At Long Life Hotel we want you to get the most out of your visit and we are here to help. Do you enjoying Shopping? Fishing? Cooking? Scuba diving? Exploring Ancient ruins, shrines and temples? Designing clothes and having them made for you? Bicycling in the Vietnamese countryside? or kicking back and relaxing at the beach? Well you can do all this and more.
Hoi An rocketed onto the scene when it received UNESCO World Cultural Heritage status. It is now a thriving visitor destination with countless wonders to see and things to do.
Try your hand at lantern making learn how to cast a net with the local fishermen. This town is famous for the many tailoring shops that make custom fitted outfits to take back home. Cooking classes are becoming more popular and get rave reviews.
Hoi An ancient town is a unique example of a South-East Asia traditional trading port from the 16th century. Hoi An has a distinctly Chinese atmosphere with low, tiled houses and narrow streets, the original structure of some of these streets still remains almost intact.
And if you love the beach. You’ll love Hoi An. Today, the beautiful 30km beach between Da Nang and Hoi An is the "hottest spot" in Vietnam! Sand, surf and seafood.
Here are just a few tours we suggest you consider:
There are numerous tours for sightseeing and hands-on experiences that ensure your trip here is a memorable one. Enjoy your stay!
And we cannot forget about the Full Moon Festival is held on every 14th day of the lunar month. Under the light of the full moon, Hoi An becomes one big centre stage where all the locals & tourists come out and participate in reviving the golden days of prosperity and folklore with music, plays & parties. They shut down the streets in the old town to all motorbikes, so it's safe to roam around and gaze at the lovely shop fronts full of brightly colored lanterns. It’s a great time to have a meal in one of the many open-air restaurants.
More of the important festivals that are celebrated in Hoi An are listed below. Some of the dates are vague because they are based on the lunar calendar.
Jan - Feb : Tet Festival (Vietnam New Year)
April 30th : Liberation Day (Liberation of Saigon '75)
Mid July : All Souls Day (To pray for wandering souls)
September 2nd : Vietnam’s National Day
October 1st-9th : Autumn Festival (Dragon Dancing)