Hoi An Weather in July


Season: Dry Season 

Hoi An weather in July sees an obvious temperature increase compared with previous months. The average temperature reaches 31℃(88℉) and the average high temperature peaks at 34℃(93℉). Even at night, the average lowest temperature stay at around 26℃(79℉). The only good news is that the humidity in July is not so high, keeping at 73%, avoiding sticky and muggy weather. As for rainfall, the precipitation accumulates to 90 mm, which would hardly affect your sightseeing. 

Though a little hot, July is ideal time for a beach vacation, island exploring, and water activities while hot days would not detract the charm from Hoi An Ancient Town, either.  


Averages for Hoi An Weather in July

Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
High Temperature: 34°C / 93°F
Low Temperature: 26°C / 79°F
Humidity: 73%
Rainfall: 90 mm
Rainy Days: 19 days
Sunrise: 05:19 ~ 05:29
Sunset: 18:19 ~ 18:23

What to Wear in Hoi An in July

Due to its baking hot and dry weather, it is recommended to pack some breathable and light summer clothes if you are visiting Hoi An in July. Summer tops like T-shirts and sleeveless vests are recommended. Shorts and light dresses are also peoper. For a Hoi An trip in July, sandals, flip-flops, and swimming suits are also musts to prepare. 
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Top Things to Do in Hoi An in July

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Visiting Hoi An in July, one of the best things to do is to enjoy the sunshine on the beaches, among which An Bang and Cua Dai beaches featuring white fine sand are top choices. For island hoppers and snorkelers, a day trip to Cham Island to sink in the cool water or dive deep into the underwater sea world should not be missed. In baking hot days, Tra Que Vegetable Village is a good place to experience planting and farming with locals. You may also have an opportunity to take a cooking class there. Last but not least, don’t forget to stroll around Hoi An Ancient Town to appreciate centuries-old architecture and experience the fascinating melange of Asian cultures.


On July’s scorching days, pay attention to protecting yourself from strong UVs by wearing sunglasses and hats. Also, using sunscreen is helpful. 
- Last updated on Mar. 17, 2023 by Kate Liu -