A highlight of any trip to Vietnam is to experience the charm, history & beaches of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site located on the central coast of Vietnam. You will stay in 4 Star Luxury in a Superb Deluxe River View room at Cua Dai beach, approximately 3kms from the centre of Hoi An. In addition you will be able to enjoy three relaxing 60 minute spa treatments at a professional Day Spa, learn new skills at a well known Vietnamese cooking class and a relaxing dinner cruise on the Thu Bon River In between your two private tours, relaxing around the resorts swimming pool or walking on the beach, there will be ample opportunity to visit the tailor and shoe shops that have helped make Hoi An famous.
You will visit Hoi An, Cua Dai Beach & My Son
You will be able to put your feet up and get some well earned time to relax at your beautiful resort which is located facing the Thu Bon River and only 100m from the resorts private beach. You can enjoy some time at the resort swimming pool, walk on the white sands of Cua Dai beach and be pampered at one of your 3 professional day spa treatments.
Hoi An was a major oriental port for trading ships from Japan, China and the West during the 16th and 17th centuries and became the meeting place for a wide range of merchant traders. As a result, the old town in Hoi An has a diverse mixture of architectural styles and today is considered a living museum of architecture and urban lifestyle. Hoi An is world famous for its’ 300+ tailor shops where you can have virtually any item of clothing made or copied to suit your own personal style in a matter of one or two days. For the bargain conscious, Hoi An is close to paradise and you will have great fun choosing your new clothes to take home.
Built in approximately 200AD to 1700AD, My Son was once the spiritual heart of the Kingdom of Champa peoples who occupied what is now the central area of Vietnam for over a thousand years. The builders of My Son gained their cultural and spiritual influences almost exclusively from India in the form of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Shiva was the central figure of worship and his images are common in what remains of the Cham monuments. My Son is situated in an attractive valley, well away from any other buildings in a clearing surrounded by tropical jungle. The peaceful surroundings give you a feeling of stepping back to the time when then area was a major religious complex and even in their current state, the towers are impressive, and the scale of building makes its religious significance obvious.