Hoian Sincerity Hotel & Spa
Sport & leisure
Open Monday - Sunday 6.00am - 10.00pm
- Jogging machine
- Free weights
- Multi GYM
- Upright Bike
- Cross Trainer
- Exercise Ball
- Abdominal bench
- Courier, parcel and postal services
- Concierge and airport service
- Foreign currency exchange
- Limousine service and tour desk
- Laundry and dry cleaning service
- Doctor on call
Explore the Ancient Town of Hoi An
Located on the banks of the Thu Bon River, the ancient town of Hoi An was historically one of Southeast Asia’s most important trade ports. Chinese, Japanese, Indian and even Dutch merchants once frequented the town for its valuable exports and strategic positioning. Heavy silting of the river’s mouth during the 18th century slowly prevented large merchant ships from entering the bustling port, leaving the town relatively untouched for over 200 years. Rediscovered in the late 20th century, UNESCO declared Hoi An a World Heritage Site in 1999, restoring its international prominence.
Situated 30 kilometers (19 miles) south of Da Nang City, Hoi An proudly stands today as Vietnam’s best-preserved cultural site. Low, tiled-roof traditional houses convey Hoi An’s Chinese and Japanese heritage with picturesque mango-colored streets and alleys interconnecting the downtown area. The colors, quaint riverside community and old-world atmosphere help make Hoi An one of the world’s most unique and memorable destinations to visit.
From historic merchant shop fronts and open-air markets to communal houses, temples, pagodas and cultural centers, a stroll through Hoi An’s ancient town is a genuine walk through Southeast Asian history. With a breathtaking countryside, pristine beaches & coastline and a number of notable historic destinations surrounding Hoi An, visitors will be captivated and charmed by every aspect of ancient Faifo (the traditional Chinese name for Hoi An).
Whether your interests lie in history, culture, natural beauty, outdoor activities or total relaxation- you’ll be able to find them all in this iconic corner of Central Vietnam.
According to the centre of Quang Nam Tourism, Hoi An is home to 1,360 relics, including 1,068 ancient houses, 19 pagodas, 43 temples, 23 communal houses, 38 family temples, 5 assembly halls, 11 wells, one traditional bridge and 44 ancient tombs. The Ancient Town itself is home to more than 1,000 relic sites.