The excursion offers a nice mixture of an amazing ancient structure discovery with the natural landscape of Central Vietnam and a cooking class for those who want to explore Vietnam culinary culture.
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DAY 1: HUE - Arrival (Dinner)
Pick up from Phu Bai airport/or transfer from Da Nang airport to the hotel for check-in.
Pm: Visit Imperial Citadel and Imperial Museum. Discover the colorful local life at Dong Ba Market. Transfer for dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in Hue.
DAY 2: HUE - DA NANG - HOI AN (Lunch/ Dinner)
Have breakfast at the hotel. Take a boat trip on Perfume River to visit Thien Mu Pagoda - One of the oldest ancient architectural structures for religious worship in Hue and Minh Mang Mausoleum. Continue to visit Royal Tomb of Emperor Tu Duc before transfer to a local restaurant for lunch.
Pm: drive to Da Nang with a stop at Hai Van pass to have a spectacular view of mountains, the sea, idyllic beaches and villages with fruit orchards. Visit Marble Mountain where we will discover the stunning natural caves of the mountain and enjoy the beautiful view from the peak. At the Water Mountain, you will get to discover the mysterious beauty of caves combining the sacred atmosphere of Buddhism at Tam Thai Pagoda & Linh Ung Pagoda. You will then get to see masterpieces of exquisite stone sculptures created by the skillful hands of artisans in Non Nuoc stone - carving village at the foot of the mountain. Proceed to Hoi An, check in hotel. Have dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in Hoi An.
DAY 3: HOI AN (Lunch/ Dinner)
After breakfast, start a walking tour to discover Hoi An Ancient town, with Phung Hung Ancient House - a typical commercial house of Vietnam's urban areas in the 19th century; Fujian (Phuc Kien) Assembly Hall- built around 1690 and functions as a traditional assembly hall for the Chinese ethnic group from Fujian, China to socialize, but later was transformed into a temple dedicated to their deity named Thien Hau – the goddess of sea who protects sailors from danger. Continue to visit Japanese Bridge - This beautiful little bridge is emblematic of Hoi An.
After lunch at a local restaurant, you will join Red Bridge Cooking Class to discover the secret of Hoi An’s famous cuisine. Enjoy a boat trip and an exciting time in the market choosing the fresh ingredients, then you will learn how to make some of Hoi An’s and Vietnam’s most famous dishes. After the lesson, there’s plenty of time to enjoy what you have cooked for dinner. Before getting back to the hotel, take a walk on the street along the Hoai River and experience the nightlife of Hoi An Town. Colorful lanterns are hung on in front of the houses, across the streets and paths all around the town, making Hoi An splendid and very special at night. Overnight in Hoi An.
DAY 4: MY SON (Lunch/ Dinner)
After breakfast, drive to My Son Holyland. My Son is the former capital of the ancient Cham civilization that ruled Central Vietnam from the second to the thirteenth century. Their religion was primarily derived from Indian Hinduism. My Son is considered to be 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. This site is a Must-See for those people who are interested in architecture and ancient civilizations and is now one of five UNESCO World Heritage sites in Vietnam. Enjoy Cham dance performance then drive back to Hoi An for lunch. The rest of the day is at leisure for swimming or tailoring. Dinner and Overnight in Hoi An.
DAY 5: HOI AN - DA NANG - DEPARTURE
After breakfast, transfer to airport for departure flight.
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