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We will pick you up from the hotel in Hue city. The tour will start with a visit to a hat and incenses stick making village, you will have the opportunity to learn the traditional job of people here and you can buy some for souvenirs…
Next is a short drive to visit Emperor Tu Duc royal tomb: Tu Duc designed the exquisitely harmonious tomb, which was constructed between 1864 and 1867, for use both before and after his death.
Arteward transfer to another imperial tomb of Emperor Khai Dinh, which is unlike Hue’s other elite tombs, being a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Even the stone faces of the mandarin honor guards are endowed with a mixture of Vietnamese and European features.
For lunch, you will be back to the city to enjoy Vietnamese food.
In the afternoon we visit to the Imperial and Forbidden City of Hue, most of the contraction site of a heyday royal dynasty were destroyed during the turmoil of the war for many years but there is still the sense of grace and majestic of the rulers.
You will visit the Hue citadel: the tallest flagpole of Vietnam (37m-height), Ngo Mon Gate where King Bao Dai ended Nguyen dynasty in 1945, Thai Hoa Palace (Palace of Supreme Harmony), Hall of the Mandarins, Forbidden Purple city…
From here we continue to visit a symbol of Hue - Thien Mu pagoda, which was built in 17thcentury on the top of the hill overlooking the river and Truong Son mountain range. This pagoda is one of the oldest Buddhist Pagodas in Vietnam and is not only an iconic simple but also the Buddhist school of Hue City.
Visiting this site, we will see the old car which was used by Thich Quang Duc who drove to Saigon and decided to immolate himself to protest the Saigon government during the American and Vietnam War in 1963.
After visiting this place, we cruise the beautiful Perfume River by dragon boat viewing daily life along the way. Visit some villages and do not miss viewing sunset on the river. At the end, you will be transfer back to your hotel and the rest of day is free at leisure.
Today we will enjoy the most beautiful distance in Central part of Vietnam on our way to Hoi An, a world heritage site. It is only 140 km long but there are many things for us to see. Tam Giang Lagoon, Lang Co beach, Lang Co fishing village, Hai Van pass, Danang City, Marble Mountain and Hoi An.
Hoi An, a lovely ancient seaport city located on the bank of Thu Bon River is not only famous for its architecture, temples, pagodas, ancient trading houses, tailor shops but also the hospitality and friendly people of this place.
We will have a short stop to view Lang Co beach and this picturesque fishing village before we drive up to the top of Hai Van (Ocean and Cloud) pass. It is really a fantastic panorama view of Nam O beach and Danang City, the third biggest city in Vietnam.
The development of this city is incredible in term of its infrastructure and modernization.
We also visit to Cham Museum which all artifacts were collected in My Son sanctuary and it is absolutely an amazing collection of art and culture of Champa of Kingdom.
On our arrival Hoi An, we check in hotel then take a history walking tour to the ancient quarter of Hoi An and visit most of local tourist attractions such as: Thien Hau temple, Japanese Covered Bridge, Tan Ky ancient house and then you are free at leisure.
Overnight in Hoi An.
Today we actually take our hand on activity at the farm and try to be a farmer for a day at Tra Que vegetable village which provide all kinds of vegetable and Vietnamese mints to Hoi An market as well as to local restaurants.'
After having breakfast at hotel, we take a bike ride toward this beautiful village and start our activities here. First the host of the farm give us a warm welcome to their home then we will change our clothes and put on the farms’ wearing and take stool to start our working day on the farm.
First we take a short stroll around the vegetable garden and listen to the history of the village. Then we prepare the land by learn how to hoe the soil and make the furrowed field, fertilizing with seaweed, raking the ground, sowing, watering, picking vegetables and how to seedling and watering from the host’s instruction cheerfully and happily. Just be a farm impersonator to experience the local life.
Working on the farm with a lot of fun and laughing for an hour, we get back to the host family and enjoy a traditional food massage.
Putting our tiring feet in a bucket of warm water associated with traditional herbs and then join cooking with ‘Tam Huu’ spring roll, ‘Banh xeo’ - a local pancake of people in Viet Nam middle region.
Next we enjoy lunch with the host and it is a truly Vietnamese cuisine, a typical food for daily life of all Vietnamese. After your morning excursions and lunch, you learn how to harvest and wrap the vegetables. Bid farewell to your host family before riding back to your hotel and end of service.
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