Gyms In Hoi An

If you’re travelling for a week, a month, or even a year, you may find yourself in need of a place to work off your additional holiday food and beer consumption. Staying fit while travelling can be tough if your hotel doesn’t have a fitness centre. Or maybe you don’t know where to go? But fortunately for you, there is no lack of gyms in Hoi An.

Hidden takes you through the local gyms in Hoi An and all-inclusive fitness centres. We also look at speciality studios, like Muay Thai, and more. Therefore, with our help, you can definitely find a place to exercise. So you actually have no excuse! In other words, it’s just over to you now to put down your glass, pull yourself up from your lounger and go!

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The range of gyms in Hoi An. Photo: wnfdiary


Basic local gyms in Hoi An

Now, some of us for instance, just need a bench and some barbells to work with. So here is one of our favourites back to basics local gyms in Hoi An.

Song Phom Gym

Address: 578 Cua DaiBusiness hours: 5 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and 2 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Sunday 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Memberships: Day Pass: 50,000 VND (2 USD). 1 Week: 200,000 VND (8.60 USD). 1 Month: 300,000 VND (13 USD)

If the only cardio in your workout includes bench presses, pull-ups, and of course our all-time favourite, squats, then Song Phom Gym is for you. So while there are no treadmills, ellipticals, or bikes, this gym brings old-school bodybuilding vibes to you in Hoi An. They have dip bars, cable machines and a good assortment of weights. Drop in for a day pass or sign a month-long membership. Because you can be sure the rates here are one of the cheapest.  Like we said before, it’s back to basics. So this gym does not include a shower – no problem, though!  After that gym workout, jump on your bike and head down to one of Hoi An’s beaches to cool off and end your workout with some cardio.

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Weights and benches at an old school Hoi An gym. Photo: wnfdiary

All-inclusive fitness centres in Hoi An

Whether you want to work out on your own or join a small group class, visiting an all-inclusive fitness centre gym is a great option here in Hoi An. Firstly the following centres have the basic equipment to train on your own, from treadmills to squat and bench racks. Secondly, they also offer an assortment of small group classes.  These include Crossfit, HIIT, yoga, and Muay Thai/kickboxing options lead by professional and qualified trainers.

Superfit Hoi An Fitness & Yoga

Web – Address: 101 Ly Thai To – Business hours: 5:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Monday – Sunday

Memberships: Day Pass: 100,000 VND (4.30 USD). 3 days pass: 200,000 VND (8.60 USD). 1 Week: 300,000 VND (13 USD). 1 Month: 700,000 VND (30 USD)

Superfit Hoi An Fitness & Yoga is a modern day, newly equipped and air-conditioned fitness centre. It has a studio for yoga and dance and a caged turf ground for HIIT and Bootcamp group classes. They have multiple classes throughout the day, seven days a week. In addition, they also have many cardio machines including treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals, as well as a lifting platform and squat racks. You are provided with a secure locker and towel upon entry. There’s a sauna room to cool down or in this case heat up in after your workout. It has a fully equipped washroom with showers and towels readily available.

This gym is laid out starting with the cardio area followed by an organised and spacious machine-assisted workout area. The back of the room is caged with a turf ground and many oversized tires and kettlebells for Crossfit and group classes. The free weights area stretches from the front desk all the way down the front to the cage. It includes bench and squat racks and a lifting platform for only lifting.

This gym’s interior is one of the most modern and slick in Hoi An, complete with graphics on the wall. It’s kept clean and tidy with mirrors decorating the walls. Background music plays, and the air conditioning prevents you from overheating.

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Hoi An’s air-conditioned fitness centre – Superfit. Photo: wnfdiary

CrossFit Fitness and Yoga Center

Address: 302 Cua DaiBusiness Hours: 5 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Memberships: Day Pass: 100,000 VND (4.30 USD). 3 Day Pass: 200,000 VND (8.60 USD). 1 Week: 300,000 VND (13 USD). 1 Month: 600,000 VND (26 USD) 

Opening in August 2019, CrossFit Fitness and Yoga Centre offers a fully equipped gym along with yoga and CrossFit classes. Their first floor is filled with new and modern machines, squat racks, benches, free weights, treadmills and stationary bikes making it easy for anybody to reach their personal fitness goals.

If group workouts are more your style then head to the second floor where both yoga and CrossFit classes are held everyday. Opening as early as 5 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m., CrossFit Fitness and Yoga allows you to squeeze in a workout no matter your schedule. 

Offering daily, weekly, and monthly memberships, CrossFit Fitness and Yoga is perfect for the traveller just passing through or the long term local. The gym offers a simple and modern way to check in with only a fingerprint needed. It’s very easy to navigate, air-conditioned and well maintained, with mirrors on just about every wall. Whether you’re looking to workout individually or in a group, CrossFit Fitness and Yoga is a great place for gym-goers looking to get a hard workout in.

Công Mạnh Fitness Gym Centre

Web – Address: 128 Đỗ Đăng TuyếnBusiness Hours: 4:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sundays 4:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Memberships: Day Pass: 30,000 VND (1.30 USD) Week Pass: 100,000 VND (4.30 USD) 1 Month: 200,000 VND (8.60 USD)

Opening in January 2019, Cong Manh Fitness was built from scratch as an open-air, back to basics gym. You’ll find free weights, modern cable machines, benches and a small selection of running machines. However, as a gym aimed at the Vietnamese market, you will find little English spoken and all signs written in Vietnamese. But prices are the lowest we’ve found around town. Also while you don’t get air conditioning, the space is open, clean and well thought out. They offer some Zumba classes for an additional fee, please inquire in the gym for more information.

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Brand new machines and weights at Cong Manh Fitness in Hoi An

Tuan Toan Fitness Centre

Web – Address: 1 Ngo Si Lien  – Business hours: 5:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.; Monday – Saturday. 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.; Sunday

Memberships: Day Pass: 50,000 VND (2.50 USD). 1 Week: 200,000 VND (8.60 USD). 1 Month: 300,000 VND (13 USD)

The same owner as Song Phom Gym and Tuan Toan Fitness Center is its second location. But this one is an all-inclusive fitness centre. A spacious, clean and fully equipped gym with a wide selection of machines and free weights with a great atmosphere to get your workout done. A family-run gym, and its owner, Mr Tuan, is actually a former Mr South East Asia Bodybuilding Champion. His staff provide great assistance whenever you need it.

Because of its underground location and limited sunlight, the place appears to have especially anabolic lighting. This combined with the dark colours and big pictures of bodybuilding legends decorating the walls, create a very modern, pleasant workout atmosphere. In addition, they offer aerobics classes.

This gym is a solid choice for anyone looking for a heavy dumbbell workout.  If you like to add versatility to your training with TRX body weights such as kettlebell exercises. Or wants a sufficient selection of good equipment in a modern and motivational environment. From personal training to yoga and Muay Thai classes, Tuan Toan Fitness Centre & Yoga is where you’ll find a friendly, modern gym to workout in.

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Mr. Tuan, a former Mr. South East Asia Bodybuilding Champion, at his gym in Hoi An. Photo: wnfdiary

The Sunrise Premium Resort

Web – Address: Au Co, Cua Dai Business Hours: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Memberships: Day Pass Gym and Pool: 500,000 VND (22 USD)/ Under 12’s 400,000 VND (17 USD). 1 Month: 2,200,000 VND (96 USD). Family Membership 2 Adults, 2 children: 5,000,000 VND (217 USD)

This gym offering is the créme de la créme in Hoi An. Situated right on the beach, the Sunrise is a 5-star luxury resort that offers day passes or memberships to their fitness centre – Peak Fitness, and access to their three swimming pools and tennis courts.

Peak Fitness houses the latest in exercise technology with Technogym fitness equipment, including treadmills, skillmill machines, climbers, exercise bikes, elliptical machines and an extensive lineup of weight machines, free weights, yoga mats, stretching devices and exercise balls. They also have an on-site personal trainer and stretching, yoga and Tai Chi instructors on request.

The main pool area is breathtaking – surrounded by lush palm trees and the perfect place to cool off post workout. The second pool is a 34m lap pool, the two main pools are complemented by a large toddlers pool.

Hidden Hint: Got the kids in tow? Grab a workout while they’re fully entertained in the Sunrise’s Kid’s Club – complimentary with your membership!

Added Bonuses

Arguably the best kid’s club in town, children aged 3-12 can take part in a daily schedule of games and activities, while you exercise (or sneak off for a massage!). For instance, on-site staff known as ‘club captains’ entertain your children with crafts, songs, explorations of Cua Dai Beach and splashing in the resort pools daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Above all, this Hoi An gym membership is expansive and includes gym and pool usage, access to beach facilities, complimentary access to kids club for family, tennis court usage with one partner. 10% discount on all spa treatments, (15% Mon – Fri off-peak 10 am – 4 pm), 20% off laundry, 10% off restaurants and bars and 10% off the best accommodation rates.

Hoang Dung Fitness & Kickboxing Centre

WebAddress: 22 Phan Ba Phien, Tan AnBusiness hours: 5:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Monday – Saturday. 5:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.; Sunday

Memberships: Day Pass: 30,000 VND (1.25 USD). 1 Month: 300,000 VND (13 USD)

This gym is the largest in Hoi An and is mainly one big hall where everything is set up in a very organised way. So moving around this spacious gym during a workout is easy. It’s got a big cardio area, plenty of modern machines and benches such as some cable towers. There is also a free weights area with dumbbells up to 30 kg and some good quality rowing machines.

The main wall is furnished with big mirrors so you can observe yourself exercising, while motivational music plays in the background. It is open-air, so there is no air conditioning. In addition, the gym comes with restrooms and lockers.

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A class in action at Hoang Dung Fitness Gym in Hoi An. Photo: wnfdiary

The Almanity Retreat & Wellness Centre

Web – Address: 326 Ly Thuong Kiet – Business hours: 6:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Memberships: Day Pass: 350,000 VND (15 USD). 1 Month: 1,400,000 VND (60 USD). 3 Months: 3,600,000 VND (155 USD)

The Almanity Hotel Hoi An is a spa-inclusive retreat offering a package deal or a gym membership to their fitness centre. Once enrolled you can gain access to discounted spa services, food, and beverages. Read about their Spa here. Above all, the fitness centre membership includes unlimited access to the fitness centre, sauna and steam room, hotel swimming pool, and daily energy yoga.

It is a modern top quality hotel gym, fully equipped with weights, bikes, and treadmills. It offers yoga and Tai Chi classes for early risers. Also, it has the added benefits of massages and a full day spa on site for a post-workout recovery treat. In addition, the hotel pool adds luxury and a tropical island vibe with an infinity pool, followed by multiple layers to the main pool. Finally, the area includes beach chairs shaded by umbrellas and tall palm trees where you can cool off poolside with a post-workout drink.  All combining to making this one of the best all-encompassing gym options in Hoi An.

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Gym membership at Almanity Wellness Centre includes the use of the pool. Photo: wnfdiary

Hidden’s thoughts

So if you’re feeling the need to sweat from a workout, as opposed to just from the humidity. The many gyms in Hoi An, from modern air-conditioned fitness centres to raw, genuine bodybuilding gyms, will provide you with just that. You can easily find one to best fit your needs, either if you’re a traveller just staying for a few days or a resident looking for a long-term membership.

If you’re staying in town for a while, we recommend you check out a couple of our suggested fitness options for a day’s trial to find the best fit for you. However, if you need a more gentle workout, head over to our article about Yoga in Hoi An.

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