Centuries before Vietnam existed as a country, their land belonged to the Champa Kingdom. At the height of its power, the kingdom built several cities and religious sanctuaries across Southeast Asia. In this tour, you'll see two of the kingdom's most notable infrastructure - My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An - and their own attractions. Check out these UNESCO World Heritage Sites and learn more about their history as a whole from your English-speaking tour guide. Start the tour with a visit to My Son Sanctuary, the Champa Kingdom's religious and political capital at the time. Surrounded by mountain ranges, the complex of temple towers are a popular tourist spot. Next, head to another ancient city off the coast of Thu Bon River - Hoi An. Explore the charming city with your English-speaking guide and see more of its beauty as the tour takes you to Fujian Assembly Hall, the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge, Sa Huynh Museum, and a pottery and crafts workshop in the Old Corners. Immerse yourself in the culture and the history of central Vietnam when you book this tour.
Discover the rich and fascinating history of Vietnam with this one-day tour from Da Nang. In the morning, you'll get picked up at your hotel in the city center, then immediately proceed to the first stop of the tour: Hoi An Ancient Town. Travel back in time as you explore the various landmarks in the area, such as the 400-year old Japanese Covered Bridge and a selection of centuries-old houses that follow different architectural styles like Chinese, Japanese, French, and European. You'll also get to meet the locals as you visit a local silk factory and showroom, as well as the shop of an expert tailor, where you'll get to learn how silk cocoons are transformed into thread. You'll then visit the fascinating My Son Holy Land and the ruined temples, before you make drop by the last stop of the day, Cham Museum. Prepared to be mesmerized as you watch Cham's Traditional Apsara Dancing show, before you get dropped off back at your hotel in the city.
Located right in the center of Vietnam, Da Nang is an unmissable stop for any Vietnam itinerary. This one day tour will take you to the city's signature attractions and will let you immerse yourself in the life of a typical Da Nang dweller. Start with a visit to the Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village, located at the foot of the famous Marble Mountains. Watch as the locals display their skilled craftsmanship before heading up the popular limestone formations and finding yourself at Linh Ung Bai But, known as the largest pagoda in the city. You'll then cross one of Vietnam's longest suspension bridges, Thuan Phuoc Bridge, while admiring the beautiful Han River and views of the landscapes below. Then, you'll make a visit to the Museum of Cham Sculpture, dedicated to indigenous people that lived an Indian way of life. A scrumptious lunch awaits at a nearby restaurant where you'll get to replenish your energy before heading to the last stop of your tour - the Han market, where you will be able to explore the amazing diversity of Vietnamese trade. As the afternoon sun looms high in the sky, you'll be dropped back off at your hotel or your meet up location to enjoy the rest of your day.
Tour guide was Jacky. Nice and friendly. Explain to us the history of Hoi An. We were picked up from our hotel on time and driver dropped us off at a shop in Hoi An. Waited for about 5 mins for Jacky to arrive. Very responsive Klook staffs because I reached out to them because I do not know how Long we will be waiting at the shop.
Jacky bring us to famous banh mi shop and we had the vegetarian version of banh mi and coconut coffee. These are all included in the package. We walked around Hoi An city and Jacky explained about the Japanese bridge and the typical house in Hoi An. We then took a short taxi ride to the coconut boat village. Quite an experience coconut boat ride. I didn’t choose to be spun around which you can. After that we had lunch and it was excellent!
The tour is great. It starts with a delicious breakfast. You can skip your breakfast at hotel. We walk around Hui An in the morning, just few people there in the morning and we can take beautiful pictures. The coconut boat tour is exciting and the lunch is good. Highly recommend to stay until night, Hui An looks so beautiful and charming at night. Our tour guide Jackie is helpful and speaks good English.
The guide, Jackie was friendly, helpful and patient. She spoke good English and provided us many interesting info on Hoi An old town and enjoyed the famous banh mi. Thumb up.
We enjoyed ourselves very much for the coconut basket boat though it was raining lightly as well as the home cooked lunch with banh xeo and thit xien nuong.
If you want to go to Lombok take the public ferry in Padang Bai!
It is 46k pP! It is for sure a day trip, but also an experience. Can take you about 4-6 h but the ride is chill, mostly not packed with people and you can go on deck. And from lombok it’s easier to the Gilis.
Recommend the Secret gilis in the south west of Lombok 🙂
100 THINGS TO DO IN DA NANG ❤ How to experience Danang "a city worth living" like indigenous people? So try 100 things right now! 1. Take a bath at My Khe 2. See the Dragon Bridge fire, water on Saturday and Sunday night 3. Watch the Han River Bridge 4. Take an Asian amusement park 5. Drink toad coffee in Long Coffee 6. Check in House worshiping chicken 7. Visiting Linh Ung pagoda 8. Conquering Ban Co peak 9. Eating pork roll 10. Eating frog noodles in the kitchen Page 11. Leaving bears attached to Cau Tinh Yeu 12. Eating collapsed Con 13 market Check-in Da Nang international airport 14. Take photos with Dragon Chemistry Carpets 15. Eat Van Van avocado ice cream in Bac My An market 16. Watch fireworks 17. Cruise on Han river 18. Shopping at night market Le Duan 19. Watching the rising sun on the sea 20. Going in the opposite direction on Bach Dang Street 21. Going to Ba Na, checking in Golden Bridge 22. Going for a night trip in Da Nang 23. Sitting drinking bean milk with Nguyen Van Linh Street, Hung Vuong 24. Going to buy fish in the early morning from fishing boats 25. Lost in Da Nang 26. Eating coconut fruit and vegetables at 196 Bach Dang 27. Throwing in Phuong Dong New Bar 28. Eating South Vietnamese herring salad 29. Eating melancholy tea 30. Phượt Hai Van Pass 31. Trekking to Van Village 32. Jogging on Bach Dang Street 33. Checking in multi-thousand-year trees 34. Discovering Ngu Hanh Son 35. Eating fried duck eggs, stir-fried quail me, um elected at 0am, 1am at 38 Ngo Gia Tu 36. Go to the East Sea Park to play 37. Diving watching Cu Lao Cham coral 38. Going to Con Market to pay the price in the early morning 39. Holding a lover's hand on Nguyen Van Troi Bridge 40. Sky36 Bar 41. Drinking coffee at Horizon Bar - Four Point Hotel