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UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Steeped in traditional architecture, yet cosmopolitan in nature, a stroll through the old quarter is an essential experience. Gourmand restaurants, boutique clothes shops, art galleries, tailors and shoemakers abound in this ancient trading port town. Hoi An also boasts beautiful beaches and a romantic countryside abundant in rice paddy field.
My Son Sanctuary
Considered Vietnam’s most significant archaeological site, the My Son ruins mark the chief place of worship for the former ruling Champa Kingdom. The Champa were an Indianized kingdom who reigned over southern and central Vietnam from the 7th century and into the early 19th century. Half day trips to My Son are popular, usually finishing with a boat trip back into Hoi An.
Hue has been called the ‘Grand Old Dame of Vietnam.’ This once imperial city harbours many national treasures including the citadel, where the last ruling family from the Nguyen dynasty resided. Other notable attractions are the ancient emperor tombs and Thien Mu pagoda.
These limestone outcrops consist of a of cluster of five distinctive hills once famous – as per the name – for their marble content. While the marble itself has long been carved out from the mountains, they remain an attraction because of the pagodas, shrines and cave grottos within. One cave is particularly famous, because at certain times of the day a shaft of light will filter in over the large Buddha statue.
The museum houses the most extensive collection of Cham art worldwide. The Cham Museum was built in Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle. Cham architecture originates from the period between the 5th and 15th centuries, when a matriarchal society prevailed.
The Golden Bridge is located inside the Bana Hills. This bridge was built at the height of 1.400m above sea level and stretches about 150m long. Rewarded with a bunch of architecture competitions all over the world, the Golden Bridge features a harmonious blend of groundbreaking architecture and spectacular nature. Stretching 150m long and 12.8m wide, the Golden Bridge was made up of 8 arches. The most unique point of the Golden Bridge’s architecture is the contrast between the elegant curve and the giant hands holding the bridge. Taking a stroll around the Golden Bridge is like a walk on the clouds across the hands of the God of Mountain. The image of a huge couple of ancient hands (which is like the hands of the Mountain God) is lifting the bridge as a shining golden silk strip, toward the high blue sky with deep green forests below, actually is not inferior to any blockbuster scenes.
Home to the longest and highest cable car in the world and known as “heaven on earth”, Ba Na Hills is a cool mountain town with exciting dining and entertainment choices. It offers various impressive rides including the 29-metre-tall Tower Drop ride, a 3D panoramic cinema imported from Japan, and a 21-metre-tall climbing wall. Tickets grant access to all 105 games in Fantasy Park, a funicular train ride, Debay Wine Cellar, and Le Jardin D’Amour flower garden.
As its name implies, The Dragon Bridge with the shape of the dragon is 666m long, 37.5m wide across the Han River. With a cost of nearly VND 1.5 trillion ($88m), it offers six lanes for traffic and first opened on March 29, 2013, to celebrate the 38th anniversary of Da Nang’s liberation. The bridge was designed by the US-based Ammann & Whitney Consulting Engineers with Louis Berger Group. The undulating dragon’s body reaching the sea shows the ambition of Danang to integrate with friends all around the world.
Linh Ung Pagoda
People in Son Tra Peninsula recalled that, at the time of Minh Mang King (Nguyen Dynasty, XIX century), there was a Buddha statue from nowhere to drift on the sandbank here. Believing that was an auspicious sign, people here established a shrine for worship, from that, the region was stable and fishermen could work in peace during a long time. The sandbank where the Buddha statue drifted was then named Bai But (i.e. Buddha land on earth) also was where Ling Ung pagoda erected today.
Hot Springs and Water Parks
Located on a neighbouring mountain near Ba Na Hills, the water park has been designed with family fun in mind. It presents natural hot spring pools in addition to a variety of water slides, wave pools and a lazy river for a full day’s worth of water adventure for children and parents. Kids will love the water slides and wave pools, while parents can lounge in the hot springs and saunas for true relaxation among the tropical forest.
Vincom Shopping Center
The Vincom Shopping Center is the perfect spot to entertain the kids. Spanning over 40,000 square meters, with four floors of fashion stores, supermarkets, stationery goods, food courts, furniture, books and home appliance stores, and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Parents can effortlessly entertain the kids with ice-skating, as the facility houses a 30-millimetre rink. Otherwise, head over to the games arcade, the cinema or the education-entertainment centre.
Asia Park is comprised of three main parks: Amusement Park with rides and themed attractions that highlight the distinctive cultures of several Asian countries; Central Zone, a magical garden with the Sun Wheel, The Great Gate, and other attractions; and Cultural Park featuring a mini Asia with architecture and landscaping, as well as cultural and artistic activities, plus the distinctive cuisines of ten Asian countries.
RELAX - Calm, Restore, Sleep
One day program is at VND 3,300,000 ++ , including Yoga & Breathwork, Sleep Remedy Massage and Ayurvedic Head Massage. * All wellness programs are private. * 20% discount applies to all additional treatments booked throughout your stay.
Detox – Cleanse, Destress, Reset
A two-day experience a wellness journey of meditation and mindfulness, a coffee and coconut scrub, stress recovery massage, cleansing yoga session and a purifying facial. Price is at VND 5,500,000 ++. * All wellness programs are private. * 20% discount applies to all additional treatments booked throughout your stay.
Energize – Purify, Revive, Awaken
A one-day program including boxing and traditional Thai massage. Price is at VND 2,850,000++. * All wellness programs are private. * 20% discount applies to all additional treatments booked throughout your stay.
Danang Retreat – Locally inspired wellness
A two-day wellness program including a Vietnamese-style stretch and beach walk, a coffee and coconut scrub, Vie fusion massage, stand-up paddle board or kayak, tension relief massage and Vie facial ritual. The program includes daily meals from our Vietnamese-inspired wellness menu. Price is at VND 7,600,000++. * All wellness programs are private. * 20% discount applies to all additional treatments booked throughout your stay.
Food and Drink
Madame Lan Danang
Offering a relaxing ambiance and an open-air structure reminding you of the small streets of the ancient town of Ha Noi, the restaurant features a variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes with an emphasis on the Central region’s favourites.
Miss Ly’s Restaurant
Located in the heart of Hoi An Ancient Town, the restaurant offers range of specialities both local and international. With the relaxing atmosphere of the old town and its charming decoration and friendly staff, the restaurant offers guests an exceptional dining experience.
Located among a cluster of local restaurants on An Bang beach, Soul Kitchen is the perfect place for enjoying a lunch or dinner with friends and family. Since the chef originates from France, the food shows a French influence.
This golf course has been designed to capitalise on its close proximity to both the warm, tranquil East Sea and the striking Marble Mountains which are visible from various points on the course.
Danang Golf Club
A place where golf’s history is revered as much as the game itself. Here, along Vietnam’s stunning Central Coast and amid a seaside landscape almost identical to what the world’s first courses were carved from, an experience was crafted as much by Mother Nature as it was by the legendary Greg Norman.
Thanh Ha Pottery & Kim Bong Carpentry Village
Thanh Ha pottery village is regarded as a must-go place in Hoi An. You can experience making your own piece of pottery through the instruction of artisans. Kim Bong carpentry village is very famous for its carpentry as almost all Hoi An ancient architecture was produced by their ancestors' talented hands at a time when Hoi An flourished as a major seaport.
Four Traditional Villages Around Quang Nam
This journey to discover traditional craft villages in Quang Nam will take you through hundreds of years of traditional craft villages. Discover the cultural features of the indigenous people, enjoy a meal with a local family and feel the peaceful rhythm of the local people here.
Distillery Tour Hoi An Old Town
Distillerie d’Indochine has chosen the south of Hoi An to establish its unique project in Vietnam and produce a premium Vietnamese rum! It is the only place where you will be able to discover a French alembic and a traditional-aged distillery by a pristine beach! Distillerie d’Indochine is located in a privileged natural environment.
Danang City Full-Day Tour Cham Museum, Dien Hai Citadel & Danang Museum
Da Nang was voted a must-visit destination by The New York Times in 2015. Not randomly receiving such recognition, Da Nang was honored this way because of its beauty and professional services. There are a lot of beautiful and interesting attractions in Da Nang that appeal to tourists all over the world, such as Son Tra Peninsula, My Khe beach, the Marble Mountains, Cham Sculpture Museum and famous bridges, etc.
Discover Son Tra Moutain Adventure By Jeep
Follow in the footsteps of the US Army on this fascinating four-hour tour of the Son Tra Peninsula from Da Nang. Wind your way along the steep roads and hairpin bends of Monkey Mountain as you tackle one of Vietnam’s most hair-raising drives, then journey along the Forgotten Road to visit a former US Army heliport. After soaking up the dramatic coastal views, pay a visit to the beautiful Linh Ung Pagoda before returning to Da Nang. Enjoy a four-hour tour of the Son Tra Peninsula from Da Nang. Take a thrilling road trip up Monkey Mountain and along the Forgotten Road. Visit a US Army heliport and the Linh Ung Pagoda. Explore off-the-beaten-track destinations on a Jeep. This private tour ensures personalized attention from your guide.
Hoian Countryside Villages Adventure By Jeep
On a vintage open-air army Jeep, you can meet the locals to see how they live on a daily basis. Zigzag through rural villages and visit a local family and experience straw mat weaving firsthand. Passing the prawn farms, stop by a local shipyard to learn how local men build their giant ocean fishing boats. Catch the cool breeze from the rice fields and visit a friendly family to cook and taste rice crackers. Later on, drive over the high bridge across Thu Bon River, which offers panoramic views of Hoi An and leads us to the beautiful Cam Thanh fishing village. Stop there to enjoy a basket boat ride under the shade of water palm trees along the river. Pass scenic farms and visit the Tra Que organic garden. It’s time to enjoy a delicious Vietnamese meal in a nice restaurant.
Ba Na Hills Full Day Tour Discover Golden Bridge
Located in the Truong Son mountain range, 25 km (15.5 m) southwest of Da Nang, at an altitude of 1,487 m (4,878 ft), lie the Ba Na Hills. Its temperate climate, unspoiled forest and spectacular views over the city of Da Nang’s awe-inspiring bay and the Lao mountain range made Bà Nà a popular place to retreat for the French. Today, the area still attracts locals and tourists alike. YOUR ROAD TO HEAVENLY SCENERY…Sitting in the cable car cabin, mid-air, looking upon the endless lines of trees of the forests, guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the lush jungle and waterfalls along the way. Experiencing the pristine ecological system of the Ba Na Hills will bring you a sense of unforeseeable discovery. Beginning its inaugural service on 25 March 2009, the Ba Na Cable Car carries guests to the mountaintop within minutes, compared to almost an hour by road previously.
Cycling, Cooking & Farming Tour Tra Que Village - Full Day
Tra Que is a charming little village on the edge of Hoi An. The village is named after the sweet-scented vegetables that spice up the everyday meals of the Pho Hoi people. Here, a new spirit for traditional Hoi An dishes like Cao Lau and Quang noodles can be enjoyed in a cooking class offered by a local host using locally produced Tra Que vegetables and pancakes stuffed with meat (bánh xèo). Experience a day of living and working with the local farmers in Tra Que vegetable village.
Trekking Hai Van Pass, Bach Ma Waterfalls and Forests & Lang Co Beach
Hai Van Pass is a contender for the most famous road in Vietnam, the Hai Van Pass is a short but scenic route winding around a mountainside above the East Sea, on the central coast. Bach Ma National Park is located in a mountainous area exactly on the border separating the former North and South Vietnam. Here, you can see a mix of both landscapes, making Bach Ma much more varied than other national parks. With waterfalls, cool forests and flowering rhododendrons, this area is absolutely beautiful.
Cycle Tour of Vietnamese Countryside Thanh Toan Bridges & Outside Hue
Explore the Vietnamese countryside outside of Hue on this tour of Thanh Toan, a peaceful area where you can see the site of a 16th century village. Get a feel for what life in the region was like centuries ago as you meet farmers, see temples and a rare covered bridge, and take a bike ride along a trail that follows the river.