Duration: 3 days 2 nights
The Imperial City of Hue is a tranquil city for those seeking peace and plenty of history and culture. The temperate weather and slow pace of lifestyle makes it ideal for strolling the Perfume River, exploring lush gardens, and visiting ancient pagodas and temples.
The charming architecture of Hoi An Town remains as it was centuries before, faded yellow colored facades with Chinese-style roofing, creating a setting reminiscent of an ancient Far East fairy tale. By night, you can dine by the quiet river and enjoy the brilliant show of paper lanterns being set afloat, illuminating dark water with color. Hoi An is also famous for the quality of its silk shops, tailors and cobblers.
|Transport||Plane & Car|
Day 1 HCMC – Hue (B/L/D)
Take the flight from HCMC to Hue. Arrive to Hue, local guide and car will pick you up at Phu Bai airport. Transfer to Hue city for breakfast
Visit Dai Noi – recognized as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO on December 1993 – still remaining its form of City under Middle Age and the constructions of monarchic, a invaluable museum of Vietnam. Explore Ngo Mon, Dien Thai Hoa, Tu Cam Thanh, Ho Tinh Tam, The Mieu, Hien Lam Cac, Cuu Dinh, etc. Visit Thien Mu Pagoda, the symbol of Hue City, attracts tourists by its beautiful and ancient architectural structures of worship. Have lunch at local restaurant.
After lunch, continue to visit the tomb considered most specific of Nguyen Dynasty: King Tu Duc Royal Tomb
In the evening, take a boat trip on Huong River while enjoying Hue traditional performance in night. Drop the paper flower candles on the river for best wishes. Free time at leisure. Overnight in Hue
Day 2 Hue – Hoi An town (B/L/D)
Breakfast at hotel. Check out hotel and transfer to Hoi An ancient town. On the way, stop at Lang Co (65 km from Hue) to take photo of this beautiful beach and Lang Co fishing village. You will have a chance to visit Hai Van pass gate – which named as the most grandiose gateway in the world. Have lunch at local restaurant.
After lunch, visit Hoi An Ancient Town – one of UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vietnam with many attractions such as Hoi An Museum, Fujian Club-house, Japanese Bridge Pagoda, Phung Hung Ancient House.
Have dinner at local restaurant in Ancient Town. Enjoy many Hoi An specialties as Cao Lau noodles, Quai Vac, etc… Free time at leisure. In the quiet and peace of Hoi An, you will feel completely get away from your daily bustling life. Overnight in Hoian
Day 3 Hoi An – Da Nang – HCMC (B/L)
Breakfast at hotel, you will have two options:
Option 1: MY SON HOLY LAND
Transfer to visit My Son Holy Land – another World Heritage Site of Vietnam. My Son, located 69 km southwest of Da Nang, was an imperial city during the Cham dynasty, between the 4th and 12th centuries. My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works. Although time and the wars have destroyed some towers, the remaining sculptural and architectural remnants still reflect the style and history of the art of the Cham people. Their masterpieces mark a glorious time for the architecture and culture of the Cham, as well as of Southeast Asia. Enjoy the Cham music and dance performance.
Have lunch at local restaurant. Then, transfer to Da Nang to visit: Champa museum, My Khe Seaport, Tien Sa Seaport.
Transfer to Da Nang Airport. Back to Ho Chi Minh city.
Option 2: BA NA MOUNTAIN.
Transfer to Ba Na along the seaside road over many famous beaches in Da Nang Bay: My Khe Beach, Non Nuoc Beach, etc. Take a cable car trip (around 6,000m) to Ba Na Hills Resort, enjoying green natural forests and Dream Stream, Elephant Rock, Rainbow Waterfall from above. Take a walking tour to visit Linh Ung Pagoda with the Big Buddha Statue, visit Le Jardin Garden, the Old Wine Vault, etc. Have lunch and relax on top of the mountain.
15.00 transfer to Da Nang airport for flight in evening to Ho Chi Minh City.
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