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Hoian Optional Tours - Hoian Private Tours

Times: 1 day
Departure time at will
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General introduction

The 14th day of the lunar month is a Buddhist day of worship. Residents place offerings of food and incense on their ancestral altars and visit one of Hoi An's many pagodas. The scent of incense and the sounds of people singing add to the town's enchanted atmosphere. On these evenings, visitors will get a rare glimpse into another era. These nights are a welcome reminder of life's unexpected beauty.

Specific schedule

DTO 02 - 01: HALF DAY MY SON TOUR
Our guide will come to meet you at your hotel at 8.00 am. Drive to My Son, a World Culture Heritage, 40 km southwest of Hoi An. Located in a lush valley, My Son was a capital and religious center of Cham people, now remaining with red brick towers and sanctuaries. My Son, considered to be in the same league as some of Southeast Asia's greatest archaeological sites, including Angkor in Cambodia, Bagan in Myanmar, Ayutthaya in Thailand and Borobudur in Indonesia. These towers and sanctuaries was built from the 7 to 13 centuries. Finish tour by noon at your hotel.

Size of Group

2 pax

3 pax

4 - 5 pax

6 - 7 pax

8 pax up

Cost/pax (USD)

35$

30$

25$

18$

15$

Inclusive: Private car, Entrance fees, English/French speaking guide
Exclusive: D
rinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip


DTO 02 - 02:  FULL DAY HOIAN CITY & MY SON TOUR
In the morning, take a private car/van from Hoi An Town to My Son Holy Land. Back to Hoi An for lunch. After the relax, it is light excursion to go around tiny town of Hoi An for city tour: 400 years old Japanese Bridge, 300 years old Chinese temple, 200 years old Vietnamese former merchants' house. Tour end at about 16.30 pm.

Size of Group

2 pax

3 pax

4 - 5 pax

6 - 7 pax

8 pax up

Cost/pax (USD)

55$

48$

40$

35$

32$

Inclusive: Private car, Entrance fees, English/French speaking guide, Lunch
Exclusive: D
rinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip

 

DTO 02 - 03: FULL DAY CHAM CULTURE DISCOVER TOUR
Your first explore Cham Culture is the real temples and sanctuaries at My Son - the religious center of Cham people in Vietnam. After the My Son complex was discovered, many of its artifacts, especially statues of female dancers and genies worshipped by the Cham people, worship animals and artifacts of the daily communal activities, were collected and displayed at the Cham Architecture Museum (established from 1915) in Danang city. Now, the Museum is housed of the finest collection of Cham sculptures in the world. In the afternoon, you will discover the life of Cham people at Cham Musuem. Tour end.

Size of Group

2 pax

3 pax

4 - 5 pax

6 - 7 pax

8 pax up

Cost/pax (USD)

55$

50$

45$

35$

30$

Inclusive:Private car/van, Entrance fees, English/French speaking guide, Lunch
Exclusive: Drinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip


DTO 02 - 04: THANH HA POTTERY VILLAGE - KIMBONG CARPENTER VILLAGE
In the 16th and 17th century Thanh Ha was a thriving village. It was famous for earthenware that was sold in many provinces throughout Central Vietnam. It was the Thanh Ha villagers who made the bricks, tiles and floor slabs for the old buildings in Hoi An and the surrounding areas. The Thanh Ha potters are still working in the same way as their forefathers. With their clever and skilful hands, they turn clay into pretty flower vases, tea pots, piggy banks, wine bottles, water jars, kettles, cooking pots or lovely ornaments of birds, turtles, buffaloes, cats and ducks.
Nowadays many old buildings in Hoi An need restoring and the Thanh Ha villagers are the only contractors that can provide standardized bricks, tiles and floor slabs exactly like the ones when the old port town prospered.

Kim Bong village Kim Bong village is well known for its carpentry. Most of Hoi An old town’s architecture was made by their ancestors, dating back to the town’s heyday as a commercial port. The technique of the carpenters is exceptional. Their work on the head of columns, rafters, pillars, altars, tables, chairs and beds is masterful and can be appreciated by anyone who sees it. The Kim Bong carpenters still keep their traditional skills alive. Many of them make fishing boats for fishermen all over Central Vietnam. They often restore the old buildings in town or make wooden statues and traditional furniture to be sold and exported.

Half day tour programme
08.00: Our local guide will meet you, walk through the old streets and then embark on a boat from the bank of the Thu Bon River. Enjoy the beauty of ancient Hoi An from the river. Continue toThanh Ha pottery village; discover the daily life of the villagers. View the various stages of producing the many kinds of pottery products like: jar, vase, pot, earthen pot, decorative lamps and so on. Continue to visit Kim Bong carpenters’ village, listen to the village’s history and visit the shipbuilding yards, and see the handicrafts and sculptures. Return to Hoi An Travel where your tour ends.  

Size of Group

2 pax

3 pax

4 - 5 pax

6 - 7 pax

8 pax up

Cost/pax (USD)

25$

20$

15$

12$

10$

Inclusive: English and Vietnamese local tour guide, boat trip to visit villages, and entrance fees.
Exclusive: Drinks, Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip

 

DTO 02 - 05: HOI AN LANTERN MAKING
One of the great pleasures of any visit to Hoi An is strolling along the beautiful streets of the old town at night under the flickering lights of the many beautiful lanterns. These simple yet colorful lanterns are both part of Hoi An culture and Hoi An today.
Half-day tour: Welcome to Hội An traditional lantern factory. You’ll meet the craftsman. The tourguide will introduce to you about the history, structure and styles of Hoi An lantern.
You will make a lantern by yourselves with the artisan’s directions – this lantern is also the gift for you. Besides, you’ll learn some Vietnamese ordinary sentences. It’s absolutely useful for your trip in Vietnam.
The lantern making steps:
Step 1: Choose your favorite lantern color.
Step 2: Craftsman gives you bamboo skeleton and some materials prepared for making a lantern.
Step 3: Artisan will show you techniques to complete a lantern. Especially, he directs the way how to glue cloth on bamboo lath (3 ones per a piece of cloth), keep doing until we have lantern skeleton covered.
he artist goes on guiding to trim superfluous clothes for the elegant lantern.
Step 4: Artisan’ll help you add tail
Everything has done. You have your own lanterns. Just come and enjoy!
Saying goodbye to your host and returning to the hotel.

Transfer by car or van

1 pax: 20$/pax

2 pax: 12$/pax

3 pax: 10$/pax

4 pax: 09$/pax

5 pax: 08$/pax

Transfer by bicycle

08$/pax

- Discount 50% for under 12 year old kid.
- 15 people group or more will get one person for free.

Includes:

- English or French speaking guide

- Transfer.

Excludes:
- Personal expenses.
- Drinks. - Tip.

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