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VF201: Cham Island Snorkeling One Day Tour

Cham Island Snorkeling One Day Tour | Viet Fun Travel Location: Hoian
note_firstThis tour departs from Hoian at 7.30am and from Danang at 8.15 – 8.30am. 07:30: Coach and our guide pick you up at hotel, and then transfer to Cua Dai harbor. 08:00:  Get on board & depart to Cham Island by speed boat. (Be sure to bring along camera to capture the spectacular monum..note_end
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Group tour price : $45.00
Duration: 1 Day
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VF19: Half Day My Son Tour By Bus

Half Day My Son Tour | My Son Tour By Bus Location: Danang
Operating Hour: 08.00am note_first 8.00am: Pick you up at your hotel. Start Half Day My Son Tour. Depart by bus for our one hour journey to My Son. Lots of good photo opportunities while on the bus. Arrive in My Son. Take a nice walk with your guide for around 1 hour to see the historic and cultural ruins of the 16..note_end
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Group tour price : $20.00
Duration: 4 Hours
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VF18: 1 Day Boat Trip To My Son Temple Complex Vietnam

Boat Trip to My Son Temple Complex Vietnam | My Son tour Vietnam Location: Danang
Operating Hour: 08.00am note_first The My Son complex is one of the foremost displays of Hinduism in South East Asia, and is the main heritage site of this nature in Vietnam. Though the complex was severly damamged during the Vietnam war, My Son is a must see for tourists while visiting this part of Vietnam.. 8.00am - 08.1..note_end
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Group tour price : $27.00
Duration: 8 Hours
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VF308: Danang - Ba Na Hill - Hoi An Ancient Town Tour from Ho Chi Minh City 3D2N

Danang Ba Na Hill Hoi An Ancient Town Tour from Ho Chi Minh City 3D/2N Location: Hoi An
note_firstDAY 1: HO CHI MINH - DA NANG - MARBLE MOUNTAIN - HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN (DINNER) Morning: You take taxi by yourself  to Tan Son Nhat airport to flight to Da Nang City (you will be at airport 1 and half hour before departure flight). Arrive in Da Nang, we will pick you up from airport and t..note_end
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Group tour price : $195.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF194: Central Vietnam 3 Days 2 Nights Tour (Saigon, Hoi An, My Son, Da Nang)

Central Vietnam Tour 3 Days 2 Nights | Saigon, Hoi An, Da Nang Tour Location: Danang
note_firstDAY 1: SAI GON – DA NANG - HOIAN CITY Morning flight - Our driver will pick you up from hotel and transfer to the domestic airport. Arrive in Da Nang, private transport will pick you up and transfer to hotel for check-in your suitcase at hotel. Start Central Vietnam Tour 3 Day. You w..note_end
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Group tour price : $154.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF431: Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands 3-Day ...

Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands 3-Day 2-Night | Viet Fun Travel Location: Danang
note_firstDAY 1: DA NANG – SON TRA PENISULA - SUNWHEEL (Lunch/Dinner)                  Pick-up from Danang airport or center of Danang and transfer to restaurant for lunch: enjoying local food and check-in hotel. Passing by Thuan Phuoc Bridge to visit Son Tra peninsula, so-called Monk..note_end
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Group tour price : $205.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF1942: Central Vietnam 3 Days 2 Nights Tour (Ha Noi, Hoi An, My Son, Da Nang)

Central Vietnam Tour 3 Days 2 Nights | Ha Noi, Hoi An, Da Nang Tour Location: Hoi An
note_firstDAY 1: HA NOI – DA NANG - HOIAN CITY Morning flight - Our driver will pick you up from hotel and transfer to the domestic airport. Arrive in Da Nang, private transport will pick you up and transfer to hotel for check-in your suitcase at hotel. Start Central Vietnam Tour 3 Day. You..note_end
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Group tour price : $154.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF3082: Danang - Ba Na Hill - Hoi An Ancient Town Tour from Ha Noi 3D2N

Danang Ba Na Hill Hoi An Ancient Town Tour from Ha Noi 3D/2N Location: Hoi An
note_firstDAY 1: HA NOI - DA NANG - MARBLE MOUNTAIN - HOI AN ANCIENT TOWN (DINNER) Morning: You take taxi by yourself to Noi Bai airport to flight to Da Nang City (you will be at airport 1 and half hour before departure flight). Arrive in Da Nang, we will pick you up from airport and transfer you..note_end
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Group tour price : $195.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF4312: Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands from ...

Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands from Saigon 3-Day 2-Night | Viet Fun Travel Location: Danang
note_firstDAY 1: SAIGON - DA NANG – SON TRA PENISULA - SUNWHEEL (Lunch/Dinner)                  You take taxi by yourself to Saigon airport to flight to Danang. Pick-up from Danang airport or center of Danang and transfer to restaurant for lunch: enjoying local food and check-in hotel...note_end
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Group tour price : $205.00
Duration: 3 Days
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VF4311: Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands from ...

Da Nang - Son Tra Penisula - Hoi An Ancient Town - Ba Na Hills - Cham Islands from Ha Noi 3-Day 2-Night | Viet Fun Travel Location: Danang
note_firstDAY 1: HANOI - DA NANG – SON TRA PENISULA - SUNWHEEL (Lunch/Dinner)                  You take taxi by yourself to Hanoi airport to flight to Danang. Pick-up from Danang airport or center of Danang and transfer to restaurant for lunch: enjoying local food and check-in hotel. ..note_end
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Group tour price : $205.00
Duration: 3 Days
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Hoi An Tours

Tours to Hoi An - Ancient Town, Hoian Tours Vietnam


Looking for a peaceful, lightsome city to spend for a few days?
 
Then make your next stop in Hoi An, one of the most spectacular in Vietnam that you shouldn’t miss out. This town with an ancient beauty and quiet atmosphere leaves a big impression for most tourists over the world.
 
Though Hoi An is a small town, it doesn’t mean you can’t do anything there; actually, plenty of activities is waiting your exploration and experience as well.
 


A glimpse at Hoi An, the city of colors

 
Hoi An – a quaint and historic city full of color, culture and life – is located along the coast in the central Vietnam. In the past (from the 15th until 18th centuries), the city was a significant commercial trading port playing a big influence in the history of Vietnam, and its name means a peaceful meeting place. This stunning place is a perfect combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, French, and Japanese architecture.

Hoi An 20th century
Hoi An 20th century
 
Back then Hoi An welcomed traders of all places, but these days the Ancient Town is a must-visit place of tourists from different corners of the globe. Many find its sleepy, slow-paced lifestyle is somehow one of the most attractive points.
 
What makes Hoi An more irresistible to tourists?
 
Surrounded by phenomenal colorful colonial buildings, plus a series of vibrant restaurant & bars, incredible tailoring shops, and extremely spectacular foods, it really makes you tingled all over with joy; not yet, the old town immediately turns an endless miracle once the night comes – the scenery of numerous lanterns tinted with various hues and lightening up the sidewalks certainly blows your mind away.

Hoi An Ancient Town
Hoi An ancient town
 
Aside from the picturesque views, Hoi An is also a paradise of food! It’s unbelievable to believe, but there are plenty of great restaurants that will bring satisfaction to your stomachs. You may wish to have more room to taste all the specialties there.
 
If this is your first visit to this UNESCO-designated Ancient Town, Viet Fun Travel suggests several interesting things you probably want to spend your time.
 


When should you visit Hoi An?

 
Like other places in Vietnam, Hoi An also has two seasons:
 
  • Dry season starts in March and ends in September.
  • Rainy season runs approximately from October until February.
 
If considering the temperature and humidity, the best time to visit this antique city falls between February and April. Avoid making your trip in either October or November as chances you may get stuck with flood and typhoons; though there are sunshine days during that period, it’s insufficient for you to enjoy the vacation.

Hoi An full moon day
Hoi An full moon day
 
We recommend you to visit Hoi An on the 14th day of every lunar month because locals celebrate the Full Moon Festivals really big – take this occasion, and you will hear lots of traditional songs, learn traditional dances, play fun games, and try plentiful special dishes.
 


What are awesome things to do in Hoi An?

 

#1: Exploring the Ancient Town

 
If you’ve never seen a nostalgic, old town in a modern city, then pay more attention to Hoi An.
 
Once setting your foot to the Ancient Town, a line of shops and cafes painted in different shades of yellow will appear in your sight. Also, lots of multi-colored lanterns are found not only over every shopfront but also along the streets. Instead of long lines of motorcycles, you will see people riding bikes lazily or walk leisurely from place to place. In addition, a large number of pagodas and temples displaying different architectures and characters will surprise you.
 
Some highly recommended spots include Japanese Bridge, Thang Loi Handicraft Workshop, Phung Hung Old House, Quang Dong Temple, The Chinese Assembly Hall of Phuc Kien, and The Museum of History.

Japan Bright
Japanese Bridge
 
This is definitely a perfect place for photography enthusiasts.
 
Apart from the Ancient Town, you can take advantage of our Da Nang - Ba Na Hill - Hoi An Ancient Town Tour to visit popular sites from other tourism places if having more off days.
 


#2: Visiting the Central Market

 
Once traveling to Hoi An, take the opportunity to visit the Central Market located at the eastern end of the Ancient Town. We advise you to go there in the early morning so that you can avoid the tourist crowds as well as witness all the hustle and bustle action of the locals when the market is in its prime period.
 
Don’t mind waking up a little earlier if what you long for is a chaotic, fun experience. But for those who ain’t used to purchasing things in an intense environment, then simply stop at the market later in the day. Oh, no matter what you are going to buy, remember to haggle!
 
If interested, starting from Hoi An, Viet Fun Travel will take you to My Son Sanctuary – another masterpiece recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site – in Hoi An & My Son Tour within only a half day.
 


#3: Riding bikes in Hoi An

 
Another cool activity you can try in this quiet city is biking! You can rent bicycles from the local and take a leisurely bike ride at any time of a day. But, the best time is definitely in the early morning – what can be more peaceful and restful than riding through the rice fields, the Ancient Town, and along the river while not many people wake up.

Cycling in Hoi An
 
If you don’t feel like wanting to ride bikes, take a speedboat from Hoi An Town (30 mins.) for a refreshing journey to Cham Island. This one-day tour will be perfect for tourists with snorkeling or diving interests.
 
See? You can reach out different places from a small town!
 
Quickly plan a trip to Hoi An whenever you have chances. Not only about the view, but you can also taste many famously flavorful dishes, gain clarity about the city’s history, and try different, unique activities. For people who are exploring this surprisingly tranquil city, wish you have an enjoyable time.
 
In general, Hoi An is certainly the definition of vacation perfection.
 
 

Tours to Hoi An - Ancient Town, Hoian Tours Vietnam


Looking for a peaceful, lightsome city to spend for a few days?
 
Then make your next stop in Hoi An, one of the most spectacular in Vietnam that you shouldn’t miss out. This town with an ancient beauty and quiet atmosphere leaves a big impression for most tourists over the world.
 
Though Hoi An is a small town, it doesn’t mean you can’t do anything there; actually, plenty of activities is waiting your exploration and experience as well.
 


A glimpse at Hoi An, the city of colors

 
Hoi An – a quaint and historic city full of color, culture and life – is located along the coast in the central Vietnam. In the past (from the 15th until 18th centuries), the city was a significant commercial trading port playing a big influence in the history of Vietnam, and its name means a peaceful meeting place. This stunning place is a perfect combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, French, and Japanese architecture.

Hoi An 20th century
Hoi An 20th century
 
Back then Hoi An welcomed traders of all places, but these days the Ancient Town is a must-visit place of tourists from different corners of the globe. Many find its sleepy, slow-paced lifestyle is somehow one of the most attractive points.
 
What makes Hoi An more irresistible to tourists?
 
Surrounded by phenomenal colorful colonial buildings, plus a series of vibrant restaurant & bars, incredible tailoring shops, and extremely spectacular foods, it really makes you tingled all over with joy; not yet, the old town immediately turns an endless miracle once the night comes – the scenery of numerous lanterns tinted with various hues and lightening up the sidewalks certainly blows your mind away.

Hoi An Ancient Town
Hoi An ancient town
 
Aside from the picturesque views, Hoi An is also a paradise of food! It’s unbelievable to believe, but there are plenty of great restaurants that will bring satisfaction to your stomachs. You may wish to have more room to taste all the specialties there.
 
If this is your first visit to this UNESCO-designated Ancient Town, Viet Fun Travel suggests several interesting things you probably want to spend your time.
 


When should you visit Hoi An?

 
Like other places in Vietnam, Hoi An also has two seasons:
   
If considering the temperature and humidity, the best time to visit this antique city falls between February and April. Avoid making your trip in either October or November as chances you may get stuck with flood and typhoons; though there are sunshine days during that period, it’s insufficient for you to enjoy the vacation.

Hoi An full moon day
Hoi An full moon day
 
We recommend you to visit Hoi An on the 14th day of every lunar month because locals celebrate the Full Moon Festivals really big – take this occasion, and you will hear lots of traditional songs, learn traditional dances, play fun games, and try plentiful special dishes.
 


What are awesome things to do in Hoi An?

 

#1: Exploring the Ancient Town

 
If you’ve never seen a nostalgic, old town in a modern city, then pay more attention to Hoi An.
 
Once setting your foot to the Ancient Town, a line of shops and cafes painted in different shades of yellow will appear in your sight. Also, lots of multi-colored lanterns are found not only over every shopfront but also along the streets. Instead of long lines of motorcycles, you will see people riding bikes lazily or walk leisurely from place to place. In addition, a large number of pagodas and temples displaying different architectures and characters will surprise you.
 
Some highly recommended spots include Japanese Bridge, Thang Loi Handicraft Workshop, Phung Hung Old House, Quang Dong Temple, The Chinese Assembly Hall of Phuc Kien, and The Museum of History.

Japan Bright
Japanese Bridge
 
This is definitely a perfect place for photography enthusiasts.
 
Apart from the Ancient Town, you can take advantage of our Da Nang - Ba Na Hill - Hoi An Ancient Town Tour to visit popular sites from other tourism places if having more off days.
 


#2: Visiting the Central Market

 
Once traveling to Hoi An, take the opportunity to visit the Central Market located at the eastern end of the Ancient Town. We advise you to go there in the early morning so that you can avoid the tourist crowds as well as witness all the hustle and bustle action of the locals when the market is in its prime period.
 
Don’t mind waking up a little earlier if what you long for is a chaotic, fun experience. But for those who ain’t used to purchasing things in an intense environment, then simply stop at the market later in the day. Oh, no matter what you are going to buy, remember to haggle!
 
If interested, starting from Hoi An, Viet Fun Travel will take you to My Son Sanctuary – another masterpiece recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site – in Hoi An & My Son Tour within only a half day.
 


#3: Riding bikes in Hoi An

 
Another cool activity you can try in this quiet city is biking! You can rent bicycles from the local and take a leisurely bike ride at any time of a day. But, the best time is definitely in the early morning – what can be more peaceful and restful than riding through the rice fields, the Ancient Town, and along the river while not many people wake up.

Cycling in Hoi An
 
If you don’t feel like wanting to ride bikes, take a speedboat from Hoi An Town (30 mins.) for a refreshing journey to Cham Island. This one-day tour will be perfect for tourists with snorkeling or diving interests.
 
See? You can reach out different places from a small town!
 
Quickly plan a trip to Hoi An whenever you have chances. Not only about the view, but you can also taste many famously flavorful dishes, gain clarity about the city’s history, and try different, unique activities. For people who are exploring this surprisingly tranquil city, wish you have an enjoyable time.
 
In general, Hoi An is certainly the definition of vacation perfection.
 
 
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