Typical for the tropical climate of Vietnam, Hoi An and Da Nang city possesses warm weather the whole year with its average temperature of 29 Degree Celsius. The city only has two main seasons: rainy and dry seasons instead of four seasons like in Northern Vietnam.
Although the temperatures are warm throughout the year, the hottest months on average are June and July, during which time the daily high temperatures will be in the mid 35C-37C. The nighttime temperatures during these months will drop to the 30C-32C. The coldest months of the year are December and January. During these months the daily temperatures will be in the upper 22C-25C, and will drop to the mid 18C during the nights.
Generally more important to visitors than temperatures is the rain. The rainy (or monsoon) season in Hoi An and Da Nang is from October until January. During this time, rain clouds will constantly move through the area, particularly during November. It can rain constantly and there is a high probability of flood and typhoons. There are days during which sunshine is abundant, but they are not the majority. This is still considered high season in Hoi An.
The dry season is from February until July. These months provide plenty of sunshine, with warm temperatures.
The best time to visit Hoi An and Da Nang is between February and April, when rainfall is low and temperatures are comfortable. From May and June, it is the summer, the temperatures can get hot.
In Hoi An, They celebrate the Full Moon Festivals in every month and the city becomes the stage for traditional songs, dancing, games and special vegetarian versions of all the local speciality dishes, with lanterns lining all of the streets.
You should experience Hoi An and Da Nang once at least!
Body massage therapies are not just a bunch of techniques to relax your body, they are also known for offering a wide range of health benefits like assuage muscle ache and enhance blood circulation.
1. Bring down the muscle ache
Massage can help you with your pain issues. It can help in reducing the back pain, pain due to osteoarthritis, and others, and helps you in getting a pain free night of sleep. By choosing the right massage therapy at our massage center that will suit your age and body requirements, you can live a life free from pains. In addition, if you are an athlete or a sports person, a massage can be very effective after a long session of training in the field or indoors.
2. Get better sleep
A good massage session can get rid of the fatigue from your body and help your body relax at night. You will be able to sleep better without feeling any kind of stress or muscle exhaustion. Some researchers believe that massage helps people in getting into deeper sleep for better part of the night. So that you will be able to start next day feeling rested and reenergized.
3. Massage may ease cancer treatment
Massage therapies are quite beneficial for patients going through cancer treatment. Massage helps in alleviating the pain, relaxes the body, reduce the muscle anxiety, and helps in dealing with the problems like queasiness and sleeping ailment.
4. Eases the signs of depression
A soothing human touch can have some amazing healing effects on a person’s mind and body, especially when that person if feeling sad and disheartened. A right kind of massaging therapy can reduce your stress levels considerably, and makes you feel better and less anxious. It helps clear your mind so that you can look at things from a different perspective and feel positive.
5. Massage can reduce your head pains
If you have been suffering from headaches for some time now, then maybe it’s time to try a therapeutic touch of a professional massage therapist. Some experts believe that a massage can reduce your headaches and make them a bit bearable. Massaging your neck and upper back can bring down your head pain to some extent even without medications.
1. Romantic Atmosphere
Hoi An is considered an ideal place for couples. Why? A walk of contemplating sunset, cocktails in the character bar, or a special dinner at dusk in the riverside coffee shop in the Old town of Hoi An offer romantic experiences couples always look for. The historic quarter along with its beautiful riverside setting is definitely attractive towards lovers.
2. The Old Town
In the 16th and 17th centuries, Hoi An was a busy trading center. Nowadays, this historic quarter is a mysterious, enchanting streetscape of Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese houses. The streets in Hoi An are uniformly pained mango-yellow. Every night, there are colored, traditional lanterns hung on the streets. The architecture, historic sites, and river life remain completely unscathed.
3. The Countryside
When thinking about Vietnam, the countryside, in general, and countryside in Hoi An, in particular, is what you are picturing. Swaying bamboo, vast green rice paddies, farmers donning iconic conical hats, coconut trees, water buffalos trotting along the small road and peaceful riverside villages looking like they have never heard about tourism… this is what make Hoi An so memorable and impressive in the eyes of Western tourists.
4. Local Markets
Rambutan, mangostene, and papaya are a few of the sweet juicy tropical sold in lively produce markets of Hoi An. Make sure that you visit the markets in Hoi An in the early morning to get the freshest produce. Look for spices, go to the markets and you will see them in sealed packets and could be brought home as presents. Bot Ngu Vi Huong (Bột Ngũ Vị Hương) (the powder of five aromas) is great for seasoning the meat.
5. Nightly Events
Hoi An does not slow down after the sun sets. Dance and music performances are usually celebrated along the riverfront in the evenings. You will notice locals and tourists releasing floating candles with the well wish into Thu Bon (Thu Bồn) River. In case you love shopping at nighttime, then feel free to cross the bridge over to the An Hoi Island in which an interesting night market sets up selling various stuff from beaded necklaces to silk lanterns.
6. Street Food
Vietnamese street food is famous and Hoi An is one of the places offering the best of street food in Vietnam. The street food in Hoi An is mouth-watering tasty and extremely affordable. In particular, Hoi An has a few local specialties, such as Cao Lau and white rose dumpling, which are the fat noodles well served with mint and pork. Authentic Cao Lau (Cao Lầu) noodles are dipped into the water collected from the ancient wells around Hoi An. White rose dumplings have shrimps as their main ingredient. The dish is arranged prettily on the rose-shaped plate. These dishes are available in the menu of most restaurants in Hoi An and often cost under $2.
7. Massage in Hoi an
Nothing completes a long day of touring in Hoi An better than a blissful and relaxing
Before running out to the closest spa, you'll need to do some homework. We learned the hard way not all massages in Hoi An are created equal. The level of training, cleanliness and professionalism vary greatly so it's important to do some research first.
At first glance Hoi An Massage prices are higher than most places in southeast Asia.
These listed prices are for tourists that don't ask for a deal and just accept the price. If you are one of those people, stop doing that! You are driving up prices for everyone else. Ask for a better price then the one that is posted on the menu. Most of the time it seems to be “Happy Hour” at every spa in Hoi An. This is their sales pitch where prices will generally be anywhere from 20% to 50% off.
We all know that a short foot massage every now and then can really help us relax, particularly after a long day of standing up and walking around, when our feet tend to swell up. Sure, everyone enjoys it, but does it really have any benefits other than making us feel a bit more relaxed and relieving some of the pain?There are many claims, some fairly outrageous, about what a simple massage can do for you, but there is very little evidence to support them. We will take a look at some of the benefits of foot massage that are supported by actual scientific research – benefits that are either immediate or can be seen and felt after a couple of weeks, even with as little as two to three sessions per week.
1. It’s good for your sex life
2. Improves circulation
3. Helps prevent foot and ankle injuries
4. Reduces the effects of depression and anxiety
5. Helps with headaches and migraines
6. Lowers blood pressure
7. Helps with flat feet and plantar fasciitis
8. Helps alleviate symptoms of PMS and menopause
9. Reduces effects of edema in pregnant women
Hoi An “is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century... The town reflects a fusion of indigenous and foreign cultures (principally Chinese and Japanese with later European influences) that combined to produce this unique survival.” What you see today is a townscape built during the 17th and 18th centuries, which still includes 1,107 timber-frame buildings and a street plan that once allowed customer access from the front of them, and convenient off-loading of goods from boats on the river.
1. Walk around and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site
When you walk around the well-preserved ancient town, you’ll see the influences of Vietnam, China, France, and Japan. There is an entry fee at the gate of this preserved area. It is 120,000 VND (5.38 USD) and the ticket is valid for 24 hours, thus if you visit the town for two days, you can come back with the same ticket for the next day. The ticket comes with mini 5 tickets for the temples within the preserved area. The entry fee is used for the preservation of this World Heritage Site.
Go to An Bang - Hoi An's beaches
Around 6kms from downtown, An Bang is making its new stream of visitors welcome with deck chairs, palm frond umbrellas and there’s a great range of restaurants serving everything from delicious local seafood to western dishes. Sunbathe on the sands, take a dip in the ocean, and watch as kids frolic and play on the beach.
Visit Tra Que vegetable village
Tra Que vegetable village is a source of fresh vegetables for Hoi An and an interesting stop if you’re cycling towards An Bang beach from the old town. Many of vast number of herbs and vegetables that find their way into Vietnam's delicious cuisine are grown here. And it’s all said to be organic too.
The people are friendly and the whole place is peaceful and beautiful. There are small tourist eateries and cooking classes run around the garden.
Hoi An is also famous for its tailor shops, which are everywhere, and shopping in Hoi An and having clothes made is one of the top things to do in Hoi An.
Come armed with a favourite outfit to have copied, or browse through magazines or Pinterest on the shops’ iPads to choose your style.
Massage and beauty
There is spa and massage everywhere with completely different prices. we advise you to go to Ni spa and massage, a better choice
Located in the center of Hoi, next to the ancient city, Ni Spa and massages are the perfect place to enjoy the nice life for you.
If you feel tired and tense or want a rejuvenation, a massage in the Ni spa and a massage is a better choice.