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Vietnam- Da Nang- Hoi An Package


4D/3N DA NANG - HOI AN ( Ground)
Travelling Period : Now to 15 November


  • 3 Nights stay at Hotel - Superior Room
  • All meals provided stated in itinerary
  • Roundtrip Airport Transfe


  • Air Ticket/Tippings
  • Travel Insurance

Brief Itinerary

DAY1 :    DA NANG - HOI AN (L/D)
Arrive to Da Nang Airport, meet and proceed to local restaurant for light lunch.
After lunch Visit: Cham Museum-the world's largest collection of Cham sculpture.
Visit: Marble Mountain by lift, A cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble,each one represents one of the five elements of the universe. Driving along to Non Nuc Beach to Hoi An.Check-in for refresh.
Dinner and Overnight in Hoi An.    

DAY2 :    HOI AN - DA NANG (B/L/D)        
Breakfast at hotel, Discover Hoi An ancient town by walking.Visit; famous Japanese covered Bridge the symbol of Hoi An,continue to visit: 200 years old Tan ky ancient houses and Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, discover an excellent work of architecture. Enjoy exploring the daily life of local people.Lunch at local restaurant.  Afternoon take a boat trip along to Thu Bon River,
Visit; Kim Bong furniture village, Thanh Ha Ceramic Village after boat trip pick up from Thanh Ha,transfer to Da Nang.
View The Dragon Bridge & Han River Bridge.
Dinner and Overnight in Da Nang.                

DAY3 :    DA NANG - BANA HILL (B/L/D)    
Breakfast. Transfer to Bana Hill Station to take cable car ride, experience the world longest single-wire cable car system of Ba Na Hills. Visit; Vong Nguyet hills, Linh Ung pagoda,The Old Villas of French, Le Jardin d’Amour,Orchid Garden. Lunch at local restaurant in Bana Hill.
After lunch free time for joining games in Fantasy Park. Return to Da Nang city.
Free time for shopping at Han Market.
Dinner at local restaurant.
Overnight in Da Nang.

DAY4 :    DA NANG - HOME (B)
After breakfast at hotel, free at own leasure until time for transfer to airport for your flight back home.

BAMBOO GREEN or similar (Da Nang)
HOIAN LANTERN or similar (Hoi An)    
3 star hotel /  Town    Area

2 - 6 Paxs       Twin- RM1490/ Single RM+310 p/p 
7- 10paxs       Twin- RM1190/ Single RM+310 p/p
Hotel Extra Night- RM159 P/room + Breakfast

NORTHERN or similar (Da Nang) 4* package
HOI AN GLORY or similar (Hoi An)

2 - 6 Paxs       Twin- RM1690/ Single RM+450 p/p
7- 10paxs       Twin- RM1290/ Single RM+450 p/p
Hotel Extra Night- RM180 P/room + Breakfast






  • Booking must be done 14 days prior day of departure
  • No amendments, refunds and cancellation allowed upon booking confirmation
  • Package is based on twin sharing 2 person per room - extra cost for single traveler
  • Room condition or facilities are subject to change
  • Arrival and departure transfer only available between 7am - 10pm
  • Booking is based on first come first serve basis and subject to availability, book early to avoid disappointment
  • Full payment for any balances or surcharges is required prior departure
  • Surcharge only applies for single traveler, stay extension, room upgrading, extra bed
  • Any add-ons are payable direct to
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Da Nang is a coastal city in central Vietnam known for its sandy beaches and history as a French colonial port. It's a popular base for visiting the inland Bà Nà hills. Here the Hải Vân Pass has views of Da Nang Bay and the Marble Mountains, 5 limestone outcrops that are home to pagodas and caves containing Buddhist shrines.
In the middle of the 16th century, when Hoi An was a busy center of the south, Danang was only a small port for goods in transit and ship repair. It gradually developed into a commercial port replacing Hoi An in the early 18th century, when European shipbuilding was improved and large deep draught vessels could easily enter Danang Bay.
In 1835, after King Minh Mang ordered: “European vessels are not allowed to anchor to do trade at any harbours except for Han Port”, Da Nang became the largest commercial port in the central region. The local small-scale industries, including shipbuilding, preliminary processing of agricultural, forestry and fishery products, and trade, services prospered accordingly.

The French colonists, after establishing their domination of the whole of Vietnam in 1889, separated Da Nang from Quang Nam Province and renamed the city Tourane and under the control of the Governor General of Indochina.

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Graceful, historic Hoi An is Vietnam’s most atmospheric and delightful town. Once a major port, it boasts the grand architecture and beguiling riverside setting that befits its heritage, but the 21st-century curses of traffic and pollution are almost entirely absent. Whether you’ve as little as a day or as long as a month in the town, it’ll be time well spent.

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