Hoi An tourism activities attractive to foreign visitors


(QNO) - International tourist delegations are usually very interested in rustic activities in the suburb of Hoi An city (Quang Nam province).

Cooking class in Hoi An
A cooking class in Hoi An. Photo: hoianbeachresort

Around 8 thousand foreign tourists are estimated to go to Hoi An ancient town since Vietnam’s fully tourism reopening on March 15, 2022. They are mainly from the US, Europe, Australia, and South Korea.

Most of them feel attracted and impressed by the ancient quarter and rustic activities in the countryside of Hoi An city, including fishing, cycling, growing vegetables, riding buffaloes, and rowing coracles.

Moreover, they are also excited by learning about local cultural features, having their dinner by the river and contemplating the sunset.

Hoi An ancient town
Hoi An ancient town

The cooking tour in Hoi An is also one of the attractive products foreign tourists usually choose.

Taking part in the tour, they go to the local market by boat, buying necessary things for their cooking by themselves, learning how to cook local foods and how to arrange flowers, then enjoying their foods.

Besides, the tour becomes more enjoyable and satisfying thanks to the local friendly and enthusiastic tour guides.

Foreign visitors growing vegetables in Tra Que vegetable village, Quang Nam province
Foreign visitors growing vegetables in Tra Que vegetable village, Quang Nam province

The hustle and bustle has returned to Hoi An and Quang Nam as the province hosts the National Tourism Year 2022.

Reportedly, over 200,000 visitors went to Quang Nam on the occasion of National Reunification Day and International Workers’ Day. All the 3-5 star hotels were full then.


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