Central Vietnam is a narrow strip of land connecting North and South Vietnam, mixing the traditional Vietnam heritage with new dynamic architecture, nightlife, new comfy resorts, and outlets. It also combines opposite climates between the two parts of Vietnam, making your experience enriched and unique. Central Vietnam also possesses a private International airport in Danang, which conveniently connects with many important airports in the region. With a short stay from three days up to one week, you will get a rare chance here to experience from Hue monuments, Hoian ancient town to modern grand works in Danang, with a pleasant stay at its long beaches.
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TERMS OF PAYMENT:
DAY 1: DA NANG – SON TRA – MY KHE BEACH (Dinner)
Upon your arrival, our vehicle and Guide from ABI HOLIDAYS will welcome you at Da Nang Airport, then transfer us to the hotel for check-in.
In the afternoon, we will go to Son Tra Peninsula (Monkey Mountain), about 10km from the center of Da Nang City to the Northeast, which is a screen to shield Da Nang City from the strong wild. Next, we will visit Linh Ung Pagoda and admire the tallest statue of Guanyin Buddha in Vietnam, at 67m. Enjoy the beauty and walk on My Khe beach.
Have dinner at a local restaurant.
Our guide and vehicle will take us back to the hotel afterward. Overnight in Da Nang.
DAY 2: BA NA HILLS – HOI AN (Breakfast, Lunch)
After breakfast, our vehicle and guide will greet us at the lobby to head to Ba Na Hills.
Sun World Ba Na Hills is Vietnam’s most significant resort and recreational complex. At the height of 1,487 meters above sea level, we will find ourselves relaxing in the typical rotation of four seasons in a single day and numerous festivities, recreations, and diverse cuisine. We will visit Golden Bridge, a prominent golden silk stripe that shines among the majestic mountains, along with a pair of giant stone hands that seemingly hold the Bridge – a truly impressive masterpiece for all visitors.
Have a buffet lunch at Ba Na Hills, then get off the cable car and move to Hoi An. There are beautiful lantern streets at night hereby, with bold Oriental style. We will have the opportunity to visit the Japanese Covered Bridge, built in the early 17th century, a unique and dear symbol of the Hoi An people. Afterward, we will walk around with stopovers at the Assembly Halls, Hoi An Museum, shrines, Tan Ky Ancient House, and Phung Hung Ancient House.
Our vehicle will bring us back to Da Nang. Have dinner at a local restaurant at your own arrangement. Free to visit the city at night. Overnight in Da Nang.
DAY 3: DA NANG – HUE – DA NANG (Breakfast, Lunch)
Have breakfast at the hotel. Our vehicle will take us to Hue – a World Cultural Heritage; during the trip, we can enjoy the longest road tunnel in Southeast Asia and admire Lang Co Beach.
Coming to Hue, we will stop at Hue Citadel, which maintains the Royal Palace of the 13 kings of the Nguyen Dynasty, the last feudal dynasty of Vietnam, with Ngo Mon, Thai Hoa Palace, Forbidden City, The Mieu, Hien Lam Cac, and Cuu Dinh. Later, we will visit the Tomb of Khai Dinh King, one of the massive mausoleums built over 11 years with unique architecture and structure using local and foreign materials.
Have Lunch at a restaurant and relax.
In the afternoon, we will visit the historical Thien Mu Pagoda, built in the early 17th century. Thien Mu is a symbol of the Hue and one of the city’s oldest and most beautiful religious architectures.
Let’s go on to Dong Ba Market or a market for shopping for Hue gifts; then, we will be transferred back to Da Nang. Dinner at a local restaurant at your own arrangement and overnight in Da Nang.
DAY 4: DA NANG DEPARTURE (Breakfast)
Have breakfast at the hotel, then be free at leisure for relaxing or shopping after checking out of the hotel. Our vehicle and guide will pick you up at the airport for your departure flight.