This trip is for every traveler with an interest in the cultural heritage of Vietnam. It takes you from the city of Danang, one of Vietnam's major international ports the and home to the Cham museum, the ancient and picturesque town of Hoi An, once one of South-East Asia's major international ports during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. From here we will travel onto the old Imperial City of Hue which served as Vietnam's capital under the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty from 1802 to 1945.
My Son is a former capital of the ancient Cham civilization that ruled in the central Vietnam area between the second century and the thirteenth century. Hinduism from India heavily influenced these peoples religion. Located 60 km. from Danang, My Son is considered to be one of the best-preserved Cham structures in Vietnam. The complex is comprised of seventy Hindu-like towers and temples dating from the second century. This site is a must-see for those people who are interested in architecture and ancient civilizations and is now one of the four world heritage sites in Vietnam.
Upon arrival at Danang you will be greeted by our guide who will begin by escorting you on a tour of Danang City, including the Cham Museum where you can find out more about this ancient but advanced civilization. After leaving Danang we will make our way the short distance to Marble Mountain, where there will be the opportunity to climb to the top and admire the temples that have a commanding view over the surrounding district. After working up an appetite with the climb you can make the short stroll or drive to DaNang beach for lunch.
Located 4 km to the east of Hoi An old town, the beach of Cua Dai is about 3 km long, 1 km of which is ideal with white sand, blue sea, clear, sunshine, cool water and sloping sea floor. Therefore it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Central Viet Nam. Along the beach is a stretch of willow trees. From very early in the morning, the living force of fishing villages is going on vividly and impressing while early swimmers from town come to the beach in great numbers.