It is every passenger’s responsibility to carry a valid passport and have obtained the appropriate Visas’ when travelling. Please ensure that your passport is valid for 6 months beyond the duration of your holiday.
Tour prices include
Sightseeing, transfers, meals as per itinerary
Daily breakfast at hotel
Transfer by air-conditioned van/bus based on PRIVATE as per itinerary
Meals as mentioned in itinerary
Complimentary mineral water during tour only (01 bottle/pax/day)
4 Nights’ accommodation
English speaking tour guide
Tour Price Excludes
Air tickets and airport taxes
Travel insurance, relevant entry visa fees; if any
Pre collected tipping of MYR90 per person per package for guide and driver
Minimum 2 adults travelling per booking.
Package rates are valid for Malaysians only and subject to re-quote for other nationalities.
Travelling must be completed by 31 Dec 2019.
Halal meal not available at Danang; meal arrange based on PORK FREE for Muslim pax.
We strongly recommend all passengers to purchase travel insurances for their holiday.
All bookings are subject to availability.
All rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice.
Any unused services, unused tours and accommodations are non-refundable.
Other terms & conditions apply.
5D4N DANANG-HUE-HOIAN-MY SON-BANA HILL [2 To Go/Ground Only/English Speaking/Private Tour]
DAY 1: ARRIVAL-DANANG-HOI AN (Lunch, Dinner)
Upon arrival at Da Nang International Airport, meet our representative and transfer to Visit Cham museum, Marble Mountains. Transfer to Hoian. Visit Hoian Town at night. Visit the lantern night market. Overnight in Hoian.
Day 2: HOI AN – HUE (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
After breakfast, visit Hoi An. A walking tour of old Hoi An, visit Phung Hung Ancient House, which was used to be a shop-house of the former merchants, a city house of special value built in the middle of the 19th century. Museum of Hoi An, also the pagoda of Quan Yin, a religious construction built in 1653, contains photographs and many precious artifacts such as maps, statues, porcelain, ceramic, scales, anchor, jar burials, family records, etc... It is the very place one should visit first in old Hoi An. Kwan Kung Temple, was built in the middle of the 17th century to worship Kwan Kung, the most famous general of the "Three States" time (in Chinese history) who is the resplendent symbol of morality: faith, loyalty, frankness, righteousness.Japanese Covered Bridge, which was built in the 16th century, with a Japanese pagoda to protect the sailors on the northern side, the statues of two dogs at the western end, and two monkeys at the eastern end. Afternoon: Transfer to Hue. Dinner and overnight in Hue.
Day 3: HUE - DANANG (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
After breakfast, Visit Hue - the former imperial capital of Vietnam, widely known for its magnificent monuments built under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945). Take a boat trip to Thien Mu Pagoda. Next, visit Minh Mang tomb which is the magnificent compare with the others. Afternoon: Sightseeing tour focuses on the Imperial Citadel, built in 1804 on a site chosen in accordance with the principles of geomancy. Visit Imperial Museum and the Dong Ba Market. Famous for its best conical hats in Vietnam. Transfer to Danang. Dinner and Overnight in Danang.
Day 4: DEPARTURE-DANANG (Breakfast)
After breakfast, is free-and-easy moment. Then, transfers to airport for depart flight.
*Sequence of the above itinerary may vary on the actual.*