Known as a romantic atmosphere for celebrating festive season, Hoi An ancient town is an ideal place for 2017 New Years Eve parties with your dearest people. Below are several of hundreds venues in the ancient town for your partying countdown. It’s noted that most of Hoi An’s bars and restaurants are along Le Loi or Nguyen Thai Hoc streets, some others are on Cua Dai beach and An Bang beach.
Dive Bar at 88 Nguyen Thai Hoc Str
The switched-on British team behind Dive bar has created a great vibe through welcoming service, contemporary electronic tunes and a party atmosphere. Check out the gorgeous cocktail garden and bar at the rear, and learn the trade by taking one of their mixology classes. Dive Bar is home to the Cham Island Diving Center.
Zero Sea Mile Club at Cua Dai Beach
Right on the beach, boasting a lovely terrace, swimming pool, billiards table, full service restaurant & rock n’ roll. Zero Sea Mile bar is open all hours and kicks along with plenty of dancing to current and classic beats. Zero Sea Mile has been closed for a year or so but it’s back. A bus shuttles thirsty travellers from Then and Now to Zero Sea Mile when closing time hits the old town.
Q Bar Hoi An at 99 Nguyen Thai Hoc Str
Q Bar Hoi An is a bit expensive option than its budget neighbors. These days, Hoi An’s prices are catching up and it’s serving seriously good drinks at reasonable prices. One for Hoi An’s increasing groovy luxury travel set, Q Bar stocks the old town’s most extensive bar and cocktail list.
Tam Tam Cafe at 110 Nguyen Thai Hoc Str
A little further down from Q Bar is Tam Tam – the mainstay of Hoi An nightlife during the nineties when Hoi An’s first new wave of travelers began arriving. Set in a lovingly restored tea warehouse, this cool hang-out indulges in comfortable tropical decor and plenty of lounge space upstairs. The outdoor seating is good for people-watching, while the scene is livelier around the pool table and the balcony.
Then and Now Bar at 51 Le Loi str
Then and Now is Hoi An’s most noisy and most popular bar. Attracting a mainly young crowd, it’s also the place you’re most likely to get a drink when the others listed here shut up shop. A good choice if you’re needing a little more energy than what’s available elsewhere.
Why Not bar at 110 Pham Hong Thai Str
Great late-night hang-out run by a friendly local character who’s been in the bar game for decades. There’s a popular pool table, an upper terrace and often a convivial atmosphere. Check out the DIY jukebox: choose a tune from YouTube and it’ll be beamed over the sound system. It’s about 1km east of the downtown.
White Marble at 98 Le Loi Str
White Marble has Hoi An’s best wine selection as well as spirits, beers and cocktails at good prices. The cosy, airy building over two floors is a gem. The Hoi An’s only wine bar does very good food as well.
How to get to Hoi An
Hoi An ancient town is a World Culture Heritage in central Vietnam. Though the city does not has its own airport but Da Nang International airport is just 25 km away. Visitors can easy get to Hoi An from Danang by taxi or by bus. If you are planning to spend you New Years Eve in Hoi An, remember to book your hotels sometime in advance to avoid any last-moment problems.