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From Hanoi to Hoi An: An in-depth guide to plan your best journey

06/05/2023 16.174

If you are looking to explore more of Vietnam after spending time in Hanoi, Hoi An should definitely be your next go-to destination. There are plenty of ways to go from Hanoi to Hoi An.

From Hanoi to Hoi An

Going from Hanoi to Hoi An offers an incredibly exciting opportunity to explore the best of Vietnam's culture, history, and natural beauty. Read on to find out what your travel options are and get an idea of what to expect so you can make the best plan for your trip.

1. How far is it from Hanoi to Hoi An? How long does it take to travel?

The distance from Hanoi to Hoi An is 797 kilometers. If you opt for air travel, the journey will take approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. However, if you prefer to take a bus or train, you should expect to spend around 16 to 17 hours on the road.

Nonetheless, it is important to note that the arrival time may vary depending on traffic and weather conditions.

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2. Is it possible to take flights from Hanoi to Hoi An?

Yes, it is possible to take flights from Hanoi to Hoi An. The nearest airport to Hoi An is Da Nang International Airport, which offers several daily flights from Hanoi on various airlines, such as Vietravel Airlines and Vietjet Air.

The flight time from Hanoi to Hoi An is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes and the cost can vary, depending on the airline and time of booking. During the peak holiday season, tickets will be more expensive. 

Once you arrive at Da Nang International Airport, you can reach Hoi An by motorbike, taxi, or bus.

  • By motorbike: A motorbike ride is around 60 minutes and takes a bit more effort than sitting on a taxi or bus, but you can soak in the scenic views of Vietnam and make stops along the way for photos. You can rent one at the airport or online.
  • By taxi: There are plenty of taxis available at the airport, so just approach the taxi counter or hail one outside and negotiate the fare before getting in. The distance between the airport and Hoi An is around 30 kilometers, which takes roughly 60 minutes to travel.
  • By bus: This is an affordable and convenient option. The journey takes approximately one hour and costs around 30,000 VND. Buses typically run every 20 to 30 minutes throughout the day until around 7 PM.
From Hanoi to Hoi An

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3. Other popular ways to travel from Hanoi to Hoi An

3.1. Trains from Hanoi to Hoi An

If you are looking to travel from Hanoi to Hoi An, taking the train is a great option. There are several trains leaving from Hanoi each day, with varying seat classes and ticket prices.

You can take a train to Da Nang Station or Tam Ky Station. The prices are approximately 670,000 VND to 730,000 VND, respectively. The journey takes about 16 to 17 hours and offers beautiful scenic views along the way.

3.2. Buses from Hanoi to Hoi An

You can also consider getting from Hanoi to Hoi An by bus, which is affordable and quite comfortable. There are several companies that operate daily buses between the two cities, with the travel time ranging from 16 to 17 hours depending on the route. 

While it may seem like a long ride, most buses are modern and well-equipped with air conditioning and reclining seats, ensuring a relatively pleasant trip. Tickets start at about 350,000 VND and can be purchased online or through travel agents.

From Hanoi to Hoi An

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With its rich history, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine, Hoi An offers a plethora of outstanding destinations that are sure to leave a lasting impression. Here are some that you should definitely not miss out on:

  • Hoi An Ancient Town: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its well-preserved architecture and tranquil atmosphere. Visit the local markets to pick up souvenirs and try the delicious street food. And don’t forget to take a stroll through the narrow streets lined with colorful lanterns at night for a magical experience.
  • An Bang Beach: This idyllic spot boasts golden sand, clear water, and a laid-back atmosphere that will immediately put you at ease. Take your time strolling along the beachfront lined with small cafes or enjoy a dip in the emerald sea. The warm weather all year round ensures that any time is a good time to visit this beach.
  • Japanese Bridge: This 400-year-old bridge is an architectural marvel with great significance for the people of Hoi An. Its intricate carvings and vibrant colors are great for the cameras! Take your time strolling its length, and do not forget to admire the well-preserved statues adorning each end of it.
  • Hoi An Night Market: Here, you will find a dizzying array of street food stalls and local handicrafts, ranging from silk lanterns to traditional Vietnamese clothing. What makes this market particularly special is its atmosphere. It is bustling but not overwhelming, with friendly vendors who are happy to help you.
  • Quan Cong Temple: This temple's stunning architecture and intricate details make it one of the most beautiful and well-preserved temples in Vietnam. As you wander around the temple grounds, you will be surrounded by impressive statues and structures, all paying tribute to Quan Cong's bravery, loyalty, and magnanimity.
  • Tan Ky Old House: Dating back over 200 years, this traditional Vietnamese house is known for its intricate carpentry, unique blend of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese design elements, and beautifully preserved artifacts. Visitors can wander through the different rooms here for a truly immersive experience of Vietnam's heritage.
  • My Son Sanctuary: This UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts beautiful ancient temples and structures that provide a glimpse into the culture and history of the Cham people. It will be fascinating to explore its many ornate buildings. Plus, the surrounding lush forest makes for a scenic backdrop while you wander around.
  • Tra Que Vegetable Village: Here, you can witness the farming life of the locals and even participate in planting and harvesting vegetables yourself. There are also opportunities to cook dishes using fresh ingredients. Not only will you gain an insight into Vietnamese cuisine, you will also get to have fun!
From Hanoi to Hoi An

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At Vinpearl Resort & Golf Nam Hoi An, guests can enjoy a challenging round of golf on the resort's 18-hole course. The course is designed by IMG, one of the world's leading golf course design firms, and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and coastline.

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From Hanoi to Hoi An

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Whether you choose to travel by plane, train, or bus, a journey from Hanoi to Hoi An is sure to be memorable. Make sure to visit Hoi An's iconic landmarks and attractions, including ancient temples, bustling markets, and stunning natural landscapes, to experience all that the city has to offer!

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