On arrival in Danang, transferring you to hotel and take a look at the Dragon Bridge on the way. The Vietnam tour will begin with Son Tra Peninsula, that is 10km from the center of to the North-east and is 693m high above sea level. Son Tra Mountain can be seen from every places of the city. Son Tra looks like a mushroom of which cap is Son Tra Mountain and stalk is a beautiful sandy beach. Built on a site of 12 hectares on the Son Tra Peninsula, the Linh Ung, Son Tra Pagoda is the largest in Da Nang in terms of scale and artistic architecture. The pagoda is famous for its beautiful 67-metre-tall Goddess of Mercy statue standing on a lotus-shaped platform.
In here, visitor can come to Hoi An, one of Vietnam’s most iconic travel destinations and home to an amazing array of sights, activities and events. Even first time visitors to Hoi An will quickly be enthralled by how fun and fascinating Hoi An really can be. For those looking for a glimpse of the real Vietnam, or just a fun night out, Hoi An mixes old world charm with a modern and vibrant night life. Click the general information links below for further information.
After that, swimming and relaxing on My Khe Beach, by American Economic Review Forbes, voted as one of six most charming beaches in the planet. According to Sunday Herald Sun, early 2010, Mỹ Khê beach was continuously listed in Top Ten of Asia’s best beaches from Vietnam tour.
Shopping in Hoi An
Hoi An shopping is characterised by the traditional Vietnamese local markets, with more offerings of traditional craftsmanship and cultural souvenirs than is usually found elsewhere in the country. The range of merchandise available in Hoi An is more limited than other places in Vietnam, but highly regarded cultural souvenirs are more prominent here
Hoi An Overview speaks about the eye-catching sights and attractions that are flourishing in the area. While touring here, pay homage at the Fujian Congregation Hall or catch up with local paintings at the Japanese Covered Bridge. Watch out for architectural designs of Phu Kien Pagoda or glance through the silk lanterns that illuminate the narrow town streets. Dine seafood at the Hoi An night restaurants or enjoy a wonderful boat ride along its sandy beaches. Capture the beauty of the holy marble and limestone hills along the Marble Mountain or take a relaxed walk along the long stretched beaches of Non Nuoc.