Hoi An Weather in February


Season: Dry Season 

February ushers in the Hoi An's peak travel season, and the Hoi An weather in February keeps pleasant and mild. Generally, the daily temperature ranges between 20-26℃ (68-79℉) with a relatively high humidity of nearly 83%. February sees sparse rains, with the total precipitation of only 32mm, and there are around 4 rainy days. 

With pleasant weather and fine climate, Hoi An allures tourists from all over the globe in February, to soak up its Tet festive atmosphere and many traditional activities can be expected at that time. The Tet Festival is the most important festival in Vietnam. Of course, the hotel prices and flight tickets also go through the roof, and booking ahead is very necessary. 


Averages for Hoi An Weather in February

Temperature: 23°C / 73°F
High Temperature: 26°C / 79°F
Low Temperature: 20°C / 68°F
Humidity: 83%
Rainfall: 32 mm
Rainy Days: 4 days
Sunrise: 06:06 ~ 06:17
Sunset: 17:45 ~ 17:54

What to Wear in Hoi An in February

It is recommended to prepare some light clothes as the weather is warm. Thin jackets, thin sweaters, trench coats, and hoodies are enough for a comfortable trip in Hoi An. And at sunny noon, the temperature can be high, when a shirt or a dress would be suitable. Last but not least, take a pair of comfortable shoes for your ancient town exploring. 
Hoi An Clothes in February February Wear in Hoi An

Top Things to Do in Hoi An in February

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The Tet Festival falls in February most times and partaking in the grand festival is surely one of the top things to do in Hoi An in FEbruary. Celebrations can be seen around the city for at least one week. Don’t miss the spectacular parade, along with delicious street food, lively music, traditional games, and the gorgeous Tet firework show. Apart from diving deep into the local culture, appreciating the centuries-old buildings is a must-do. No matter Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese-style Confucius Temple or French colonial buildings are all worth your attention. After the sun goes down, the ancient town shows its different charm. It’s a lot of fun to walk around the night market, taste local snacks, buy some handicrafts, or just drink a cup of Vietnamese coffee under colorful lanterns to enjoy the beautiful vibes.  


Although it offers unique memories visiting Hoi An during the Tet Festival, the travel costs may soar up, and a number of restaurants and hotels may be closed. Please book hotels as early as possible because they are really in hot demand at that time.  
- Last updated on Mar. 17, 2023 by Kate Liu -