Hoi An weather in July is suitable for tourists to have an awesome trip.
July is in the dry period, however, you may be less uncomfortable when going to Hoi An in this time unlikely other places. The temperature is not high and it is suitable for you to participate in the outdoor activities. The average temperature is nearly 33oC and there are some rains but not usual.
Hoi An has organized a number of cooking classes. You can apply for a class to know how to make Vietnamese dishes. Before cooking, you will be guided to know the ingredients which are used for cooking. After this short course, you will probably cook Pho for your friends with the taste like Vietnamese Pho.
Hoi An is famous for not only its beautiful places but also a wonderful suit. The tailors are professional and they make a lot of standard suits for domestic and international tourists. You can choose the kind of silks and other textiles to make your own suit. The process to making a suit is about 1 week to make sure that the customers absolutely satisfied with it.
Hoi An weather in July is suitable to go to a beach and sunbathe. There are many marvelous beaches in Hoi An like An Bang Beach, Cua Dai Beach, etc. You should go there and enjoy the peace of the beach, the sound of waves. By the way, strolling along the beach at dawn or sunrise is a fantastic idea.
This dish is originated in China and now it is popular to everyone in Viet Nam and foreigners. Wonton is made from rice flour and combined with some ingredients like eggs, shrimps, etc. It is a great idea to enjoy this dish in Hoi An weather July.
The name “Bánh Khọt” is called by local people. When they eat Khot cake, it sounds strange “khọt khọt”. There are some ingredients in this cake such as coconut cream, salt, onions, and rice flour. The way to cook this dish is so complicated and you will not be disappointed when eating this dish.
Quang Noodles is a famous dish in Hoi An. It is so regretful if you go to Hoi An without eating this dish. Quang Noodles is made from rice noodle and you will eat with pork, shrimp, fresh vegetables and crackers. The broth makes the dish more special and delicious.
Van Duc Pagoda was built in the end of 17th century and in the beginning of 18th century. It is about 4 kilometers from the pagoda to the center of Hoi An. It is considered that Van Duc Pagoda is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Hoi An. The pagoda has reserved many historical items which was related to Hoi An’s history. Besides, in every celebration, many people from many regions come here and pay for luck and health, get fortunes told, etc. Especially, local people will release the paper lanterns into the river on full moons. Van Duc Pagoda is open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm every day and its location is in Dong Na Village, Cam Ha Commune, Hoi An.
My Son Sanctuary is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. My Son Sanctuary was built in the 4th century which included a lot of old Hindu temples. My Son Sanctuary is quite near to Hoi An so it is perfect for you to visit both these marvelous places. Coming here and admiring the beauty of My Son Sanctuary.
Tra Que Village is known for its fresh vegetables and fruits. The village is located between Hoi An and An Bang Beach. The products are made to sell to the restaurants with the hope that the customers will eat fresh and clean vegetables. It is a good idea to come to Tra Que Village and see the life of the locals.