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Hoi An is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. And the temples of My Son Sanctuary is considered one of the central temple of Hinduism in Southeast Asia and is the only legacy of this category in Vietnam. My Son tour from Da Nang is a new private tour option for travelers who want to learn about Cham culture, an ancient culture of the world as well as find out more about Hoi An town.
08:00: Pick-up at your hotel lobby in Da Nang city center then depart to My Son Holly land.
09:30: Arrive at My Son and then exploring My Son ruined temples visit Cham Museum before take part in the Cham’s Traditional Apsara Dancing show.
12:30: Then move to Hoi An to have lunch at Hoi An Silk Village.
14:00: Walk around from the Silk Village to mulberry garden, museum silkworm, visit to Hoi An Silk showroom, explore Hoi An narrow lanes. You will discover The Museum of History, Quangdong temple, The Chinese Assembly Hall of Phuc Kien, Japanese bridge, Old house.
16:00: Transfer back to the hotel in Da Nang city.
17:00: Drop-off at your hotel. Tour ends.
You will be picked up at your hotel before heading to My Son Holly land, the site of the most important Cham intellectuals and a religious center.
Arrive at My Son and then exploring My Son ruined temples, a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 65 architectural works. These temples are located on a site that was the spiritual and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence. Initially constructed with wood, the structures were fully destroyed by fire in the 6th century. After that we will visit Cham Museum before take part in the Cham’s Traditional Apsara Dancing show. Museum of Cham Sculpture, also known as Cham Sculpture Museum is a construction of the French in Da Nang when colonizing Vietnam. It used to collect, store, and display relics on sculpture of the Champa kingdom found in Cham towers and ramparts in the South Central Coast and Central Highlands. Many of the exhibits are considered masterpieces of their field showcased according to the region in which they were found with a total of ten separate interior exhibition rooms.
Leaving Cham Museum, we going to Hoi An to have a Vietnamese lunch at Hoi An Silk Village. Walk around with local guide from the Silk Village to mulberry garden, museum silkworm to learn about its cycle life. Next, see how silkworm cocoons are unraveled to become the silk thread used in clothing. Watch Champa women using ancient looms to make silk textiles. The tour continues with a hands-on demonstration of how to decipher fake versus real silk then spend a visit to Hoi An Silk showroom where the local expert tailors can help you to design a custom suit or dress for you if you request.
Then explore Hoi An narrow lanes lined with centuries-old houses influenced by Chinese, Japanese, French and European architectures and visit its numerous places of interest: The 400-year old Japanese Covered Bridge, the Phuc Kien Assembly Halls. Those sites make a vintage vibe and peaceful atmosphere. They are hot check-in places of young people. You can take a dozen of picture here.
Heading back to the hotel in Da Nang city, drop-off at your hotel. My Son tour from Da Nang ends. Our guide will say goodbye and see you again!
43.00 (per person)