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AVL102[For 2018][Private] Central Discovery of Vietnam 5 Days (Standard Class)

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DURATION

5 Day 4 Night

VISITING

Hue, Danang, Hoi An, My Son

OVERVIEW

Boat Trip on Dragon Boat on the Perfume River. Visiting the Cham Museum in Danang. You will explore the tomb of Tu Duc, which is one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture.



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  • 4-night accommodation in the 3-Star hotels with breakfast
    Round-trip airport/hotel transfers specified in the itinerary
    Transports by van, mini-bus, and/or coach
    English speaking tour guide
    Meals in the itinerary
    Admission fees to sites listed in the itinerary

Price does not include

  • Round-trip International air ticket
    Visa fee
    Travel insurance
    Meals and drinks (unless specified in the itinerary)
    Service beyond the itinerary
    Personal expenses throughout the tour
    Gratuities (optional, not required)
    Single supplement charge: $90
* Please advise that inclusion/exclusion details can vary depending on departure dates.

Special Feature

* The tour requires a minimum of 2-adult participants to be committed to guarantee departure.
* Price listed is per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability.
* Child rate applies only when sharing a room with 2 paying adults.
* Single supplement charge is for a single traveler or any odd number requesting single room occupancy.
* High Season surcharge may apply depends on your travel date. Please double check your final price with your travel agent.
* Some blackout dates may apply without notice. We will let you know the possibility at the time of booking.
* The itinerary/accommodation is subjected to change due to unexpected local circumstances.
DAY
1

Arrival in Hue

Upon arrival at Hue Airport, met and transferred to your hotel for check-in (early check-in is not included). Hue was Vietnam's feudal capital from 1802 to 1945 under the Nguyen dynasty. It is widely known for the magnificent architecture of its citadels, palaces, royal tombs, pagodas and temples set in a poetic background of greenery on the banks of the Perfume River. All were laid out in harmony with nature and in accordance with the principles of geomancy. Besides monuments, Hue still retains much of its past glory in daily routines and activities in religion, gastronomy, handicraft, music, the performing arts and traditional festivals. Hue became Vietnam's first World Cultural Heritage site recognized by UNESCO in 1993. After hotel check-in, the remaining day is at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Rosaleen Boutique Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Not included Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
2

Hue

After breakfast, in the morning you board a traditional Dragon Boat for a 40 minutes ride on the Perfume River to the Thien Mu Pagoda, which overlooks the river. The Thien Mu Pagoda or the Heavenly Lady pagoda has two sections. The front of the Pagoda houses the seven-storey octagonal Phuoc Duyen tower, which has become the symbol of Hue. The other section of the pagoda is its rear portion, where the monks of the temple live and practice Buddhism. The Pagoda was the center of Buddhism in central Vietnam. In 1963, in an act of defiance against the Diem regime, Thich Quang Duc torched himself in downtown Saigon. Today, pagoda visitors can see the car that took him to Saigon kept in the rear of Thien Mu Pagoda. Then you drive to visit the Citadel at the Imperial Palace. It was completed in 1833 and from here the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty ruled Vietnam till 1945. Entering the citadel via a stone bridge you can see the Thai Hoa Palace, an important venue for official receptions and other important court ceremonies. The ostentatious columns supporting the roof are lacquered and inlaid with gold. There is a pair of smaller halls behind the Thai Hoa Palace used by mandarins to prepare for court ceremonies. A one hour pedicab ride gives you a chance to assess the size of the citadel and to watch the daily life of people living in its boundaries. In the afternoon you visit the tomb of Tu Duc, which is one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture of the Nguyen dynasty. In a sprawling lush pine forest 8km (5 miles) from Hue, this tomb is the final resting place of Emperor Tu Duc (1848-83) who enjoyed the longest reign of any monarch of the Nguyen dynasty. The construction of the tomb started in December 1864 and was completed in 1867. Your trip to Hue will be completed by a visit to the tomb of Khai Dinh, Emperor of Vietnam from 1916 to 1925. The tomb is located on the slope of Chau Chu Mountain, about 10km (6 miles) from Hue, and represents a fusion of traditional Vietnamese style and modern influence. The construction of the tomb began in 1920 and lasted 11 years. The tomb's architecture incorporates many finer points of European architectural style and is made almost entirely of concrete. On the way back to your hotel you stop at a village that is well-known for its production of incense sticks and typical Vietnamese conical hats. After the tour, transfer to the hotel and spend the remaining day at leisure.

● Accommodation: Rosaleen Boutique Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
3

Hue → Danang → Hoi An

After breakfast, transfer via Hai Van Pass from Hue to Hoi An with a visit of the Cham Museum in Danang en route. The Cham Museum, housed in a classical French colonial building in Danang, has the finest collection of Cham sculpture in the world. Upon arrival in Hoi An check in at your hotel. Hoi An was one of the orient's major trading ports in the 16th and 17th centuries. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of the weather and war, the centre of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. A walking tour is the best way to see the wooden-fronted houses that once belonged to the towns' prosperous merchants, the Japanese-covered Bridge and the wonderful market. It is one of the best places in Vietnam to shop for souvenirs at bargain prices including silk, handicrafts, antiques and paintings. You start the walking tour at the Culture and History Museum where you will learn about the history of this charming and peaceful town before you walk around the small market regarded as more authentic than markets in Vietnam's big cities. Walk along the main street to the Chinese Assembly Hall of Fujien Chinese community. The hall, built in 1697, has been used as the worshipping place to dedicate to Thien Hau (the Goddess of the Sea or Holy Mother) and also the meeting place for the Fujien Chinese community. Continue to the riverbank along narrow streets on both sides are old houses transformed into beautifully decorated shops with colorful lanterns in different shapes. Next you'll stop to see the Japanese covered bridge built in the early 17th century by Japanese traders who settled in the town. The special pagoda-shaped bridge is now the official symbol of Hoi An. You finish with a visit to a historic old house of this UNESCO - recognized town. After hotel check-in, the rest of day is at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Kim An Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
4

Hoi An → My Son → Hoi An

After Breakfast, in the morning you'll have a half-day excursion to My Son. My Son is the former capital of the ancient Cham civilization that ruled central Vietnam from the 2nd to 13th century. The Cham religion was primarily derived from Indian Hinduism. My Son is considered to be one of the best-preserved Cham structures in Vietnam. The complex is comprised of 70 Hindu-like towers and temples dating from the second century. This site is a must-see for anyone interested in architecture and ancient civilization and is one of five UNESCO World Heritage sites in Vietnam. After the tour, transfer to the hotel and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Kim An Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
5

Hoi An → Danang → Depart to next destination

After breakfast, spend some time at leisure till met and transferred to Danang Airport for your flight to next destination.

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included

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