put your bags where they can be easily snatched. Don't show too much PDA and try not to lose your temper in public. Drink a lot of water, especially when you're walking around. No need to worry if you run out of it, there are plenty vendors selling them every where.