The ebullient and intriguing city of Hoi An has been a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. Discover why on a bike tour that offers insight into the preservation of its heritage as a Southeast Asian trading port dating back to the 15th–19th centuries, its breathtaking blend of indigenous and foreign influences, and icons such as the Japanese Bridge.
Hoi An’s name, translating as ‘peaceful meeting place’, is an appropriate moniker for a city that values and respects the rhythms and divine sublimity of its natural surroundings, much of which are cultivated for rice fields, fish farms, and net fishing.
Renowned as a city of distinctive regional cuisine, Hoi An is known for offering tantalizing cookery classes to tourists. Take the Hoi An Culinary Bike tour for food tastings of the city’s specialities, including Cao Lau. The Thu Bon River has been transformed from a key trading waterway to offering visitors exhilarating experiences on kayaks and motorboats. Discover Hoi An’s outlying rural areas by land and water on the Hoi An Countryside Bike Tour & Thu Bon River Kayaking.
The Hoi An Lantern Full Moon Festival, which takes place on every full moon cycle, is an incredible traditional spectacle, where the city is aglow with colorful tissue lanterns, flickering candles, exquisite flowers and vibrant produce, all exchanged between locals for prosperity and to honor their ancestors. In 2019, Hoi An was listed as one of the key tourist attractions of Vietnam.
A family-friendly bike tour in Hoi An offers a breathtaking adventure with authentic cultural immersion at the center of your experience. Benefit from the flexibility of bike rental and the invaluable insight of your guide, with you every pedal of the way and serving as an integral intermediary between you and the welcoming locals as they pass on their techniques, advice, and infectious enthusiasm for their traditional practices.
Immerse yourself entirely in Vietnamese culture as you ride from Hoi An to the ancient, ruined temple city of My Son, once the religious capital of the vast and tolerant Champa Kingdom. Hoi An is known as Vietnam’s most atmospheric city thanks to its unique blend of indochinese and vietnamese cultural heritage, and there really is no better way to encounter this than on two wheels! Whether you’re cycling in search of ancient history or a culinary adventure, the city of Hoi An knows how to take a visitor to its heart and make them feel like family.