The Cu Lao Cham Marine Park is just 21km from Hoi An old town and including eight islands in the South China Sea that are just teeming with marine life, the most exciting part is Cham Island.
Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.
Spa treatments are offered in many hotels and resorts in Hoi An, but you can find some better pampering local spas at reasonable price. Try to get the discounts are available as most of them offer at least 10% off during their quieter hours.
Riding a motorbike for adventure tours to the most famous attractions around the city: Marble Mountain, My Son, touring around Danang or driving to Hue through the magnificent Hai Van Pass
Vietnam is a great place to play golf with championship courses located in most major locations. Hoi An is no exception and offers two outstanding courses with equipment rental available.
Biking in Hoi An is a must in regardless of your level of fitness. Leave the city behind to explore 12th century pagodas, remote country villages, war memorials and rice fields.
Hoi An is a great place to learn how to cook real Vietnamese cuisine for half-day, full-day or evening courses. Plenty of restaurants offer their own cooking classes including the picturesque Red Bridge where you get the chance to learn directly from the professional chefs.