4D Da Nang - Hoi An - Hue (P/CLC/4/1)

Da Nang is located on the east coast of Vietnam, a thriving seaport midway between capital of Hanoi in the North and Ho Chi Minh city, in the South. The region is renowned for its scenic beauty, with endless stretches of unspoiled sandy beaches, crystal blue seas and luxurious, tropical hinterland.


Hoi An: About 30 km from Danang in the South-West, is one of the oldest cities in South-East Asia. During 17th and 18th centuries, Hoi An was a busy commercial port for the exchange of commodities between the West and the East. Recognized by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage Site, Hoi an is a living museum offering ancient Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture and traditional Vietnamese hospitality. Centre of Hoi An remains much the same as it was 200 years ago.

My Son, located 69 km southwest of Danang, 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. They include temples and towers that connect to each other with complicated red brick designs. My Son is recognized by UNESCO in 1999.

Hue became the nation`s capital in 1802. The city remained Vietnam`s capital until 1945. Although time and warfare have taken their toll, the local residents act as if Hue still is and Hue`s atmosphere of regal serenity remains intact. UNESCO has called Hue `an adorable architectural poem` due to its harmonized combination of nature and human inspiration.

 

4D Da Nang - Hoi An - Hue (P/CLC/4/1)
Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue
4 Days 3 Nights
230 $
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Full itinerary

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Day 1: DA NANG ARRIVAL – HOI AN

Meals: D

Greet at Da Nang airport, transfer you to Hoi An (approx 35km).

Stop on the way to visit Non Nuoc stone-carving village and Marble Mountain, enjoy large Da Nang seaview from above.

Dinner at one of many excellent restaurants in the town. Overnight at hotel in  Hoi An.

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Day 2: HOI AN – MY SON

Meals: B L D

08:00 Transfer to visit My Son, 75km far from Hoi An. Being one of the best-preserved Cham structures in Vietnam, the complex is comprised of seventy Hindu-like towers and temples dating from the second century.

Return to Hoi An at noon time. Lunch at restaurant in Hoi An.

Afternoon: enjoy a walking tour through the Hoi An Old Quarter to visit the town's landmarks of Japanese Covered Bridge, ancient Assembly Hall, Phuc Kien Temple and a typical old house.

Dinner at a nice restaurant in the town.

Overnight at hotel in Hoi An.

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Day 3: HOI AN – HUE

Meals: B L D

07:30    Transfer along the scenic coast, over Hai Van pass for an over view of the Pacific Ocean and the famous Lang Co fishing village.

10:00   Arrive Hue.  Built in a poetic background of greenery on the banks of the Perfume River, the garden city was recognized by UNESCO as the first World’s Culture Heritage of Vietnam.

Visit the Imperial Citadel with Ngo Mon, Thai Hoa palace, imperial city and forbidden city

12:00     Check in hotel and then, transfer for lunch at a nice restaurant in the city.

14:00    Take a leisure private boat cruise along the Perfume River to visit Thien Mu pagoda beautifully nestled on the river bank. This is one of the best loved architectural pagodas in Vietnam considered by many as the unofficial symbol of Hue

Continue to visit the King Tu Duc mausoleum, which is a picturesque complex including his tomb and palace that emperor Tu Duc ordered the construction by himself when he was still alive.

Dinner at restaurant in the city.

Overnight at hotel in Hue

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Day 4: HUE DEPARTURE

Meals: B

Transfer to Hue airport or Da Nang airport for departure flight.

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4D Da Nang - Hoi An - Hue (P/CLC/4/1)

Da Nang is located on the east coast of Vietnam, a thriving seaport midway between capital of Hanoi in the North and Ho Chi Minh city, in the South. The region is renowned for its scenic beauty, with endless stretches of unspoiled sandy beaches, crystal blue seas and luxurious, tropical hinterland.


Hoi An: About 30 km from Danang in the South-West, is one of the oldest cities in South-East Asia. During 17th and 18th centuries, Hoi An was a busy commercial port for the exchange of commodities between the West and the East. Recognized by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage Site, Hoi an is a living museum offering ancient Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture and traditional Vietnamese hospitality. Centre of Hoi An remains much the same as it was 200 years ago.

My Son, located 69 km southwest of Danang, 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. They include temples and towers that connect to each other with complicated red brick designs. My Son is recognized by UNESCO in 1999.

Hue became the nation`s capital in 1802. The city remained Vietnam`s capital until 1945. Although time and warfare have taken their toll, the local residents act as if Hue still is and Hue`s atmosphere of regal serenity remains intact. UNESCO has called Hue `an adorable architectural poem` due to its harmonized combination of nature and human inspiration.

 

Day 1: DA NANG ARRIVAL – HOI AN

Meals: D

Greet at Da Nang airport, transfer you to Hoi An (approx 35km).

Stop on the way to visit Non Nuoc stone-carving village and Marble Mountain, enjoy large Da Nang seaview from above.

Dinner at one of many excellent restaurants in the town. Overnight at hotel in  Hoi An.

Day 2: HOI AN – MY SON

Meals: B L D

08:00 Transfer to visit My Son, 75km far from Hoi An. Being one of the best-preserved Cham structures in Vietnam, the complex is comprised of seventy Hindu-like towers and temples dating from the second century.

Return to Hoi An at noon time. Lunch at restaurant in Hoi An.

Afternoon: enjoy a walking tour through the Hoi An Old Quarter to visit the town's landmarks of Japanese Covered Bridge, ancient Assembly Hall, Phuc Kien Temple and a typical old house.

Dinner at a nice restaurant in the town.

Overnight at hotel in Hoi An.

Day 3: HOI AN – HUE

Meals: B L D

07:30    Transfer along the scenic coast, over Hai Van pass for an over view of the Pacific Ocean and the famous Lang Co fishing village.

10:00   Arrive Hue.  Built in a poetic background of greenery on the banks of the Perfume River, the garden city was recognized by UNESCO as the first World’s Culture Heritage of Vietnam.

Visit the Imperial Citadel with Ngo Mon, Thai Hoa palace, imperial city and forbidden city

12:00     Check in hotel and then, transfer for lunch at a nice restaurant in the city.

14:00    Take a leisure private boat cruise along the Perfume River to visit Thien Mu pagoda beautifully nestled on the river bank. This is one of the best loved architectural pagodas in Vietnam considered by many as the unofficial symbol of Hue

Continue to visit the King Tu Duc mausoleum, which is a picturesque complex including his tomb and palace that emperor Tu Duc ordered the construction by himself when he was still alive.

Dinner at restaurant in the city.

Overnight at hotel in Hue

Day 4: HUE DEPARTURE

Meals: B

Transfer to Hue airport or Da Nang airport for departure flight.

Travel guide

Da Nang is located on the east coast of Vietnam, a thriving seaport midway between capital of Hanoi in the North and Ho Chi Minh city, in the South.
Palaces and pagodas, tombs and temples, culture and history make up Hue, a UNESCO World Heritage site

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