This tour features with a glance at Hue’s major tourist attractions, brings you down along the coast with stops at Hai Van pass, Marble mountain, Cham museum…; then you will reach Hoi An, the ancient port town and World Heritage Site.
Hue airport/station + city Hue full day
Pick up at Hue Airport upon your arrival and transfer to your hotel.
In the afternoon, visit Hue ancient Citadel and explore the ruins of the home of the royal family. Travel by boat in Perfume River to Thien Mu Pagoda (about 40 minutes). After the visit to this impressive monument, continue to the extravagant mausoleum of Khai Dinh located on the south of Hue royal citadel. The tomb of Khai Dinh boasts traditional Vietnamese design with a European touch, making it unique from the other tombs in Hue. Back to Hue, you’ll also have time to experience the daily life of local folks with a visit to the Dong Ba market before returning to your hotel for a good night rest.
Hue Ancient Citadel Visiting Site/Activity
The massive Kinh Thanh Citadel is the most well-known and iconic site of Hue. The citadel was first built in 1805 by Emperor Gia Long, the royal citadel was a part of complex comprised of the Imperial City, several museums, lakes, and lovely gardens, all laid out in a series of concentric circles.
Thien Mu Pagoda Visiting Site/Activity
Thien Mu pagoda is one of the most famous Vietnamese landmarks.
Tomb of Khai Dinh Visiting Site/Activity
Khai Dinh tomb represents a fusion of traditional Vietnamese style and modern influence. cludes many European architectural details, likely inspired by the Emperor's visit to France in 1922 where he viewed the Marseilles Colonial Exhibition.
Romance Hotel Accommodation
Located in the heart of Hue City – a UNESCO listed World Heritage site, Romance Hotel has an ideal location, just steps away from the Perfume River on a street with several tourist information spots.
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Hue – Da Nang – Hoi An
After breakfast, we will join in 3 – hour journey to Hoi An.
Start your day by a warming-up around Lap An lagoon- the inhabitant area of many aquatic animal and plants. Ready to face our most unforgettable moment by climbing uphill the fantastic Pass of Clouds (Haivan pass).
You will stop at the Hai Van Pass for a short time. Next, we will visit the Cham Museum in Da Nang, the museum showcases the ancient Cham civilization. The Cham people left a legacy of excellent sculptures, now those sculptures are exhibited in the only museum of its kind in Da Nang. Near Da Nang is My Khe Beach, immortalized for many from the U.S. TV show and still one of the most spectacular beaches in Asia. The journey continues to the Marble Mountains for a photo stop on the way to Hoi An. These five rocky outcrops are said to represent five natural elements; the Marble Mountain is the source of many intriguing legends. They house temples and once even an army hospital! You will see skilled artisans carving all manner of statues from marble sourced locally at the mountain base.
Arriving in Hoi An in the early afternoon, having lunch, checking in hotel and free sightseeing time.
Overnight in Hoi An.
Cham Museum Visiting Site/Activity
The Museum of Cham Sculpture in Danang houses the most extensive collection of artefacts from the Cham civilisation that ruled over central and southern Vietnam for centuries.
Marble Mountain Visiting Site/Activity
Ngu Hanh Son (The Marble Mountains) is about 8km southeast of Da Nang City. This is a cluster of five marble mountains lying close to the sea.
Hoi An ancient town Visiting Site/Activity
Hoi An was once the principal port of Vietnam , the foreign traders came from all over the world, but mostly from China and Japan from 16th to 18th century. The town features the mix of cultures and traditions of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and European who came and settled in Hoi An as a part of trading business.
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