Team Building in Hoi An Vietnam
Hoi An as your team building and MICE destination
Hoi An is an exquisite gem of a town with architectural influences from China, Europe and Japan, located on the river just inland from China Beach. Once one of the most important ports in Asia, Hoi An was a thriving seaport where sailors and traders from all corners of the world engaged in business activities. Nowadays it is one of Vietnam's highlights - a beautiful example of old world Asia - and enjoys World Heritage protection. Guests will enjoy strolling through narrow, colourful streets, filled with numerous galleries, shops and workshops, in ancient houses. Watch artisans at work, enjoy fascniating street life and vibrant local markets. Learn local crafts and the art of Vietnamese cuisine in hands on classes. Or simply relax and absorb the tranquil pace of life. Hoi An is also the tailoring capital of Vietnam and a wonderful place to get costumes made for your group for a gala dinner with a difference. On the river, a leisurely cruise takes in breathtaking scenery - locals fishing and water buffalo working the paddy fields. Filled with restaurants, Hoi An offers great dine around opportunities and we can even do a street party, closing off a part of the town exclusively for your group. Beach barbecues and fisherman themed evenings add an exotic accompaniment to your event programmes with endless opportunities.
For delegates and guests wanting to explore the rich culture of Vietnam, this region certainly does not disappoint. North of Danang lies Hue, the ancient capital of Vietnam, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993. The magnificent architectural heritage of the old Imperial Capital is a highlight of Vietnam and the Imperial citadel was modelled after the Forbidden City in Beijing. An important centre for Buddhism, Hue is also where royal music originated, and is famous for traditional imperial cuisine and sophisticated handicrafts.
The nearby ruins of My Son are the most extensive examples of the distinctive Cham architecture in the country and are fascinating to explore, whilst out at sea, a visit to Cham Island can be incorporated for relaxation, snorkelling and scuba diving, adding yet more thriling aspects to an already very well rounded and intriguing destination.
Beautiful resorts are popping up all along China Beach, from Danang to Hoi An, perfect for corporate groups, or properties inland right in the heart of Hoi An are also a fabulous option.
Weather in Hoi An
As the weather in Hoi An is warm during the whole year and it's attraction is cultural and historical tourism, any month would be an appropriate time to visit this old city. However, from February to July, Hoi An is more attractive and exciting in dry and comfortable weather so that visitors can travel around to see many interesting places inside and outside the city like Cua Dai Beach or old streets.
Elephant riding along the beach, traditional Vietnamese cooking classes, day trips to nearby attractions including the historic My Son ruins, the world-famous China Beach, Marble Mountain or perhaps just a guided tour of the beautiful ancient town - the choice is yours and is sure to delight.