Did you know that CNN named Hoi An one of the ten most beautiful towns in Asia?
Departure & Return:
– Location: Hoi An old town
– Depart Details: 8:30am or 3:00pm
– Return Details: 12:30pm or 7pm .Returns to original departure point or drop off point of your choice
Hotel Pickup: Pick up will be at the hotel lobby
Cancellation: Cancellation at least 24 hours ahead before the date of activity booked to receive full refund.
Part 1: Hoi An walking tour
About Hoi an ancient town
From the 16th century, Hoi An was an international trading port and a stop on the world’s Silk Road. As a result, Hoi An is a lovely and romantic city filled with lanterns, ancient houses, and tailor shops.
If you visit Hoi An, you should take the Hoi An walking tour and learn how to make lanterns, which you can keep as a souvenir. Billy Vietnam Travel wishes you a memorable stay in Hoi An with us.
ITINERARY FOR A HALF-DAY WALKING TOUR IN HOI AN
We received your reservation in the morning and afternoon. Our tour guide will meet you at your hotel and begin the Walking Tour of Hoi An.
Our tour guide will take you to the ancient town of Hoi An to see the Japanese Covered Bridge. A beautiful bridge built in the 16th century by the old Japanese as the Sword on the Back of mamazu- a sea monster that has caused earthquakes in Japan.
Our tour guide will tell you about the beautiful architecture and history of this magnificent bridge.
Then we’ll go to Tan Ky’s old house. It is a 200-year-old Vietnamese merchant house with magnificent Vietnamese, Japanese, and Chinese architecture.
The name Tan Ky, meaning “Progress Shop”, was given to the house by the second generation to express the owner’s wish for a prosperous business.
Located at 101 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the Old Quarter of Hoi An Ancient Town, Tan Ky Old house is an almost perfect example of a 18th merchant’s residence in this major commercial port town.
You will be explained how beautiful it is in Fengshui and the settings of this ancient house.
We will continue our Hoi An Walking Tour by visiting the Fujian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien Assembly Hall). It is a typical Chinese Assembly Hall where Chinese businessmen worship the Goddess Mazu, the sea mother who assists and rescues people in accidents on the sea.
In the Chinese community, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall is a very important business club.
Following the beautiful Chinese clubhouse, we will go to the local handicraft space to learn how to make Hoi An lanterns. The locals will show you how to make the traditional Hoi An lantern.
You will keep the beautiful lanterns you made as a souvenir.
Lastly, we’ll visit the Hoi An market. It is the largest market in Hoi An’s ancient town.
He/she will show and explain how the locals sell and buy things, as well as how to bargain.
Part 2 : Hoi An amazing food tour
The tour guide will then introduce you to Hoi An cuisine, and you will have the opportunity to sample some of the city’s most famous dishes. You will enjoy four traditional dishes that can be found nowhere else but in this ancient city.