SAIGON - NHA TRANG - HOI AN - DA NANG - HUE - SAIGON

    Khởi hành : 10 Days - 9 Nights

    A trip around Saigon offers you a great experience of the country’s most dynamic city – a crucial economical agora with bustling life. Saigon’s architecture is partly influenced by China and France with, Chinese style pagodas, venerable buildings, modern skyscrapers, food stall, street vendors… all create a distinctive harmonization.

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    SAIGON  -  NHA TRANG - HOI AN - DA NANG -  HUE - SAIGON

    SAIGON - NHA TRANG - HOI AN - DA NANG - HUE - SAIGON

       

    DAY 1: PICK UP AND GO TO THE CITY TOUR


     Pick up at the airportCheck in at SAIGON Hotel. Take a city tour.

     A trip around Saigon offers you a great experience of the country’s most dynamic city – a crucial economical agora with bustling life. Saigon’s architecture is partly influenced by China and France with, Chinese style pagodas, venerable buildings, modern skyscrapers, food stall, street vendors… all create a distinctive harmonization.

    In the morning, the trip begins  by heading to China town and Binh Tay market and stop over at the 150 years old Thien Hau pagoda. Then, visit War Remnants Museum and have Vietnamese noodle soup or banh Xeo (Vietnamese pancake) for lunch.

    In the afternoon, go to Reunification Palace, followed by visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, the historic Central Post Office built by French and the embroidery workshop.

    End the trip by visiting Ben Thanh market for shopping.

    Free for shopping & discovering the city

     Day 2: Saigon – Phan Thiet – Nha Trang

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Depart for Phan Thiet

    11.45 AM: Arrive in Phan Thiet. Take a short trip around a glimpse of the city and the sceneries including Ong Dia reef, Ham Tien Coconut forest, Mui Ne Fishing Village.

    12.45 AM: Stop at Ca Na beach for lunch and sightseeing.

    1.45 PM: Continue going to Nha Trang city.

    Welcome to Vietnam's ocean city! The capital of Khanh Hoa Province, Nha Trang sees a heavy local and international tourist influx, especially in the summer. The central beachside city area is quite busy and full of cheap guesthouses and small restaurants. The beach and its outlying islands have sprouted some fine new resorts. The surf isn't bad (for frolic, not for surfing) along the vast crescent-shaped beach in Nha Trang's central city, and the bright-blue vista is dotted by more than 20 surrounding islands. There are many good high-end hotels and resorts to choose from, and the high-rises in the town center hearken almost to a large beach town in Florida. Good budget options abound, too. Dining is all about fresh seafood.

    Nha Trang is a very popular vacation spot for Vietnamese. In the summer months, the town is chockablock with tourists and young kids out "cruisin' the strip" on the main seaside avenue. The beaches of Nha Trang are a great place to spend 2 or 3 days playing in the surf, snorkeling and diving, or taking a cruise to the nearby islands. And Nha Trang's nightlife is thumping. Centering around the busy backpacker area along Biet Thu Street, the bars hop until late. In fact, the party often starts out on the boats by day and then continues at the bars until late. Prepare to shake thy booty at the beach.

    Culturally, the Pasteur Institute offers a glimpse into the life and work of one of Vietnam's most famous expats. Both the Long Son Pagoda and the well-preserved Po Nagar Cham Temple are interesting sights.

    In the winter, the surf can be quite rough, making swimming and watersports less than desirable, but daylong boat trips are always a go. Nha Trang is a good place for diving to soft coral sites brimming with reef fish, and a number of very professional dive outfitters can take you there (quite inexpensive by Western standards). Also note the newly developed Whale Island, just a few hours north, as well as new developments near the airport.

    Because Nha Trang expects an increase in regional and international flights, the airport moved to Cam Ranh Bay, 30 minutes south of town. The logic of the new airport is clear -- longer runways for bigger planes -- but the old in-town airport is now home to a bevy of military jets, which take off in a deafening roar over the south end of the beach throughout  the day. It's kind of cool if you like jets, but not so cool if you like peace and quiet.

    5.00 PM: Arrive in Nha Trang. Stop for a while at Cu Huan mountain pass to enjoy the sunset on the sea.

    6.00 PM: Check in at the hotel. Have dinner.

    7.00 PM: Get on bus a short tour around the city. Visit Nha Trang night market, Phu Dong park, Four Seasons Café, Seafood area of Thap Ba.

     Day 3: Nha Trang

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Visit Nha Trang bay - one of the world’s most beautiful bays.  There, you can observe a day in life of the fishing village, take pictures from the reefs and the islets.

    9.45 AM: Move on to 4 stars Diamond Bay leisure center in Nhu Tien beach for trying different water sports.

    12.30 AM: Have lunch.

    1.45 AM: Visit the Oceanography Institution of Nha Trang.

    2.45 AM: Go to 5 stars Vinpearl island by cable car across the sea (3km, 20 minuets) with amusement park, Asia’s largest pool, private beach and water-music show

    6.30 PM: Return on land. Have dinner and and enjoy a free time of  relaxing or shopping around the city.

     Day 4: Nha Trang

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Set off to Doc Let beach for swimming and enjoying the  fresh seafood directly from the fishers

    11.00 AM: Have Lunch

    AM: Go to Thap Ba hot spring for mud bathing and hot dipping.

    2.30 AM:  Visit Ponagar tower, Xom Bong bridge, Ha Ra bridge, Fairy mountain, the “Husband” islet

    5.00 AM: Return to the hotel, free for relaxing.

     Day 5: Nha Trang – Hoi An


    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Depart from Nha Trang to Hoi An town (550km, 11 hours)

    Hoi An was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, and a visit to this old-world gem is a sure cultural highlight of any tour in Vietnam. From the 16th to the 18th century, the city was Vietnam's most important port and trading post, particularly of ceramics with nearby China. Today it is a quaint old town of some 844 structures protected as historical landmarks, and the unique influence of Chinese and Japanese traders who passed through (or settled) can still be felt. It's a picturesque town, small enough to cover easily on foot, with lots of good nooks and crannies, shops, and gastronomic delights to discover.

    Wander among historic homes and temples, perhaps stop to lounge in an open-air cafe, gaze at the oddities and exotic foods in the market, or take a sampan ride down the lazy river. In the afternoons when school is out, the streets are thronged with skipping children in spotless white shirts and girls in their ao dai uniforms, and you can still see local craftsmen at work in some parts of the city.

    During the full moon of every month, local shop owners turn off the electricity and hang lanterns bearing their shops' names, and a candlelight lantern procession, complete with a few small floats, makes   its way through the Old Town and along the riverfront. It's well worth timing a visit to enjoy the spectacle and the post-processional  festivities.

    6.00 PM: Arrive in Hoi An (Quang Nam). Check in. Free for relaxing & walking around the ancient town with colorful colors up high by Hoai river. Spend a night in Hoi An.

     Day 6: Hoi An – Da Nang

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Check out. Set off to Cua Dai beach for swimming and relaxing in the shade coconut trees by the sea

    11.30 AM: Have lunch.

    1.30 PM: Visit Ong pagoda, Japanese Pagoda, Phuoc Kien house. Continue going to Da Nang city by the seaside road. Drop by a fine art of stone handicraft village.

    Da Nang is a major port city in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, on the coast of the South China Sea at the mouth of the Han River. It is the commercial and educational center of Central Vietnam; its well-sheltered, easily accessible port and its location on the path of National Route 1A and the make it a hub  for transportation. It is located within 100 km of several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Imperial City of Hue, the Old Town of Hoi An, and the My Son ruins. The city was previously known as Cua Han during early Dai Viet settlement, and as Tourane during the period of French colonization.

    3.00 PM: Discover the beauty of Non Nuoc sea, North My An, Son Tra peninsula and the Vietnam’s tallest statue of Bodhisattva.

    4.30 PM: Move on crossing Thuan Phuoc bridge looking down to Tien Sa harbor, Tho Quang shipyard by the poetic Han river under the sunset.

    6.00 PM: Check in at Da Nang hotel. Free time for relaxing. Spend a night in Da Nang

    Day 7: Da Nang – Hue

    7:00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    8 AM: Set off to Ngu Hanh Mountain (the mountain of Five Elements). Visit the Linh Ung, Tam Thai, and Non Nuoc pagodas; Tang Chon, Huyen Khong, Hoa Nghiem caves.

    12.00 AM: Have lunch.

    1.30 PM: Depart for Hue city on the seaside road. Stop for a while at the top of Hai Van mountain pass for sightseeing and taking pictures. Go past Lang Co fishing village, visit the mysteriously sacred Truc Lam Buddhism monastery.

     6:30PM: Arrive in Hue city. Check in at the hotel. Then, it’s free time  for going around the city discovering the notoriously tasty Hue food. Spend a night in Hue.

    Hue is culturally and historically significant. It was once Vietnam's Imperial City and later the country's capital under the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).

    The Thua Thien-Hue region was a political football during hundreds of years of early Vietnamese dynastic turf wars with the Cham people in the south and the Chinese in the north. It wasn't until the late 18th century that the leaders of the Tay Son rebellion and Emperor Quang Trung, having routed the Chinese out of the north, established a capital at Hue. Later, the Nguyen dynasty leaders, beginning with powerful Gia Long, made Hue the capital that served the Vietnamese puppets of the French until the end of World War II. The first citadel and Imperial City was built by Gia Long in 1803 on a former royal site; many of the city walls still stand, battle scarred from fighting with the French as far back as 1873, and later with the Americans during the notorious Battle of Hue in 1968.

    Although much of Hue -- tragically, including most of Vietnam's walled Citadel and Imperial City -- was decimated during wars with the French and the Americans, there's still much to see. And because of the damaged buildings, you'll want to hit the temples with a good English-speaking guide who can bring the place back to life and offer some good background (otherwise, you might see just walls and rubble).

    Perhaps most captivating is the daily life on Perfume River, with its many dragon boats, houseboats, and long-tail vessels dredging for sand.  You can visit many of the attractions, including the tombs of the rather flamboyant and megalomaniacal Nguyen dynasty emperors, by boat. The enjoyable town features low-slung, colorful colonial-style buildings, and strings of lights at outdoor cafes at night are like the flame for the many tourist-moths that quickly flit through here. Try to sample some of the many local cuisine specialties; you'll find fine-dining establishments that specialize in tempering the cuisine to foreign  tastes (with varying degrees of success). The Trang Tien Bridge, which connects the citadel area with the new town across the Perfume River, is itself a major attraction, a lovers' lane of sorts and a national symbol.  You'll see local photographers selling their services in the little riverside park on the new-town side. The bridge is lit up at night with constantly changing bulbs, and lovers stroll the promenade, taking in all of the good Technicolor glistening off the river below. Vendors line the riverside promenade and it's a good place to buy something sugary (they even have cotton candy).

    You may want to plan a full-day excursion to the nearby demilitarized zone (DMZ), the beginning of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, and the underground tunnels at Vinh Moc.

    Day 8: Hue     

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 AM: Set off to the North bank of Huong river, visit Thien Mu Bridge, the ruins of Nguyen Kingdom, the old palace of the 13 kings of Nguyen clan including the Yellow Wall, the Southern Gate, The Forbidden City, Thai Hoa palace; enjoy the ancient imperial music show of Hue Kingdom (appreciated by UNESSCO as a world’s cultural heritage)

    12.00 AM: Have lunch

    1.30 PM: Visit Dong Ba market for shopping

    3.00 PM: Continue moving to the South bank of Huong river to visit royal tombs of Tu Duc and Khai Dinh.

    6.00 PM: Travel along Huong river at night for sightseeing and enjoying Hue’s traditional songs. Spend another night in Hue.

    Day 9: Hue – Sai Gon

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast.

    7.45 AM – 9.45 AM: Free time for shopping and relaxing

    9.45 AM: Check out. Set off to Phu Bai or Da Nang airport. Fly back to Saigon

     Day 10: Saigon

    7.00 AM – 7.45 AM: Breakfast

    7.45 – 12.30 AM: Free for shopping & discovering the city.

    1.30 PM: Check out, set off to Tan Son Nhat airport. Finish tour.

     

     

     

     

      


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