Free Walking Tour

The Free Walking Tour to the Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An is an international trading port that was formed on the central coast of Vietnam in the 16th century, and flourished in the 17th and 18th centuries, became one of the largest trading ports in Southeast Asia and now attracts tourists and researchers by its exceptional beauty, and great cultural and historical value. 

Hoianese FREE Walking Tour is created by Hoianese Hotel to bring out the hidden beauty and cultural value of Hoi An Ancient Town to our beloved guests. The Walking Tour is FREE guided by a Hoianese local expert, who has immense love toward Hoi An, you will explore more about the history, culture,.. And the spirituality of this little town.

The Free Walking Tour
The Free Walking Tour

The FREE Walking Tour offers you a great insight into Vietnamese culture as well as the history of Hoi An. By visiting the Phap Bao Pagoda, The Ba Mu Temple Gate, The Ancient Well, Fujian Assembly Hall, Japanese Bridge, and Phung Hung Ancient House you will get a more holistic view of the East Asian cultural sphere, a deep understanding of Hoi An history, Vietnamese culture, and the cultural fusion among Japan, China, and Vietnam in Hoi An.

At the end of the walking tour, you will have a chance to ask the tour guide to answer all the questions and concerns you may have before the tour ends. Joining us now!

Please Notice:

  • The tour is free and guided
  • Please preserve in advance to make sure you have slots. Only a small group (Max 12 pax for quality control)
  • An entrance ticket is required (120.000 VND/ 1 Ticket / Must)
  • Local iced tea 16.000 VND (optional)
  • Local noodles for lunch 40.000 VND (optional)
  • You can tip the tour guide after the tour, depending on how satisfied you are (optional)
  • Please only sign up when you’re sure to attend
  • Please wear proper clothes ( not too revealing since we are visiting sacred local places)

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