5D4N Da Nang Hue & Hoi An Ancient City | My Son + Cam Thanh Water Village

5D4N Da Nang Hue & Hoi An Ancient City | My Son + Cam Thanh Water Village

Queen's Finger Hotel, Lê Quang Đạo, My An, Ngũ Hành Sơn, Da Nang, Vietnam - View on map
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  • 5 Days
  • Max People : 40
  • Min Age: 1 Years Old

Dedicated guide and driver for you to explore Danang, Hue City, Hoi An + visit the Cam Thanh Village and My Son Holy land. This is a 100% Private Tour with all meals inclusive. My Son Holy Land was the capital of Cham Pa Kingdom from the 4th to 5th centuries. Exemplifying the height of Cham architectural achievement, The My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious monuments originally consisting of more than 70 structures; the 25 vestiges of which remain today.

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All meals inclusive as specified
All entrances inclusive as specified
Hotel accommodation as specified
All transfers inclusive as specified
English speaking driver cum guide
Compulsory Tour Tips
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Flight Ticket & Taxes
MSIG Travel Insurance (Plan1) wt RM100,000 Covid-19 coverage (RM 64)
High Season Surcharge
Any item not stated under 'Inclusions'

➤ Upon arrival in Da Nang airport, greeted with a warm welcome by our friendly personnel. ➤ After lunch in a local restaurant proceed for Hue City. Best known for its royal mausoleums, imperial citadel, and iconic pagodas. Boasting a fantastic and rich cuisine, Hue is not only a favorite destination for people loving architecture but also a mecca for Vietnam gastronomes. ➤ Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay at a hotel of your choice in Hue City. ➤ Travel Distance/Time: Da Nang to Hue City (95km approximately 2hours)

➤ Morning after breakfast depart on a Discovery Tour of Hue City. Discover the sights and sounds of Hue, the former Imperial capital of Vietnam. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city sits on the banks of the delightful Perfume River, where you will find amazing citadels, fabulous palaces, and royal tombs. Many of the sites can be reached by river. ➤ Picked up from hotel and proceed down to the river for your cruise. Sail along the Romantic Perfume River, seeing Hue’s best-known religious sites, such as the Thien Mu Pagoda. ➤ Continue your journey by land, visiting the Imperial Citadel, from where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945. See the Flag Tower, Noon Gate, 9 Dynastic Urns, 9 Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace, and the Forbidden Purple City, the name was given so because it was forbidden to common people, even junior ministers in ancient times and the color “purple” stands for divinity, nobility and high status. ➤ Discover the blend of Western and Eastern architecture in Khai Dinh King’s Tomb. This is said to be one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture of the Nguyen dynasty. ➤ After lunch at a local restaurant head back to Da Nang. ➤ Enroute Cross the Thuan Phuoc Bridge to visit Son Tra Peninsula, A Scenic Landscape 10km from Danang. Stop at the Linh Ung Pagoda, a 67 meters tall Lady Buddha looks down on the city below protecting it from wind and storms. ➤ Upon arrival in Danang visit the Dragon Bridge. Spanning approximately 200 meters end to end and named aptly because it is shaped in the form of a dragon, this impressive bridge is a sight to behold. ➤ 100 meters away you will see hundreds of couples visiting the Love Lock Bridge, promising each other the lifelong togetherness and love bond. Here you can see the thousands of heart-shaped red lanterns show their glitters in the water and make it sparkle. You can clearly see the inspiration of the bridge from some of the well-known beautiful love bridges in the world like the Pont des Arts of France, Milvio bridge of Italy, Hohenzollern of Germany and Russia's Tretyakovsky. ➤ 19:00 – 20:00 Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight in Da Nang. ➤ Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay at a hotel of your choice in Danang. ➤ Travel Distance/Time: Hue City to Da Nang (95km approximately 2hours)

➤ After breakfast depart for Vietnam’s Breathtaking Hidden Playground Ba Na Hills. Looking like a medieval castle, but inside these stone walls are modern accommodations, world class restaurants and a Fantasy Park full of exciting rides. Here are the top things to see and do and Ba Na Hills. ➤ Travel on a Cable Car holding several Guinness World Records, including the longest gap, heaviest cable and the greatest change in elevation. The cable cars were built to feed the mountaintop resort, but they’re also the perfect way to get spectacular views of Da Nang and the surrounding forests. ➤ When you reach the top, you will see the world-famous Golden Bridge. The bridge was designed to evoke the image of God’s hands pulling a strip of gold out of the land. ➤ From here take the Funicular Train Ride, taking you closer to look at the unwinding mountainous scenery till you reach the French Styled Gardens, Le Jardin D´Amour. Famous for its nine romantic gardens with nine ways of architecture. ➤ There is a vineyard that associates with the old French wine cellar, recreating the wine region of southern France. Visit The Old Debay Wine Cellar built by the French through the mountain in 1923. ➤ Located at an altitude of 1500 meters above the sea level, feast your eyes on a spectacular view of the hills from the site of Linh Ung Pagoda. ➤ Next stop is to Head for Little Paris. Take a stroll through the French Village. As long as you suspend your disbelief, you might actually feel like you’re in the French Alps. When the mists come in, or when the clouds fog the entire mountaintop, the illusion is even more complete. The cobblestone streets and European-style buildings are remarkably well-built. ➤ After lunch, you'll head to the Fantasy Park, a perfect attraction for an entire family. The park is inspired by two iconic novels “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” by French writer Jules Verne. ➤ Finally conquer the peak of the mountain, the highest point of Ba Na Hills. Enjoy the panoramic views the areas have to offer. ➤ Return to the cable-car for your journey back down to our vehicle. ➤ Proceed to the Ancient town of Hoi An. This little port town is in an incredible state of preservation. It offers some of the most densely concentrated sights in Vietnam with its old streets bordered with ancient houses and assembly halls, its pagodas, temples, ancient wells and tombs. ➤ Upon arrival take a Guided Walking Tour of this ancient town visiting the Chinese Assembly Hall and Temple (Kwan or Phuc Kien Temple), Ancient Houses (Tan Ky or Phung Hung House), Japanese Bridge and cultural show rooms: Quan Thang House (Sa Huynh Museum or History Museum). ➤ With a history of more than 400 years, nowadays, the Japanese Bridge, might be considered as one of the most significant constructions in Hoi An. Built by the Japanese in the 17th century, the Bridge has been attracting thousands of visitors from all over the world thanks to its unique beauty and special architecture. ➤ Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay at a hotel of your choice in Danang. ➤ Travel Distance/Time: Bana Hills to Hoi An (48km approximately 1.5hours)

➤ After breakfast at hotel proceed to the dock for a Wooden Boat Ride to Cam Thanh water coconut village. Here you learn about the daily life of Vietnamese fishermen, their families and their community. ➤ Board on the boat and commence cruising on the Cua Dai River. The fishermen will give you a demonstration of fishing with these very mobile boats. Learn how to paddle the Vietnamese unique bamboo basket boat. Explore the now tranquil coconut-palm flanked waterways of a past war and hear of the extreme conditions endured by soldiers of both sides. ➤ After lunch at a local restaurant proceed for My Son Holy Land, The Angkor Wat of Vietnam. Located in a narrow valley, surrounded by springs, mountains and green, dense jungle. It consists of several temple – towers constructed between 7th and 13th century AD. After centuries of wars and numerous natural changes there are still about 70 monuments remaining, representing six styles of ancient Champa art. It contains evidence of cultural interactions between Champa Kingdom and other Southeast Asian civilizations, such as India and China. ➤ My Son is hidden away, far in the forest and you need to take a small electric car to get there. The cars pick visitors up from a small shop, just after the entrance gate and the museum. ➤ Return back to Danang for dinner and overnight stay. ➤ Travel Distance/Time: Hoi An to Danang (42km approximately 1hour)

➤ After breakfast free to explore Danang. Hotel is centrally located so moving around should not be a problem. ➤ Depending on your flight timings you will be transferred to airport.



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