Vietnam Center Highlights (4 days/3 nights)
Day 01: Hue(L,D)
In the early morning we arrive in Hue (by train or airplane), where we check-in in the hotel. Hue, the former capital of Vietnam (1802 -1945 under Nguyen Dynasty), is known as ‘the city of peace and poetry’. The city is charming and has a romantic atmosphere. With a small sampan we make a cruise upstream the Perfume River to visit the famous Thien Mu Pagoda and the Ming Mang Emperor Tomb. This emperor is notorious for having more than 146 children. We continue our tour by bringing a visit to the romantic complex of Tu Duc and Khai Dinh Emperor\\\\\\\'s Tomb. Located in lush vegetation, the tomb combines majesty with oriental charm. Afterwards we visit the Forbidden Citadel, which seems to be untouched despite the turbulent history. We overnight in Hue.
Day 02: Hue - Da Nang - Hoi An (B ,L)
We leave for Hoi An in the morning by the well-known and stunning Mandarin Road. On the top of the Ocean Cloud Pass, we have a panoramic view over Danang and the surrounding areas. In Danang city we visit the Cham Museum, exposing countless antique articles of the former Cham Kingdom which lasted until the 16th century. Afterwards we climb the Marble Mountains, a set of 5 mountains which represent the 5 factors that constitute our universe. From here, the view upon China Beach is in one word breathtaking. We continue our trip by arriving in Hoian. Also this ancient town was recognized by UNESCO as being World Cultural Heritage in 1999. Hoian used to serve as an active port of trade with the Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese and Chinese people during the 17th and 18th centuries. The streets, houses and architecture are remained ‘untouched’, despite turbulent history. We also visit the Japanese Covered Bridge and the Tan Ky ancient house before checking-in at the hotel in Hoi An .
Day 03: Hoi An - My Son (B ,L)
After having a nice breakfast in our hotel we continue our trip towards My Son holly land. Located just 60 km from Danang, My Son includes a complex of impressive temples and sanctuaries of the former capital of the Cham\\\\\\\'s Kingdom. This area used to be a glorious empire between the 5th and the 13th century. Today, most of the temples are nothing more than a mysterious impression of what the bright period of the Indian culture of the Cham people could have been. In the afternoon we will take the boat to cruise over the Thu Bon River to visit the Ceramic and Carpenter Village. During the cruise you will be overwhelmed by tranquility and authenticity of local life. We spend the night on Hoi An.
Day 04: Hoi An - Danang - Departure (B)
You will have free time until we transfer you to Danang for your departure.
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