There is no train line to Hoi An and no airport near Hoi An, however, you can travel direct from Hue to Hoi An by bus.
Bus Times from Hue to Hoi An
There are 2 services a day from Hue to Hoi An which you can book online.
|08:15||14:55||$ 12.95||Hue Tourist|
|15:30||18:50||$ 9.32||Hue Tourist|
- Hue Tourist transports passengers on this service in a 27 seat air-conditioned micro-bus.
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Hue Bus Stop
Hue Tourist services to Hoi An depart from 11 Nguyễn Công Trứ, Phú Hội, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam.
Hoi An Bus Stop
Hue Tourist services from Hue to Hoi An terminate at 43 Trần Hưng Đạo, Hội An.
About Hoi An
Hoi An is a city of around 120,000 permanent residents that was important trading port during the periods from the 7th to 10th Centuries and again during the 16th and 17th Centuries. A good number of the buildings from that second prosperous period have survived in good condition, with an ‘Old Town’ area preserved by strict planning laws and some slightly less strict rules about taking cars and motorbikes into this part of the city. Hoi An has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status and attracts large number of tourists, particularly on day trips. The city is a lively, if slightly expensive, place with lots of bars, hotels and restaurants. As well as sight seeing people come to Hoi An to enjoy the beach and the nightlife. Staying overnight as opposed to coming for a day trip is advisable, if no other reason then it gives you the opportunity to see the city before the day trippers arrive and after they all depart in the evening, which tends to be at around 20:00.
Hoi An is a normal city as well as a historical site, and you can walk around the Old Town and other areas without paying any entrance fee. If you want to go inside any of 21 designated historical sites in the Old Town, however, you need to pay an entrance fee of 120,000 VND which gives you entry to any 5 out of the 21 attractions. The most famous of these 21 attractions in the Japanese Covered Bridge, which was built by the Japanese residents of Hoi An in the early part of the 17th Century, there are also museums, old temples and tombs to visit.