Hoi An






Stubbornly traditional and jam-packed with sights, the small city of HOI AN also exudes a laidback, almost dreamy atmosphere that makes it an essential stop on any tour of the country. This intriguing place, with its narrow streets comprising wooden-fronted shophouses topped with moss-covered tiles, has much to recommend it, not least the fact that a concerted effort has been made to retain the city’s old-world charm: by way of example, it’s the only place in Vietnam that places restrictions on motorbike use, and the only place that forces local businesses, by law, to dangle lanterns from their facades. These come to the fore as evening encroaches, and by nightfall you’ll see them shining out from narrow alleys and the riverbank in their hundreds, the light reflecting in the waters of the Thu Bon River


Hoi An’s ancient core is a rich architectural fusion of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and European influences dating back to the sixteenth century. In its heyday, the now drowsy channel of the Thu Bon River was a jostling crowd of merchant vessels representing the world’s great trading nations, and the mellow streets of this small, amiable town still emanate a timeless air.



Biodiversity values

The island has a lot of animals and rare wood. This is the value of the birds. Cu Lao Cham is also where Sao, birds have long been considered noble for the rich. Visiting a beautiful day, visitors can see the cliffs, where construction of the flute.
Besides, there are many colorful underwater coral. Guests can relax, go hunting, fishing in the beautiful beaches such as Ong, Bim, Chong, North ...
These nests clinging to the towering cliffs is one of the beautiful scenery that tourists can not miss. Moreover, visitors can join a tour to Lang beach to see some interesting places like Au Thuyen- a shelter for boats in bad weather, the 100th temple Tibetan Buddhist brought here from very far back.
Besides the town of Hoi An, Cham potential to bring huge tourism development.




  1. Wander into Cua Dai beach

Cua Dai Beach is located at the end of Cua Dai Road, running for eight kilometres along the coast, from the tip at the Cham Island ferry port north to An Bang Beach. Stray away from the beaten road and head either to the small beach area beside Victoria Hoi An Beach Resort, or up the coast, towards An Bang Beach where there is a long stretch of  empty white sand that you can sink your toes into. This is a good spot if you want to get away from the crowds; very few tourists know about it. Try the tiny laneway just before or after Boutique Hoi An Resort.

  1. Stroll into An Bang Beach

An Bang beach has slowly been gaining the status of Hoi An’s best beach and is located about 4 kms away from Hoi An’s UNESCO world heritage center. It is the perfect accessory ti the bustling beautiful old town. You can either hang out in one of the casual bars on this beach or simply settle with a book or an umbrella on the soft white sand of this heavenly beach.

  1. Seek solace in Van Duc Pagoda

A huge temple structure constructed with wooden following traditional architecture style. It is situated about 4kms away from An Bang. The best time to visit is in the evening on full moons and auspicious Buddhist celebrations like Buddha’s birthday, when monks travel for miles to pray at the pagoda.

  1. Binge on a food tour

The tour obviously starts at the tourist hub in the old town on a street sprawling and vibrant, where dozens of stalls sit under the weight of brightly coloured produce, steaming vats of soup and family-recipe delicacies, trying to find their footing in the organized chaos. Try out everything from condiments to com ga, trung vit lon (duck foetus egg) or duck congee served with a plate of brain, blood cake and offal. Hop on an organized food tour for a complete and thorough guide to eating right at Hoi An.



Our Location


Hoi An NYG Homestay is located on Cua Dai Beach and is a sprawling property that offers a splendid garden and a terrace area. Cua Dai beach is a great option for travellers who just want to relax and enjoy their time on a beach. For travellers who want to experience what most tourists in Hoi An experience, the An Bang public beach is located 2 kms away from Hoi An NYG Homestay. It is also conveniently located 3.5kms from down town Hoi An is about 3.5 kms Seasun Homestay.



  • Private sea facing balconies
  • Breakfast provided on a daily basis
  • Tickets to nearby attractions
  • Cooking classes for interested travellers
  • Air conditioners in the rooms
  • Free access to wifi throughout the property
  • Laundry service for the guests
  • 24 hours front desk service
  • Free parking for guests with vehicles
  • Bungalows with kitchenettes


Da Nang airport is about 30kms away from Hoi An NYG Homestay. The property is placed 700m away from Japanese covered bridge and Hoi An historic museum.


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