Hoi An Heritage

Discover the diversity and history of Hoi An






For centuries the city of Hoi An was an important and strategic port for traders from China, Portugal, The Netherlands, Japan and elsewhere in Asia. This rich history has resulted in an eclectic mix of architectural styles and unique local food all set on the banks of the Thu Bon river.

Hoi An Heritage

Hoi An also boasts craft workshops, hands-on agricultural activities and beautiful white sand beaches. History trips in Hoi An can be combined with trips to other notable sites such as Tra Que, a 300 year old organic farm or My Son, an ancient Champa temple built in the 4th century.

With its rich heritage, excellent food and stunning beaches, The Learning Project trips to Central Vietnam would suit students of all ages and can be amended to meet a range of curriculum requirements (IB/GSCE or other).

All our trips can be adapted or amended to meet the needs and curriculum requirements of students (IB/GSCE or other).

Please contact us for a quote or to discuss your tailor-made trip.

Example Itinerary

Type:                  History and Culture
Duration:         9 days
Best months: Dryer and (slightly) cooler January to May
Age/Level:       Grade 6/ 12 years+
Starts:                Hanoi
Ends:                   Hanoi  

Day 1: Arrive Hanoi
Day 2: Sightseeing and museum tour
Day 3: Fly to Da Nang, bus to Hoi An ancient town
Day 4: Sightseeing and scavenger hunt
Day 5: Organic farm and art activity
Day 6: Cycling tour and beach trip
Day 7: My Son temple tour
Day 8: Return to Hanoi for feedback session
Day 9: Depart

From This Trip

Highly Organized


The Learning Project really catered for all our children’s needs and made the trip really enjoyable. Despite having large numbers of students, the activities were high quality and organised so that all children could take part.

Teacher, British International School, Hanoi, Hoi An Trip 2018

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