The World Heritage Road: Danang – Son Tra – Ba Na – Hoi An – Hue

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Tour price: From 3,500,000 VND
Start day: Wednesday, Saturday
Duration: 4 days 3 nights
Vehicle: Coach,


AM:     Pick-up at Danang airport

Lunch at local restaurant – Enjoy Danang local food and check-in hotel.

PM:     Cross Bridges to visit Son Tra Peninsula (Money Mountain). Go around Son Tra peninsula to see the whole city view, visit Linh Ung Pagoda with the highest lady Budda in Viet Nam (67meters), swim at My Khe beach – one of the most beautiful beaches over the world,

Evening: have dinner, take a boat  on Han River (not including) to enjoy the beauty of  Danang  by night, unique architecture of bridges, see Dragon Bridge breathes fire and water every Saturday and Sunday( 9pm).

Overnight in Da Nang

Day 02: BA NA – Hoian – DANANG   (B/L/D)

AM:     Breakfast at hotel. Visit Non Nuoc stone carving village.

Lunch at local restaurant. Continue to visit Ba Na Hills – well known as the  second Da Lat or Sa Pa in the Central of Viet Nam with the longest cable car ride (6000 m) in the world.

PM:     Transfer to the ancient town of Hoian. Take a walking tour around the old sections (charming and wonderfully preserved, combining Chinese, Japanese and European influences). Free to explore the “Hoi An ancient night”.

Dinner at local restaurant. Back to Da Nang and overnight in Da Nang city.

Day 03: DA NANG – HUE     (B/L/D)

AM:     Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. Depart Danang for the old capital of Hue, passing through Hai Van tunnel.

Lunch at local restaurant.

PM:     Explore the Imperial Citadel – The grand palace of the last dynasty of Nguyen and Goddess-heavenly pagoda.

Evening: Dinner at restaurant and take a dragon boat trip to enjoy Hue folksong on Perfume river. Overnight in Hue


AM:     Breakfast at the hotel.  Visit Khai Dinh tombs – a perfect combination of Eastern and Western architecture and Tu Hieu pagoda.

Lunch at local restaurant. Leisure time until transferring to Hue Airport for onward flight


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