Hoi An walking tour
40 $/ pax
Half-day tour of Hoi An Ancient Town
Explore major landmarks in the UNESCO-listed city
Visit assembly hall and Japanese covered bridge
Hotel pickup and drop-off included
Small-group tour ensures personalized attentio
Inclusions: Local Experts English-speaking guide, drinking water, Entrance fee.
Exclusions: Travel insurance, meals and other expenses.
Duration: 3.5 hours
Meeting point: We will pick you up at your hotel.
Starting time: Morning and afternoon
Ending point: We drop you off your hotel.
Group size: Minimum 2
Entering your foot into the heart of Hoi An, was the principal port of the Cham Kingdom, which controlled the strategic spice trade with Indonesia from the 7th to the 10th century and was a major international port in the 16th and 17th centuries - and the foreign influences are discernible to this day. On the upon time The original Cham political capital was Tra Kieu, the commercial capital was Hoi An and the spiritual capital was My Son (Hindu). Nowadays, Hoi An is famous for its stunning restored architecture, homemade silk, expert tailors, distinctive yellow walls and delicious noodles and seafood. Its relaxed vibe and pedestrian streets make this town a pleasure to discover by foot.
Along your stroll, stop off at the city's best cultural landmarks. Start with a wander through the Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, famous for the Jinshang Temple dedicated to the goddess of the sea. Since the city's culture was linked closely with the sea - and the safety of merchant sailors that frequented its shores - this temple is one of the most historic and significant in the entire town.
Then head onward to visit Traditional folklore, traditional occupation, traditional clothing, folklore games one of the most remarkble museum in town.
Finally, wander the 200-year old ancestral Tan Ky House and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge. built by Japanese craftsman and doubling as a temple. Learn about how the bridge was constructed and how it become a major landmark in the city before wrapping up your journey with a peaceful boat trip along the Thu Bon River.