Charming Hoi An
Itinerary in Brief
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- Visit fascinating Cham Museum and Non Nuoc stone carving village
- Spend time at leisure at Hoi An Trails Resort & Spa
- Sunbathe at beautiful Cua Dai beach
- Cycle around rustic Hoi An town
- Take a boat trip to the nearby islands
Upon your arrival at Danang, the biggest city on the South Central Coast, you will visit the iconic Cham Museum. The museum is the largest collection of Cham sculpture and artwork worldwide, owing to Danang’s origins dating back to the ancient Champa kingdom.
Moving further north on your way to Hoi An, there’ll be a stopover at the Non Nuoc stone carving village, sheltered at the base of the Marble Mountains. Residents from the village have been making a living from stone carving for more than two centuries, following in the tradition of their Champa ancestors. Witness the artisans at work as they lovingly coax life from the cold stone beneath their fingertips.
Your coach continues on its way to Hoi An. Once you have arrived at the historic seaport town you will check in to your resort and have the rest of the evening to relax after your long trip. Overnight is spent in Hoi An.
Hire a bicycle for the perfect way to explore the rustic seaport, elected a World Heritage Listed site due to its impeccable preservation. Visit ancient households, with touches of Japanese, Chinese and Thai styles in the building designs. If you are lucky enough to visiting during the full moon festival taking place every month, make sure to spend an evening walking beneath rows of lanterns swinging from the rooftops, casting golden pools of light on the cobblestone streets.
Hoi An has some unique foods that beg to be tried, including the pretty and enticing ‘white rose’ dish, the famous ‘Cau Lau’ noodles, and ‘Hen Xuc Banh Trang’, sautéed river clams. The town is also famous for its skilled tailors, and you’ll find whole streets dedicated to the profession. Both shoe smiths and tailors can work from pictures you bring them of brand name products.
For further exploration there are a range of day boat trips travelling to the small islands nearby Hoi An. Ask at the hotel for further information.
Prices per person in USD from 1st Oct, 2014 to 30th Sep, 2015
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- Breakfast and 4 nights’ accommodation in twin or double rooms
- Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary
- Flight ticket Hanoi/Saigon – Danang, Danang – Hanoi/Saigon with Vietnam Airlines
- All entry and sightseeing fees if any
- Breakfast, Lunches and dinners (if specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants
- Visa processing fee
- Taxes and services charges
- International flight tickets and airport tax
- Visa stamping fee
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses
Hoi An is famous for its tailors – and most will make you anything you desire in under 24 hours! Be sure to have a look and see if there is anything suitable for yourself.
Attention: The itinerary may be subject to change due to the unfavorable weather conditions