Hoi An Weather in August


Season: Rainy Season 

In Hoi An, the rainy season usually kicks off in late August and the rainfall and humidity both increase slightly compared with those in July. The precipitation of this month has increased to over 100mm and more rainy days occur while the humidity reaches 77%. But the monsoon showers usually do not last long and travelers don’t need to worry too much. The temperature still keeps high. Specifically, the average temperature always hovers between 25-33℃(77-91℉).

Considering the weather of Hoi An, August is feasible to enjoy a beach holiday. Just check the weather forecast ahead to avoid the showering moments. 


Averages for Hoi An Weather in August

Temperature: 30°C / 86°F
High Temperature: 33°C / 91°F
Low Temperature: 25°C / 77°F
Humidity: 80%
Rainfall: 103 mm
Rainy Days: 22 days
Sunrise: 05:27 ~ 05:35
Sunset: 18:00 ~ 18:18

What to Wear in Hoi An in August

The proper clothes to wear in Hoi An in August are mainly summer outfits. Make sure to bring light, breathable, and airy clothing like short sleeve shirts, shorts, skirts, and dresses. If you want to enjoy the sunshine on the beach, then swimming suits, sandals, and flip-flops are necessary. Umbrella or raincoats should also be packed in your luggage as you may meet monsoon showers.   
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Top Things to Do in Hoi An in August

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Having fun on soft beaches is surely one of the best things to do in Hoi An in August. Although somehow hot, you may enjoy a less hectic experience on An Bang Beach and Cua Dai Beach because it’s the low travel season. Don’t miss interesting water sports like jet-skiing, snorkeling and surfing. Taking in the Hoi An Ancient Town’s ancientness and tranquility is another must-do in August. The old architecture of Chinese and Japanese styles is the highlights, like the Old House of Phun Hung and the Japanese Covered Bridge. Réhahn Fine Art Gallery in the old town is a small museum but definitely worth your lingering. It collects metallic photographs telling Vietnamese stories and Vietnam’s ethnic cultures, very stunning and impressive.    


To avoid scorching sunlight, it is recommended to sightsee in the old town in the early morning or late evening.   
- Last updated on Mar. 17, 2023 by Kate Liu -