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PostSubject: World Heritage Road   Mon Jul 11, 2011 8:49 pm

View More : Viet nam tour
View More : HUE DA NANG - HOI AN | HUE - DANANG - HOIAN | HUẾ - NẴNG - HỘI AN | DU LỊCH HUẾ | DU LICH HUE


Hue was the capital of Vietnam, from 1802 to 1945 under Nguyen Dynasty. This charming and romantic city is known as the city of peace and poetry. We arrive in Hue (by train or airplane) in the early morning. Go boating on the PerfumeRiver , to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda and the Minh Mang Emperor Tomb. We continue our tour to the Tu Duc Emperor's Tomb. Afterwards we visit the Forbidden Citadel, which seems to be untouched despite the turbulent history. Overnight in Hue

Day 02: Hue - Danang - Hoian (B)
We leave for Hoi Anby following the Mandarin Road in the morning and passing the Ocean Cloud Pass where we can glimpse Da Nang's panorama. On arriving in Danang city we visit theChamMuseum and climb the MarbleMountains to get a panoramic view of the ChinaBeach. In the afternoon we arrive in Hoi An which used to be the trade port of the Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese and Chinese people during the 17th and 18th centuries. Spend time visiting theJapaneseCovered Bridge and the Tan Ky ancient house before checking in the hotel.


Day 03 : Hoi An - My Son (B )
After breakfast in our hotel we continue our trip towards My Son holy land. Located just 60km from Danang, My Son includes a complex of impressive temples and sanctuaries of the former capital of the Cham's Kingdom. This area used to be a glorious empire between the 5th and the 13th century. In the afternoon, boat trip to the ThuBonRiver to visit the Ceramic and CarpenterVillage. During the cruise you will be overwhelmed by tranquility and authenticity of local life. We spend the night on Hoi An.

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Hue, city tour on bikes
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Hue, which always have been a cultural and historical important center for Vietnam, is one the main tourist attractions in Vietnam. You will take an easy cycling trip to visit Tu Duc Tombs, the Thien Mu Pagoda, the Citadel, as well as enjoying a boat cruise on the beautiful PerfumeRiver with lunch on board.

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At 8h00, together with our guide you go on bicycles all day to visit some of the most important and interesting Tombs and Pagodas. You will first visit Nam Giao esplanade, the Heaven and Earth prayer rituals that were conducted for hundreds of years. You will then continue the ride for a while before reaching the Tomb of Tu Duc, which is not only one of the most beautiful works of the Nguyen Dynasty, but also famous for its romantic sceneries of mounts and lakes. From Tu Duc Tomb you will cycle to the PerfumeRiver , where you get on board the Dragon boat. You will enjoy lunch on board while the board cruising upstream the peaceful poetic river to Thien Mu Pagoda (Heavenly Lady), which has been one of typical sites of Hue for ages. From the Pagoda you will continue cycling to the Citadel, where the last 13 Nguyen dynasty Kings ruled. Part of the Citadel has been renovated after being bombed during the American war. You will be back to your hotel at the late afternoon
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