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Discover Ba Na Hill: Full-Day Tour from Hoi An

1. Discover Ba Na Hill: Full-Day Tour from Hoi An

Begin your full-day shared or private tour at 08:00 with pickup at your residence in Hoi An. Make your way to the beautiful Ba Na Hills, a hill station and resort located in the Truong Son Mountain region of central Vietnam. See the fascinating Linh Ung Pagoda and marvel at its exquisite architectural design. Stand before the massive 30-meter tall statue of Buddha towering in the clouds, and then make your way to a French cellar still used today to distill alcohol. Continue the tour to the lovely Tinh Tam Garden, stand at the Nghinh Phong Peak, and make your way to Vong Nguyet Hill for some spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding region. Visit Golden Bridge, a 150-meter long pedestrian bridge with two giant stone hands supporting the structure. Get a scenic overlook and enjoy the view of the beautiful landscape of nature comfortably and smoothly.

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Hue or Hoi An: Golden Bridge Drive by Private Car

2. Hue or Hoi An: Golden Bridge Drive by Private Car

Take a drive from Hue to Hoi An by private car, enjoying scenic views and important landmarks along the way on a 7- to 8-hour excursion. After pickup from your hotel in Hue city center, start your trip with the natural beauty of Lap An Lagoon. Admire the lush greenery, crystal-clear water, and the picture-perfect image of the clouds covering the mountains. Just 60 kilometers from Hue, the next town you’ll stop at is the serene fishing township of Lang Co. This village’s incredible beach was recognized in 2009 as one of the 30 most beautiful bays in the world. Next, experience Hai Van Pass, one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. On the top of the pass, there are vestiges of an ancient fortified gateway. The American and French bunkers in Hai Van Pass provide views to the city without any steep climb. At the peak is a rest station where you can take a break and enjoy a coffee.     The highlight of your drive will be your stop at the Golden Bridge, held up by two magnificent stone sculptures shaped like hands. You’ve never seen anything like this, and you’ll want to take lots of pictures. Finally, visit the Marble Mountains, famous for the image of rocky peaks rising above the roofs of homes and resorts. As the road curves towards the mountain, you’ll see large stone dragons and seated figures of Buddha. You’ll then be dropped off at the location of your choice in Hoi An.

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Hoi An: Half-Day Silk Cloth Producing Process Tour

3. Hoi An: Half-Day Silk Cloth Producing Process Tour

Be picked up at your hotel and and head straight to the silk village. Upon arrival, you can relax and enjoy a welcome drink. You will then be able to directly see the artisans spinning, weaving silk and you can admire the collection of áo dài (traditional Vietnamese silk clothing for women). Continue to the ancient Champa mulberry and traditional mulberry garden, followed by a visit to the silkworm breeding house, where you will learn how to feed the silkworm and see the silkworm cocoons. See how silkworm cocoons are unraveled in the traditional way. At the Cua Dien Textile Machine, you will see how the silk is weaved and transformed into textiles. Visit the showroom of silk products and learn how to differentiate between pure silk and artificial silk. After a preliminary study of silk-weaving, visit the Ma Chau Craft Village. The village has a hundred-year history of silk weaving. Ma Chau Silk Village is located in Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province, famous for growing mulberries, silk germination and silk weaving.

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Private Tranfer from Hue to Danang and Hoi An City

4. Private Tranfer from Hue to Danang and Hoi An City

Be collected from your accommodation in Hue and travel in a private car to the pretty village of Lang Co, famous for its golden sand beach. Get breathtaking views of the landscape as you drive to a eucalyptus oil village, and then cross the Hai Van Pass in the Annamite Mountains. Be rewarded with one of the finest views in Vietnam. Continue to the Cham Museum in Da Nang, and learn all about the ancient culture of the ethnic Cham people of Vietnam and Cambodia. See the beautiful beach of My Khe where US marines stayed from 1965 to 1973. Visit the stone carving village of Non Nuoc, and end with a nature walk on Marble Mountains south of Da Nang city. Discover the mysterious caves and Buddhist temples scattered across the limestone hills. End the trip in Hoi An.

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Hoi An: Half-Day Ancient Town Tour

5. Hoi An: Half-Day Ancient Town Tour

Discover Hoi An Ancient Town’s quaint buildings, cosy teahouses, and lantern festivals down by the river during a half-day guided tour. Start the experience with a gently bob downstream in a traditional basket boat. Once you have soaked up the luscious scenic views, head to the next stop of the day, Hoi An Ancient Town. Next, stop off at several Chinese and Japanese assembly halls, each built and decorated in a traditionally ornate style. Learn about the town’s flourishing ceramics industry as you pass by a traditional pottery museum and watch locals at work. Enjoy the highlight of the tour, a visit to the elegant Japanese Covered Bridge, originally erected to divide the city during the Japanese occupation. While the bridge was once a symbol of segregation, over time it has become a much-cherished location for tourists and locals alike. Finish things off with a handicraft tour of Hoi An: learn how locals make a living and shop for colorful souvenirs.

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From Hoi An: Da Nang Night Life Tour With Sun Wheel Ride

6. From Hoi An: Da Nang Night Life Tour With Sun Wheel Ride

When the sun sets, Da Nang has a particular charm, ensuring you can enjoy relaxing moments as you explore the city. Choose from a shared or private tour to discover the magic of Da Nang at night. In recent years, Da Nang has attracted a lot of tourism and recreational activities in the city have boomed. After departing from Hoi An, come see the city for yourself by taking a ride on the Sun Wheel, the largest observation wheel in Vietnam. The Sun Wheel is now one of the 10 highest observation wheels in the world. Then, enjoy the magic of the night's lights. After the ride, you will have a delicious dinner in Da Nang as you admire the Han River and its bridges with their colorful lights reflecting on the water. You will be able to see many sculptures made of stones before you hop aboard a boat at Bach Dang wharf to journey along the Han River. The Dragon Bridge will breathe fire each Saturday and Sunday night at 9:00PM.

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From Hue: 5-Hour Sightseeing Drive to Hoi An by Private Car

7. From Hue: 5-Hour Sightseeing Drive to Hoi An by Private Car

Take a drive from Hue to Hoi An by private car, enjoying scenic views and important landmarks along the way on a 5-hour excursion. After pickup from your hotel in Hue city center, start your trip with the natural beauty of Hue Fishing Village. Tam Giang Lagoon supports all life in this village, where locals survive by catching shrimp and fish. Every day, large volumes of this marine life is sold in local markets or to wholesale traders. See the local people as they work by hand or by fishing with rudimentary tools. Next, you’ll head to a second lagoon: Lap An Lagoon. Surrounded by verdant trees and full of crystal-clear water, see the locals living their daily lives in harmony with the nature around them.   Just 60 kilometers from Hue, the next town you’ll stop at is the serene fishing township of Lang Co. This village’s incredible beach was recognized in 2009 as one of the 30 most beautiful bays in the world. Sample the local seafood at a restaurant at the end of a walkway, hovering over the water. Next, experience Hai Van Pass, one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam. On the top of the pass, there are vestiges of an ancient fortified gateway. The American and French bunkers in Hai Van Pass provide views to the city without any steep climb. At the peak is a rest station where you can take a break and enjoy a coffee.   Finally, visit Marble Mountains, famous for the image of rocky peaks rising above the roofs of homes and resorts. As the road curves towards the mountain, you’ll see large stone dragons and seated figures of Buddha. Learn about Buddhism, and see religious architecture in harmony with nature. You’ll then be dropped off at the location of your choice in Hoi An.

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Hoi An: Nighttime River Safari with Candle-Lit Beach Dinner

8. Hoi An: Nighttime River Safari with Candle-Lit Beach Dinner

Your adventure begins with pickup from your hotel and heads to the Vinpearl Resort in Hoi An. As you travel, look out for the Cua Dai Bridge and Thu Bon River then travel through a number of coastal villages. Arrive at the resort, the first and only wildlife sanctuary in Vietnam that offers a river safari. Hop on board your vessel for the evening then sail through the various habitats of the animals that live here, admiring elephants, zebra, lion, giraffe, and more along the way. After your safari, sit back and relax as you watch one of the park’s many musical performances accompanied by the breathtaking laser and visual effects. Finally, head to the white sandy shores of the beach where your private candle-lit cabana awaits you. Enjoy a delicious local meal as you watch the sunset blend into the sea and listen to the melodic waves crashing against the beach, then as night sets in, marvel at the twinkling stars above you.

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Hoi An: Full-Day Customized Private Tour

9. Hoi An: Full-Day Customized Private Tour

Create your own full-day itinerary according to the attractions you're most interested in. Get picked up from your hotel in Hoi An by your guide and travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle. Choose from any of the sights below to make your ideal city tour of Hoi An. Japanese Covered Bridge One of the most popular landmarks in the Old Town of Hoi An, this 400-year-old bridge with its reddish-pink hue is a symbol of unification. Take in the fine architectural details awhile walking across the bridge or snap some photos of its striking silhouette from afar. Hoi An Museum of History and Culture Housed in a 17th-century temple, this museum features an eclectic mix of artifacts such as ceramics, maps, photos, bells, and more that collectively span approximately 2,000 years of Hoi An history. Roam through the exhibit halls and get a glimpse of Hoi An’s glorious and prosperous past. Chinese Assembly Hall (Fujian Assembly Hall) While there are many Chinese assembly halls in Hoi An, none is as aesthetically pleasing as the Fujian Assembly Hall. With its faded red brick gate and intricate architecture, it was once a traditional Chinese meeting point but is now a temple dedicated to Thien Hau, a sea goddess. Museum of Trade Ceramics Located in a restored two-story house reminiscent of Hoi An’s old shophouses, this museum houses a collection of pottery pieces not just from Hoi An but from around Asia and even some parts of the western world. This is a must for pottery aficionados. Hoi An Central Market Hoi An’s biggest and busiest market, this is located in the center of Hoi An’s Old Town and is the perfect place to buy souvenirs and fill up on delicious local eats. Take in the sights, sounds, and smells to complete your Hoi An experience. Hoi An Handicraft Workshop Also known as the Handicraft Village of Hoi An, this workshop is housed in a 200-year-old Chinese trading house. See artisans at work creating traditional Vietnamese crafts such as lanterns, silks, pottery, woodwork, and more in the same way they were made hundreds of years ago.

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Hoi An: Water Puppet Show and Dinner

10. Hoi An: Water Puppet Show and Dinner

The ancient town of Hoi An transforms into what’s also known as lantern town at night. This evening market is filled with beautiful handmade arts and crafts, but the real charm lies in the colorful lanterns that adorn all the buildings and streets. You will be picked up at your hotel, and transferred to Nguyen Hoang pier to jump on a boat. You can capture some unforgettable shots as your boat passes through the Hoai River.  You will be offered some finger food while cruising through the romantic Hoai river. Treat yourself to the spectacle of twinkling evening lights which rival the stars overhead. Back to Hoi An, and you'll head to Hoi An Water Puppet Theater to enjoy the show. Water puppetry is a folk art form associated with the long history of wet rice civilization of Vietnam. You will be treated to stories of everyday life in Vietnam, fishing and boat races, as well as fairies and dragons. After the show, you will have dinner at a lovely restaurant located on the bank of the Hoai River. 

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What people are saying about Hoi An

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 21 reviews

This tour was extremely informative and we learned so much. It was not just verbally bit hands on as well. We got to try the mulberrys and feed the silk worms, preparing their food. I didn't realise that as they grew the leaf size they eat increases. They eat so much and so fast. It was great to see how to wave the silks and learn about the different blends. We had our own tour person who helped us at the end with picking the clothes we wanted. Also the lunch was fabulous and they catered to our vegetarian needs.

A very well organized tour. Sunny is a very attentive teacher. With her friendly and natural nature, she competently and passionately communicates Vietnamese cuisine. The recipes are well put together and it was great how naturally and calmly the eating habits were dealt with. The cooking area is very nicely designed and I am looking forward to boiling it down using the recipes sent to us. I highly recommend the tour!

Beautiful experience !! Shopping at the market, boat transfer, Vietnamese cooking class! I recommend it very much !! Very good our guide Trang !! If you can ask her !! Thanks for all!!

Taking part in a cocking class is a particularly nice way to get to know a country. Everything was well organized and perfectly prepared.

The guide was very nice and explained a lot of things to me...she was kind and answered all my questions.