Hoi An Climate & Weather

Hoi An is an ancient city in Vietnam, located in the middle of its territory. Hoi An is close to the sea and has been an important port city since ancient times, so it is still one of the fastest growing cities in Vietnam. The tourism industry is very developed. To travel to Hoi An, you must first understand the climate of Hoi An. This article Hoi An Climate and Weather will give you a brief introduction to the climate of Hoi An so that you can plan your trip smoothly.


Hoi An Weather

Hoi An Weather


Hoi An Climate and Weather

Hoi An belongs to the typical tropical climate. There are only two main seasons in this city: the rainy season and the dry season. Hoi An is a relatively warm city all year round, with an average temperature of around 25 degrees Celsius. It will be relatively hot in inland areas, but it is not as hot near the coast. The climate at Hoi An’s seaside is very pleasant and very suitable for tourism.



The highest temperature measured during the day is 38 degrees Celsius from June to August, and the minimum temperature drops at 21 degrees Celsius at night. In winter from November to January, it brings the coldest weather when the average daily temperature is between 19 and 24 degrees Celsius. However, this cold does not seem to affect tourists from the northern hemisphere.



Since Hoi An is a coastal area, it is sometimes hit by typhoons. Therefore, tourists who plan to travel to Hoi An should always pay attention to the weather forecast in Hoi An, especially around July of each year. Typhoons usually strike at this time of the year, so we hope you will be on your guard.


Rainy Season in Hoi An

The rainy season falls from August to December every year, with a lot of rain. Hoi An is close to Da Nang. The Hai Van Mountain in the north of Da Nang blocks the circulation of the atmosphere, so it is easy to form rainfall. Da Nang and Hoi An have more rainfall than other places in Vietnam. Remember to bring rain gear when you go out. In the rainy season, typhoons sometimes cause floods when they occur, which can inadvertently disturb your wonderful journey.



Cua Dai Beach


Dry Season in Hoi An

Every year from January to July is the dry season of Hoi An, and there is less rainfall. The weather from January to April is cooler, which is the best time to travel in Hoi An.


Best Time to Visit Hoi An

The best time to travel to Hoi An is from January to April each year. The climate in Hoi An is relatively cool and warm this season, and it is a suitable time to visit. Low humidity, little rain and warm sunshine make it a good time to enjoy the sunbath in An Bang beaches. However, Hoi An old town is suitable for visiting all year round.





Hoi An is influenced by the multi-ethnic culture, the holidays are colorful, and people are actively participating. Every year, in addition to common festivals such as New Year and Christmas, people will also celebrate the Lunar New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival, and will also hold an exchange performance with Japan every year. Besides, as a world cultural heritage, Hoi An also participates in "An Earth Hour" in March every year. Visitors who want to experience the festive atmosphere and appreciate the beautiful lanterns in Hoi An should not miss it.


Dressing Code

The temperature in Hoi An is relatively pleasant all year round. If you go in summer, short trousers and short-sleeved shirts are enough. If you go in winter, remember to bring long pants and a jacket.


Ao Dai

Ao Dai

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