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With an array of architectural styles, a charming laidback atmosphere, and some of the country’s loveliest food, UNESCO World Heritage town Hoi An is a popular stop for first – and second and third – timers to Vietnam. The town is an attraction in itself, and you could easily lose a few days strolling around its pretty streets, stopping at cafes to sup iced coffees as you watch the world go by.
Traditionally, locals would burn incense for good luck, and make offerings at family altars on the day of the festival. Lighting a small lantern and sending it down the river is also a popular custom; by the end of the evening, hundreds of brightly coloured lanterns can be seen floating into the distance.It is the tour that can enjoy sightseeing of popular My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An night in a day. In addition, you can commemorative photo of wearing the aodai. It will surely be your good memories.15:00 Depart from hotel16:30 After Hoi An arrival, commemorative photo wearing the aodai17:00 Free time after Japanese Covered Bridge tour18:00 You take three big Hoi An special dinner, looking at the light of the lantern19:00 Night Market walking20:00 departure from Hoi An, to the hotel20:20 Arrival at hotel in Hoi An21:00 Arrival at hotel in Danang
- CarEnglish speaking guideEntrance feeDinner
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