Day 1: Viet Nam Life in Hoi An
Our guide will pick you up at hotel and leave Hoi An for visiting My Son Holly Land – the ruins of Cham people and was an imperial city during Cham dynasty. Here you can have more chance to explore and understand of technique of Old Cham people in making red bricks to build Tower which still now a secret to everyone, you can see a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 65 architectural works. It also surprises for those who are curious with architectural art. In 1999, UNESCO labeled the Cham architecture in My Son as a World Cultural Heritage Site. Moreover, you have chance to enjoy traditional music performed by Cham girls in their colorful uniforms. Then transferring you back to Hoi An to visit the handicraft village of Thanh Ha Ceramic where you will view the various stages of producing the many kinds of the pottery products. The villagers use clay as main material to create pottery products such as bowls, jars, vases, earthen pot, decorative lamps, etc…with a variety of shapes and colors. Especially, you also have opportunity to make a small product by yourself. Take a boat trip on Thu Bon River back to Hoi An, you will admire the daily activities of people on the boat go to markets along the river’s bank to earn their life. Have lunch at restaurant in Hoi An to enjoy the special cuisine of this ancient town.
This afternoon, you will wander around old streets to visit Hoi An Ancient Town – the World Cultural Heritage Site, the busiest purchasing centre and port authority in the past to discover the unique combination of oriental architecture including Chinese and Japanese style, as well as style of antique European architecture. These famous buildings are Japanese Covered Bridge, Tan Ky Ancient House with 200 years old, or Hoi Quan Phuc Kien Pagoda with style building of Chinese people, or Pottery Museum… At night, you are free to explore Hoi An ancient town for exploring the beauties of this ancient town with colorful lanterns, silk shops. This ancient town seems brighter than at night with colorful lanterns along streets and shops create the charming of Hoi An town, especially on 15th of lunar calendar every month you can see its most magnificent screen than ever… Once more special of Hoi An ancient town is spending time to go shopping at silk shops, lantern shops for experience of handicraft villages and make tailor with reasonable price. Back your hotel & end of tour.
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Tour price includes:
- Transportation by car/van/bus
- Entrance fees
- English speaking guide
Tour price excludes:
- Travel Insurrance
- Personal expenses
- Tipping is at customer discretion