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Location: Hoi An
Price: $30/Pax
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  • Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.

    Hoi An Ancient town is located in Viet Nam’s central Quang Nam Province, on the north bank near the mouth of the Thu Bon River. The inscribed property comprises 30 ha and it has a buffer zone of 280 ha. It is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a small-scale trading port active the 15th to 19th centuries which traded widely, both with the countries of Southeast and East Asia and with the rest of the world. Its decline in the later 19th century ensured that it has retained its traditional urban tissue to a remarkable degree.

    Hoi An Ancient Town was classified as a National Cultural Heritage Site in 1985 and subsequently as a Special National Cultural Heritage Site under the Cultural Heritage Law of 2001 amended in 2009. The entire town is State property and is effectively protected by a number of relevant national laws and governmental decisions, such as: the Cultural Heritage Law (2001, amended 2009) and the Tourism Law (2005). The 1997 Hoi An Town Statute defines in regulations that are implemented by the Hoi An Center for Monuments Management and Preservation, the responsible agency of the People’s Committee for the management of the property.

    There are many popular nightspots and several internet cafés, bars and restaurants have opened along the riverfront. Lying just a few kilometres inland, Hoi An packs in lots of affordable accommodation, budget shopping, authentic eating experiences, and interesting sights which are best explored on foot.

    Close by is the fascinating ruins of My Son, as well as Cua Dai Beach and China Beach – the latter which are popular for beach activities like windsurfing, snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing. The city of Hoi An is one of the quietest in Vietnam. Cars are not allowed in the main streets and, unlike in the rest of the country, motorcycles do not blow their horns all the time.


    Price: $40/Pax

    07h30: Our tour guide pick you up at your hotel and transfer to My Son.

    09h30: Visit My Son Holy land, The ancient Cham Pa people were raised to be “the masters of art in building brick”. So far the technique in building the ancient temple – towers of Cham Pa people remains controversial. The brick were smoothed and laid closely and securely without mortar. My Son’s value is also reflected in the art of lively and fine sculpture and carving on brick, stone from the images of deities, priests, dances, plants, animals and sacrifices….

    11h00: Leave My Son by bus back Hoi An.

    12h00: Have lunch in restaurant.

    14h00: You make walking tour to visit Hoi An ancient town – a famous harbor in 15th century. Visit Phuc Kien pagoda, handicraft villages in Hoi An, enjoy traditional music show, Tan Ky old house, Japanese Bridge…

    16h00: See you off at old town. End of tour.


    – Transfer by bus with a/c

    – Entrance fee

    – Tourist guide

    – Lunch

    – Water


    – Personal expenses

    Price for children:

    – Free for children under 4 years old.

    – Charge 70% for children from 5 – 11 years old.


    PRICE: $30/Pax

    Tra Que Vegetable Village is a charming little village on the edge of Hoi An Ancient town. It is famous for its sweet scented and green vegetables that spice up on the daily meals of Hoi An people such as Cao Lau and Quang noodle (the specialties of Quang region). You will have a chance to discover the art of cultivating and water plants as a real farmer. Then you will join in cooking class with local dishes prepared by the friendly and hospitable host.

    8.30: visit Hoi An’s colourful market, and experience the amazing sights, sounds and aromas of this busy market. We will have the opportunity to interact with the local sellers and learn about all the ingredients to be used in the cooking lesson.
    Travel to Tra Que Organic Village, you then walk around the vegetable garden where farmers work on their fields using the traditional methods of hundreds of years ago – no electrical machinery here. We pick fresh saw-tooth coriander and Vietnamese mint for our cooking lesson before tasting a special herbal drink at a local home.

    To the local village market and with shopping list in hand we purchase a range of local ingredients, including star anise, cardamom, sesame rice paper, water spinach and banana flower.

    Arriving at Tra Que’s Family House we have a chance to freshen up before beginning our class. Working together with our Family Chef we learn the traditional ways of preparing and cooking Vietnamese food from scratch. Using the freshest ingredients and traditional Vietnamese utensils (still in use today) we cook 4 famous dishes.

    After the class we sit down and a chance to savour the dishes we have prepared.

    PM: Enjoy a leisurely boat trip and bid farewell to your host family before riding back to Hoi An. On the way back stop at Japanese tomb and Ba Le well. The tour finishes at around 16.00.


    – Meal as indicated in itinerary

    – 01 bottle of water + 1 cold handkerchief/ day/ pax

    – English speaking guide/s (other languages upon requests)

    – Entrance fees and permits during guided time

    – Travel insurance


    – Visa to Vietnam

    – Air-tickets

    – Travel insurance

    – Other meals that not indicated in the itinerary

    – Personal expenses

    – Travel insurance

    – VAT tax

    – Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, drinks, tips…)