How did we get to Hoi An?
Julia and I jumped on a local bus from Hanoi to get to the airport. We then took a plane to De Nang where we spent one night and the next day we took a bus from De Nang to Hoi An City Centre. The cost for the bus is 30,000 VND from De Nang to Hoi An.
Where did we stay?
Julia and I decided to stay a little outside of the city centre in Hoi An. Both of our homestay’s had bike rentals which allowed us to bike to the city centre within 15 minutes, or we had the option of jumping in a Grabb taxi for less than 2 dollars Canadian, yes that’s right, less than two bucks! The city centre was filled with food, shopping, and bars which was great but we preferred to stay on the quieter side of town.
Basil Homestay And Hostel, Hoi An
Phone: +84 983115839
Address: 188 Nguyen Chi Thanh, Hoi An, Vietnam
Stayed here for 3 days and booked a private room. Our private room was amazing for the price we paid! The free bike rentals made getting around very easy. We also decided to ride our bikes both to the city centre and to the beach.
Mama’s House Hoi An Homestay
Address:06 Nguyen Duc Canh, Tan An, Hoi An, Vietnam
Phone: +84 0914488039
We stayed at Mama’s House Hoi An Homestay for two nights, it was a 1-minute drive from Basil Homestay And Hostel. This homestay was family run and probably one of the sweetest little places we stayed during our stay in Hoi An. The family really took good care of us and even arranged a shuttle to the airport for our flight to Saigon. They also offer bike rentals which is great since they are a bit far from the city centre.
Where did I get Clothes Made?
Cloth Shop LYLY Custom Tailor
619 Hai Ba Trung St
Hoi An City Vietnam
If you guys are heading to Hoi An to have some clothes made, please be sure to check out my post 7 Tips on Getting Tailor Made Clothes in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Stay Restless my friends!