16th Century Hoi An

This half day walking tour should be listed as one of the best things to do in Hoi An, an absolute must do before you leave this charming city. Explore this vibrant cultural melting pot, a place where European merchants, Chinese traders & Japanese craftsman fused their influence with the local Vietnamese traditions, creating one of the most magical townscapes in the world.

The Ong Pagoda was built in 1653 where you'll find Quang Cong's gilt statue constructed out of papier mache as well as that of General Chau Xuong & administrative mandarin Quan Binh.

The Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, another popular attraction of Hoi An, was established in 1690 & houses the Jinshang golden temple dedicated to Thien Hau, a sea goddess & protector of sailors.

Lastly, a perfect example of an 18th century merchant's house, the famous Tan Ky House has been lovingly preserved over the years by seven generations of the family to showcase its excellent architecture & Vietnamese, Japanese as well as Chinese furnishings.

Included

  • • English speaking guide
  • • Sightseeing fees & permits
  • • Air conditioned vehicle for transfers
  • • All service charges & government VAT

Excluded

  • • Tips & gratuities at your discretion

Remarks

  • • Tour runs daily from 8 AM to 12 PM & 1.30 PM to 5 PM

No. of Guest: Price per person (HKD)
1 $800.00
2 $440.00
3 $360.00
4 $288.00
5 $288.00
6 $288.00
7 $224.00
8 $224.00