"The beautifully restored houses and leafy streets of Hoi An make the town a key urban highlight when visiting Vietnam."
This sleepy little port is just perfect for a day's exploration, as you lazily wander around the maze of waterside streets. Full of history and rustic charm, Hoi An has many secrets just waiting to be uncovered. An expert-led excursion is the ideal way to pick out the highlights of this friendly town.
The UNESCO-recognised town's narrow lanes and pretty bridges are ideal to navigate either by foot or on two wheels, and our walking and biking tours offer up jam-packed itineraries for laid back and eager sightseers alike. You'll pass some stunning sights and collect some great photos for your holiday album. If you're looking to cover a number of cities in a short space of time, you could opt for the Hoi An and Hue City Tour, which will take you to historic Hue during your one-day journey. A highly recommended tour is the visit to the impressive My Son temple complex, where leafy architecture and verdant landscapes come together to produce something spectacular.
Between the 17th and 19th centuries, Hoi An was a prosperous trading port. Today, this World Heritage-listed ancient town boasts
Drive from Hoi An to Danang for a half day city tour starting with a visit to the Cham Museum
After breakfast, start cycling along the Thu Bon River where you have a chance to take photographs of many fishing
Enjoy a morning tour of one of the most colorful local marketplaces in all of SE Asia. Chef and proprietor
My Son is one of the foremost Hindu temple sites in South East Asia. For the Cham civilization that ruled
Around 8.00am, drive 3 hours from Hoi An town over Hai Van Pass to Hue which once served as an
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