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The ancient town of Hoi An lies along the Thu Bon River and East Vietnam Sea, known for its stunning beaches and history. Its name means peaceful meeting place in Vietnamese, although it was historically known as Faifo by the Europeans and Americans. The city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999 because of its historical, cultural, and natural heritage.
Settled between 1000 BC and 200 AD by the Sa Huynh people, the main wealth came from its spice trade, using the Thu Bon River estuary as a trading site. The unique Japanese Bridge, built in the 16th century, is the only known covered bridge in the world with a Buddhist temple on one end, making it a popular tourist attraction.
In a city where the average temperature is 85 degrees and a low temperature in the upper 60s, beaches and other outdoor activities are popular with the locals and the tourists. An Bang Beach on Hai Ba Trung is the most popular for its white sandy beaches lined with palapas, lush green trees, and eateries. Most people travel by foot or bicycle in Hoi An or along the river in a kayak or motorboat. No matter what you are doing in Hoi An, you will surely find something to spark your interest.
At Bounce, we are often traveling, so we know the struggle of having to lug your bags with you wherever you go. We have several Bounce locations in the Hoi An area where you can drop off your belongings while you explore and enjoy the city. Just download our Bounce app, book your bags, and drop them off on your way to wherever you want to go. Locals can enjoy our services, too. When leaving work, the gym, or wherever you are coming from, stow your stuff with Bounce to prevent being weighed down.
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Hoi An is a stunningly beautiful beachfront city with a peaceful atmosphere because everyone is laid back and relaxed. With no airport, train, or bus station, Hoi An remains an unspoiled retreat for those who visit and those who live there. Visit local attractions like the Japanese Bridge, Ancient Town, the Riverfront, and the Dragon Fountain at the Cantonese Assembly Hall. But first, drop your bags off with one of our convenient Bounce partners.
There are four main museums in Hoi An, all managed by the Hoi An Center for Cultural Management and Preservation. However, there are many other privately owned and public museums and memorials to visit as well. Here are a few of our favorites.
Museum of History and Culture: Located on Nguyen Hue Street, the pagoda museum was built in the 17th century. The museum has relics from the periods dating all the way back to the 7th century Champa peoples. Some of the bronze drums were traced back to 3000 BC during the Dong Son era. There are also jar burials, anchors, scales, porcelain, and ceramics, as well as photographs and other exhibits.
Precious Heritage Museum: On Phan Boi Chau, the Precious Heritage Museum has artifacts and photographs collected by French photographer Réhahn. With tapestries, heirlooms, stories, portraits, and photos, this artist tells the historic story of the ethnic tribes of Vietnam. The museum boasts five rooms in the 19th-century building, holding more than 60 tribal costumes, books, and documents to learn all about the 54 tribes and their subgroups in Vietnam.
Museum of the Sa Huynh Culture: This more recently built museum on Tran Phu Street was established in 1994. They boast a tremendous collection of artifacts from the Sa Huynh people, who are thought to be the first settlers in the city. There are more than 200 artifacts dating back to over 3,000 years ago including burial jars, ceramics, jewelry, and stonework.
Be sure to drop your bags off at one of our Bounce locations because you will need both hands to carry all your purchases. Hoi An is famous for its extremely low prices for souvenirs, handcrafts, and silks, as well as other items you may be looking for. Check out these places while you are in town.
Silk Row: Shop on silk row along Tran Hung Dao, where locals have been spinning and selling handmade silks for centuries. On the streets of Silk Row, you can find over 600 shops with silk garments, including pants, dresses, shirts, and kimonos. You can even see how the silk is made starting from the silkworm farms where the little worms eat mulberry leaves and produce 1,000 yards of thread each.
Marble Mountains: This cluster of marble hills located on Huyen Tran Cong Chua are popular for their caves as well as their temples. But they are also famous due to the handcrafted items made by the locals. Using the elements from the mountains around them, these artisans make and sell amazing works of art out of marble and stone. Be sure to haggle with them to get the best price.
Markets: You will not find many shopping malls in Hoi An, but they do have some markets you will enjoy. The Hoi An Night Market on Nguyen Hoang Street boasts over 50 vendors selling clothing, souvenirs, and food. The Hoi An Central Market along the Thu Bon River on Tran Phu and Nguyen Hue is another popular place to shop. There, you can buy herbs and spices, silks, fish, and just about anything else you want.
Try some Cau Lao while you are in Hoi An. The tasty noodle dish has been enjoyed there since the 17th century. According to the locals, the rice noodles are made with water from a secret well outside of town, which makes them so delicious. There are many other local tastes to enjoy here as well.
Street Food: Street barbecue on the north bank of Thu Bon River is a tradition for locals and visitors in Hoi An. You will find dozens of barbecue pits lined up along the waterfront with skewers filled with shrimp, chicken, or pork, dipped in peanut sauce and wrapped with rice paper. You cannot leave Hoi An without at least trying the Thu Bon Riverfront BBQ kebabs.
Co Mai Restaurant: On Nguyen Thai Hoc, you will find a delightful restaurant owned and run by French Chef Didier Corlou with his partner Hoang Phuong Mai. Enjoy the Vietnamese delights cooked up in French fashion with a tasting menu of braised pork, barracuda, and curry wrapped in a banana leaf. This typically comes with other sides like salad, fried eggrolls, and even a banana cake for dessert.
Vy’s Market: With eight locations around the city, this street cart/food court has over 200 unique and even strange foods to try. They have everything from monkfish curry to pork stuffed squid. They even have steamed pig brains! Rice crackers, roasted peanuts, and rolls are served on the side or for a snack. And you can get a cooking lesson if you go to the location on Nguyen Hoang Street.
How much does luggage storage cost in Hoi An?
The price for luggage storage in Hoi An is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Hoi An?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Hoi An.
Are there storage lockers in Hoi An?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Hoi An. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Hoi An where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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