Hoi An 3-Day Tour 

 3 days / 2 nights 

Hoi An 3-Day Tour


Tour start: 09:00 from hotel Estimated tour completion 13:00 In the morning, meet at Ms. Vy’s Market Restaurant and travel by boat for a guided tour of Hoi An’s colorful central food market. We buy all the ingredients for our class and design our menu based on the best and freshest produce available that day. We then return to Vy’s Market by boat for an interesting and informative tour of the restaurants many street food kitchens, watching live cooking demonstrations with hands on involvement and many food tastings. 2.5 hour hands on in-depth cooking class, lunch, recipes and a Vietnamese cooking utensil to take home. Back to your hotel and enjoy at your own leisure. Overnight at hotel in Hoi An


Tour start: 09:00 from hotel Estimated tour completion 16:00 Start your Hoi An city tour with a boat trip on Thu Bon River to the Cua Dai estuary; it will take you to an island called Cam Kim where you can visit a family traditional work of wooden furniture and sculpture. Have an easy work around the village to meet local farmer and school kids. Continue the boat trip to the estuary where river meets the sea which got amazing view and beautiful fishing nets. Back to town for the city tour on foot or cyclo to visit the Fukien Assembly hall, the finest and oldest Chinese temple in town with ornate architecture and beautiful garden. Walk to visit the landmark of Hoi An – the Japanese covered bridge – and an old house called Phung Hung. Enjoy your free time at the ancient town in the evening. There plenty of bars and restaurants in town will please all your liking. You will transfer to your Hotel for relax. Overnight at hotel in Hoi An


Tour start / pickup time: 09:00 from hotel. Estimated tour completion 15:00 Drive approximately 60 minutes to explore the abandoned Hindu temples of My Son, a UNESCO World Heritage site as of 1999 that is still off the typical traveler’s itinerary, but will not be for long. The temples were constructed by the Champa kings between the 4th and the 14th century A.D. and are dedicated to the worship of the god Shiva. The Cham-pas ruled central and southern Vietnam for over a millennium; their lands extended across Cambodia and Laos at the peak of their domination. Few Hindus are seen in Vietnam today as many Chams converted from Hinduism to Islam and migrated to Cambodia. A visit to My Son is a delight for the senses – beyond the beauty of the temples themselves, this area is home to rich scents emanating from neighboring coffee plantations and the sound of freshwater streams running through the tropical forest. Your guide will expand upon the sculptural details you will see here that are specific to Cham design, as well as more about the history of this period. Go on a short hike to a scenic spot and take in the views. Then, back to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day on your own. Overnight at hotel in Hoi An

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