The best time to visit Hoi An

by Administrator | Friday, May 9, 2014 | 840 views
Thu Bon River, Hoian

Thu Bon River, Hoian

Hoi An city has a warm weather all around year that is typical for the tropical climate of Vietnam, has an average temperature of 29 Degree Celsius. There are two distinct seasons every year in Hoi An: the rainy season lasts from August to December and the dry season from January to July, there are occasional winter frosts but not bold and last for a long time.

The dry season of Hoi An lasts from January to September, however the period from February to June is the most suitable time to visit the ancient city. Because it is the period of most beautiful weather in Hoi An in a year, when it has temperate weather that is mild, beautiful, moderate humidity and sunshine, very little rain. June, July and August also belongs to dry season of the city, however the temperature in these months are so high, when the highest temperature in daytime would reach a peak of 38 Degree Celsius or drop at the lowest temperature of 21 Degree Celsius at night. For the tourists who are interested in sunbathing should make a schedule to visit Hoi An at the end of May or beginning of June.

In rainy season, the period from September to January, especially from November to January, these are coldest days in Hoi An, when the average temperature is usually from 19 to 24 Degree Celsius. There are storms and floods sometimes in the period, that is a valuable reason for the tourist to consider about the trip. If any visitors arrive at a decision to come to Hoi An at this time, it is a good choice to follow the weather forecast of the area, and take care of the decision.

Hoi An celebrates a Full  Moon Festival every 14th day of the lunar month. In the occasion, Hoi An old town shuts down to motorised vehicles and the lanterns come out. It is a very colorful and beautiful festival that is valuable for a trip. So if you intend to have a trip to Hoi An, you should choose to come in these days when the festival is available and enjoy it to know more about Hoi An’s special culture.

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