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5 Drinks to Cool You Down in Hoi An – Explore and Stay Cool

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hoi An offers so much to explore from iconic historic artefacts to the lush riverside. And while the tropical weather is a treat to savour when you're out and about exploring, there are times you need to cool down. Check out these 5 drinks to cool you down in Hoi An.


Savour a Sugar Cane Drink

When you're out and about exploring the best attractions in Hoi An, do keep an eye out for a sugar cane stand. The drink is a lovely elixir to cool you down on a hot day. Juice extracted from the sugar cane stalk is used to make the refreshing juice. And a cupful comes at really low prices too! Best of all, sugar cane juice is tipped to offer several health benefits. And one is its ability to increase the protein levels in the body. So do take time to sample a glass of sugar cane juice when enjoying a holiday in Hoi An.


Chill with a Local Beer

Nothing beats the heat like a tall glass of chilled beer. And Hoi An has plenty of restaurants for one to sit back, relax, and savour a cold drink. Amongst the top restaurants in Hoi An are popular ones like Art Space Hoi An. At these innovative restaurants in Hoi An, you can order fresh fruit juices as well as those famous Vietnamese craft beers. Or you can even choose to sit down for a sunset cocktail and watch as the colourful paper lanterns are lit to line the streets and the entire town comes alive with a million lights. These innovative restaurants in Hoi An are ideal for not only trying craft beers but also for contemporary blends of local fruits juices as well as those famous coffees of Vietnam.


Try a Glass of Boba Tea

This is a lovely refreshing drink to cool down with. Taro bubble tea is infused with either tapioca balls or jelly. But this is purely optional, and you can choose to exclude these. However, the entire lot of ingredients in combination makes for a very refreshing drink. Boba tea is served with chunks of ice cubes and is a lovely and delicious refresher.


Cool Down with a Glass of Passion Fruit Juice

Passion fruit is native to tropical and sub-tropical regions. And in Hoi An, the fruit thrives. A glass of fresh passionfruit juice is a great refresher. The sour and tangy taste of passionfruit is quite addictive and is even added to many a dessert as well as cocktails, salads, and yoghurt. Oh, and you may want to try a passionfruit coffee too.


Have a Vietnamese Iced-coffee

Café da or the famous Vietnamese iced coffee is a must-try. It's made with local coffee and brewed using local methods at a much slower pace to create a rich thick coffee. It's loaded with flavour and is served in tall glasses loaded with cubes of ice. This is the perfect drink to enjoy on a lovely sunny day in Hoi An!