Hoi An Weather in September


Season: Rainy Season 

In Hoi An, the rainy season gets into full swing in September, bringing higher humidity and much more rainfall than previous months. In other words, Hoi An weather in September generally is wet and rainy. The total rainfall accumulates to around 297mm and nearly 20 rainy days can be expected in this month. The humidity in September rises a little to 81%. The considerable amount of precipitation brings a downward trend in temperatures. In details, the average temperature keeps around 24-31℃(75-88℉). 

The frequent downpours may disrupt travelers’ itineraries. People who visit Hoi An this month should travel with rain gear, especially in the afternoon.     


Averages for Hoi An Weather in September

Temperature: 28°C / 82°F
High Temperature: 31°C / 88°F
Low Temperature: 24°C / 75°F
Humidity: 81%
Rainfall: 297 mm
Rainy Days: 19 days
Sunrise: 05:33 ~ 05:37
Sunset: 17:36 ~ 18:00

What to Wear in Hoi An in September

Visiting Hoi An in September, travelers are suggested to prepare light summer outfits like short-sleeve shirts, light pants, dresses, and blouses. Some quick-drying clothes are also recommended to wear in case of sudden showers. A thin overcoat or hoodie may be necessary for the morning or evening. Also, take an umbrella or a raincoat when going out.  
Hoi An Clothes in September September Wear in Hoi An

Top Things to Do in Hoi An in September

Recommendation Rate of Travel:

Hoi An’s rainy weather in September may be a little unfriendly but it does not affect your travel schedule too much because the rain usually does not last long. If weather permits, soft beaches near Hoi An are recommended, like An Bang Beach, Cua Dai beach, and Hidden Beach. Island lovers can also take a speedboat to enjoy a day trip to Cham Island where you can not only enjoy fine beaches and exciting water activities, but also dive deep to explore the underwater world. Some attractions in the old town are also worth your lingering. Apart from appreciating the old-time architecture like the Japanese Covered Bridge, it is advised to visit the Precious Heritage Museum by Réhahn to learn more about Vietnamese culture, and stop by Hoi An Memories Land, Vietnam’s first cultural theme park.  


If you are going to visit beaches, check the real-time weather forecast ahead to avoid any stormy and rainy days. 
- Last updated on Mar. 17, 2023 by Kate Liu -