Da Nang to My Son Santuary to Hoi An

Explore two World Heritage Sites in Central Coast Vietnam – Hoi An Ancient Town and My Son Sanctuary. Check out the top sights in the area: the Japanese Covered Bridge and Phuc Kien Assembly Halls. Take in the unique architecture as you visit numerous places with French and Chinese architecture. Visit a local fish market, silk factory, see how silkworm cocoons are transformed into silk thread. Immerse yourself in the local cultures with a stop at Cham Museum and enjoy Cham’s Traditional Apsara Dancing show.

Book a private day tour with us for an ideal trip without dependency on other travelers. This is the easiest and most convenient way that not only helps you transfer comfortably along the way but also give you hassle-free and insightful experiences at My Son and Hoi An in a day tour.

  • Private car / van
  • Local tourist guide
  • Safe and friendly driver
  • Entrance tickets
  • Lunch local food
  • Bottled of water
  • Free wifi on board
  • Road Tolls
  • Parking Fees
  • Gasoline
  • Personal expenses
  • Tip gratitude
Tour Itinerary

Our friendly and professional driver will pick you up at your hotel at your chosen time.

Departure for My Son Sanctuary: This impressive Hindu-themed ruin complex features many beautiful stone sculptures, temples and towers in tropical jungle surroundings.

Arrival at My Son: A special car will take you to tour the site home to more than 70 structures devoted to Hindu gods and goddesses. You will also see some impressive ancient decorations that survived the devastating bombing: snakes, elephants, scenes of battles, and priests.

After exploring My Son Sanctuary, our friendly driver will drive you back Hoi An anciet town. Then we stop and get delicious local lunch here.

After lunchtime, we continue discover the Hoi An ancient town by walking tour with our local guide.

Hoi An, once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, is basically a living museum that houses old-town architecture.Some notable heritage buildings include Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas, wooden shop-houses, French-colonial houses, and old canals. Although large-scale trading had long moved elsewhere, Hoi An has been successful in preserving and restoring its charming roots and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in December 1999.

When you finished, our driver will drive you back Da Nang and drop off you at your hotel.

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