Hoi An - Tra Kieu - My Son (Heritage Road of central Vietnam)

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Hoi An - Tra Kieu - My Son (Heritage Road of central Vietnam)

( one day, depart by car, return by boat )

Morning : Hoi An - Tra Kieu - My Son

7:00 : Driver and tour guide will pick you up at Hoi An center for Travel Service, then depart to My Son – world cultural heritage. On the way, stop by to visit Tra Kieu Temple, capital of Cham Kingdom. At My Son, you will visit a complex of old tower to enjoy the unique architecture and religion of Cham People

11:30 : Tourists get on the car and board Cau Lau boat

Afternoon : My Son - Cau Lau - Hoi An

12:00 : Take tourists to the foot of Cau Lau bridge (Duy Xuyen), going back Hoi An by boat. Tourists have lunch on boat, relax and view Thu Bon river.

13:30 : Arrive Thanh Ha Pottery village and Kim Bong Carpentering village. Disembark to visit vocational village to buy souvenir gift.

16:00 : make a landfall at Bach Dang river, Hoi An old city. Tourists walk back to the gathering site.



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