Hoian - Cham island full day tour
Hội An is a city on Vietnam’s central coast known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with canals. The former port city’s melting-pot history is reflected in its architecture, a mix of eras and styles from wooden Chinese shophouses and temples to colorful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube...
In the morning, our guide and car will pick you up at your hotel for transfer to My Son Holy land - once the capital city of Champa Kingdom (around the 4th to 12th century). My Son is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works. They include temples and towers connecting to each other with complicated red brick designs. The major structure of Cham architecture is tower, built to reflect the divinity of the king.
Transfer back Hoian for lunch at the nice local restaurant. After that you will visit Hoi An ancient town with its fantastic fusion of Chinese, Dutch, Japanese and Portuguese culture. Start with the symbol of Hoian, the Japanese Covered Bridge, the finest example of Japanese architecture remaining. Step back in time to discover the Chinese street with stunning Phuc Kien Hall and Phung Hung old house typical of Hoian original architecture. We then visit Phuc Thanh Pagoda – the oldest pagoda in Hoi An built in 1454 with Chinese bonze. The rest time is free for your shopping. Especially, if you come to Hoian in a lunar full moon day, you will find a little Disneyland here with rows after rows of colorful lantern instead of electric lamps. End of services.
- English speaking guide
- Lunch at local restaurant
- Entrance fees
- Mineral water on the transfer
- Visa to Vietnam
- Personal travel insurance
- Bank charge fees for payment
- Tips and personal expenses as laundry, telephone, drink…
- Other services not mentioned in the “Inclusion”
99 USD/person (travel by bus)
128 USD/person (travel by train)
125 USD/person (travel by bus)
155 USD/person (travel by train)
The visit of Bac Ha market is possible on Sunday only.
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