The Most Attractive Ancient Town In South East Asia
970 km from HCMC or 30 km south of Danang.
Hoi An is a riverside town and was one of South-East Asia’s major international ports during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Today parts of Hoi An look exactly as they did back then helping the town retain the feeling of centuries past. With its narrow streets and quaint mix of architectures, picturesque Hoi An is a favourite with many foreign visitors.
Sightseeing: most attractive ancient town in South East Asia: centuries-old houses, communal houses, uncanny pagodas constructed in Chinese, Japanese and Portuguese styles and traditional handicraft villages.
Facilities & services: boat ride on the Thu Bon River, cultural show, international standard hotels and restaurants.
Central Viet Nam. The ancient city of Hue 1100 km from HCMC, one hour and a half by plane or 20 hours and 35 minutes by train, 110 km north of Danang, 3 hours by car. Hue served as Vietnam’s capital under the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945, and recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage. It is arguably the most beautiful city in Vietnam. A cycling tour around the “Imperial City” and a trip on the Perfume River along the historical sights in the surrounding area is a life time memory. You dare not to miss it!
Sightseeing: old citadels, magnificent imperial tombs, solemn ancient pagodas and royal families’ old houses.
Facilities & services: boat ride on the Perfume River, international standard hotels and restaurants.