Full Day

Hoi An is originally built as a major port that houses regular ships from Europe and East Asia in the early era. Against the strong current of time’s flow, this town has been preserved and maintained to its authentic appearance, which has lead to its honor recognition of the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tourists will find every accomplishment that they look for in this graceful town of the cultural hub. From ancient architectural construction to delightful local cuisine, Hoi An has that magic to make anyone linger for a very long time.


Immerse in the marvellous top-of-the-world views at the marble mountains' summit
Appreciate the mixture of cultural demonstration of Hoi An at Japanese Covered Bridge
Taste the best courses of local’s cuisine
Explore the customs of tea tasting at Reaching Out Teahouse


Full day

At 08:00 – Pick up at your hotel in Da Nang/Hoi An and travel by car to the Marble Mountains. The Marble Mountain is a collection of five different marble outcrops, each named after the fundamental elements that form the harmonic balance in the Vietnamese people’s beliefs. They are in the sequence of Kim Son (metal) – Moc Son (Wood) – Thuy Son (Water) – Hoa Son (Fire) and Tho Son (Earth). There are various pagodas and interweaving caves inside the mountain’s range. Nonetheless, you will take an elevator to reach the summits for the slamming grand view. Prepare to angle up your best exclusive photos and captivate the panoramic wonders.

Continue to travel by car to Hoi An – The Ancient Town. Thanks to the strict regional policy, all vehicle are prohibited at the centre of the town, which makes it excellent for our walking tour. To soak up all the graceful delights of Hoi An, you will start to explore Phuc Kien Communal House, the temple built in 1679 by the locals as a rite to worship their goddess. Continue to Tan Ky ancient commercial house, the amazing masterpiece of construction is the ultimate condense of Chinese and Japanese architectural quintessences. Speaking of the Japanese style of ornament, it will be a mistake not to visit the Japanese Covered Bridge, built as a gateway to connect to the Chinese quarter by the Japanese community in the early era. The bridge is well-preserved to its original appearance and architectural curve design. The last stop before lunch will be Phung Hung Ancient Trading House, the symbol of Hoi An’s commercial prosperity in the ancient time.

Enjoy lunch with the best of authentic and delicious foods of the region.
In the afternoon, Continue incursion to Thang Loi Silk, where you can admire the mastercraft and top-end quality of hand-made and traditional silky dress. Do not forget to have one specifically tailored to your custom desires. Additionally, take part in Lantern making class to appreciate another popular handicraft product of Hoi An. Finally yet importantly, enjoy the most cultural and graceful atmosphere at the Reaching out Tea House, where you can lay back, relax your mind while trying out the classical Vietnamese tea or coffee, presented beautifully in traditional Vietnamese tasting sets.

Travel by car back to your hotel in Hoi An/ Da Nang.

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Daily breakfast and meals as mentioned in the program
Transfer by vehicle with A/C
All entrance fees and sightseeing as mentioned in the program
Local English speaking guide
All local taxes and service charges
Visa approved letter if needed
24/7 support
Drinks are not mentioned in the program
Visa fee
Personal expenses
Personal Travel insurance (Highly recommended)
Tipping for drivers & tour guides (compulsory: 3USD/pax/day)
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Optional tours and extra services
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