- My Son Sanctuary
- Cham people
- Hoi An ancient town (market, temples, Phuc Kien Chinese Assembly Hall, artwork galleries, handicraft shops)
- Marble Mountain
- My Khe Beach
- Hai Van Pass
- Lang Co beach
- Hue Citadel
- Thien Mu Pagoda
- Cruising on Perfume River
- Delicious local food
- Marble Mountain
- Local villages (pottery village & lantern making village)
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Note: The journey can be modified and the starting point could be Hoi An or Da Nang to meet your flight or your travel schedule.
Welcome to Hue Imperial City! (D)
Our guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel in Hue or the airport as you prefer and depart to explore the Imperial City. Start with a boat trip along the Perfume River, from here, we will be on and off the boat to see different places, starting with Thien Mu Pagoda which is one of the oldest ancient architectural religious structures in Hue, located on a hill overlooking The Famous Perfume River built-in 1601 by the first founder of the Nguyen Family in Central Vietnam, then Kim Long village. Get back to the city and make our way to the fine and sophisticated mausoleums of Tu Duc and Khai Dinh Emperors– the most famous King’s Tombs of the Nguyen Dynasty. Enjoy a delicious welcome dinner at a local restaurant before getting back to your hotel.
Discover Hue- Hello Da Nang and Hoi An (B, L)
We stop at the Imperial Citadel which was built by the Nguyen Dynasty between 1802 and 1945. The Citadel consists of many attractive places such as Flag Tower, Noon Gate, Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace, etc. By the afternoon, we will head to Hoi An via the Hai Van pass along the coastline and through the jungle-covered mountains. Along the way, we will stop at Lang Co beach, Cham Museum, and Marble Mountain, the mountain is a group of five limestone peaks situated seven kilometers from downtown Da Nang and is a network of caves, tunnels, towers, and pagodas built by Mahayana Buddhists and the Nguyen Dynasty Kings. Arrive in Hoi An at the end of the day.
Dive into the charming Hoi An (B)
The boat takes us to Kim Bong carpentry village that established in the 15th century. After a century, Kim Bong was known for home appliances and shipbuilding products. The village is no longer known for those products because skillful craftsmen now make handicraft products that meet the market demands. The next stop is Thanh Ha Pottery village which is formed in the 16th century and is the oldest in Vietnam. we’ll visit a local home on the outskirts of Hoi An to learn about the family’s long tradition of lantern-making and have our welcome dinner afterward. Next, visit a Japanese Covered Bridge which was first constructed in the 1590s by linking it with the Chinese quarters. Following Tran Phu street, we will get to The Assembly Halls. There are 4 Assembly Halls in Hoi An, each of those Halls belongs to a Chinese community that has its own beliefs, different assembly halls worship different gods and goddesses. Before heading to our last stop- Phuc Thanh Pagoda, make sure we have time to see the vibrant market and ancient port to taste the rhythm of local daily life.
Hoi An’s Rural village- farewell Hoi An (B, L)
Going past the countryside through beautiful narrow roads, rice paddle fields, old temples, and water palm forests we get to Cam Than Coconut Forest. Once we get to the Cua Dai river, get on a bamboo basket boat and learn how to catch purple crabs, and explore the seven hectares of water palm forest. Then ride to An My Paddy Field, and Tra Que village where you learn how to make traditional rice milk, and have our delicious homemade lunch with a local family before heading to the airport where our journey ends full of memories.