Fascinating walking tour in the Old Town of Hoi An.
Houses with architectural elements from many countries.
Chance to admire the details of the Chinese Assembly Halls.
Japanese Covered Bridge, a beautiful symbol of the city.
Engaging city history & facts revealed by an expert guide.
What we'll do
Part 1. We pick you up at your hotel in Danang and transfer to Hoi An. It is about an hour on a 5 start road.
Part 2. Stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hoi An and discover a complex history that borrows from a variety of cultures. A guide leads you through the Old Town to see examples of Chinese, Vietnamese, and Japanese influences in Hoi An and learn about the city’s history.
Though the entire city is lauded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Town remains a well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port from the 15th to the 19th centuries. Your guide leads you past ancient houses and roads, showing you elements from Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese culture and taking you back to a simpler and more subdued time.
Step into the Hoi An Museum, where you can learn about the historic culture of the region. In the Chinese Assembly Halls, marvel at illustrious Chinese architecture before moving on to the Japanese Covered Bridge. The bridge, dating back to the 1590s, is a symbol of the city and features a beautiful Japanese design. Your guide relates stories and facts about each of the locations as you visit, then takes you back to your hotel at the end of your tour.
Good to know:
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Danang hotel.
Live tour commentary provided in English.
What’s not include?
Personal expenses, tips.
Your meals and drinks.
What else’s you should know?
Bring your camera, hat, and sun-protection.
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
Children under 6yrld is free.
Free-cancelation up to 14 days before experience date.
No refunds within 14 days of experience date.
What to expect?
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