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GENERAL INFORMATION OF HOI AN HALF DAY TOUR
Walk the lantern streets, visit historical landmarks: Hoi An half day tour by Orient Skyline Travel uncovers its fascinating history from heydays as a busy trading port to what now a charming coastal town.
- Walking around Hoi An Ancient town and visit the city
- English-speaking local guide
- Tours as mentioned and air-conditioned transfers
- Sightseeing and permit fees during guided times
- Excursions as mentioned
- Service charges
THROUGH HOI AN HALF DAY TOUR, YOU WILL DISCOVER
Stroll the breezy Hoi An UNESCO heritage site, the town once originated from a sleepy fishing village turned into a busy trading port in Asia that welcomed international merchant boats of the Dutch, Japanese Chinese, French, Portuguese during the late 16th to the 18th centuries, now is one of most charming coastal towns of Vietnam and Southeast Asia. The great conserving work here makes Hoi An home to a great architectural collection the country’s most beautiful traditional architecture blending with the Chinese, Japanese, French and Portuguese elements.
Start your walking tour through the streets lined along with yellow houses of home silk tailors and Orient art galleries, visit Chua Ong Pagoda – the Chinese ornate structure was built from 1653. On the same street, stroll to the nearby Phuc Kien temple, the Assembly Hall of Fujkian originated merchants, one of the most important meetings cum worshiping hall of the Chinese merchants in the old days.
Visiting the 200-year old Tan Ky House will give you a glimpse of how the generation of its owners have lived. At the Japanese Covered Bridge – one of Hoi An’s most iconic destinations, take some postcard photos before hearing from your expert guide the story about how and why the bridge was built and named Japanese Bridge. Visit the Reaching Out Tea House, an NGO establishment supporting locals with disabilities – enjoy a cup of tea before having a tasty lunch in fascinating Hoi An by the Thu Bon river.