Our trip to Vietnam – Part Three (Danang)

On the fourth day of our trip, we flew from Hanoi to Danang. There, we visited Cham Museum which houses the world’s finest collection of Cham art. We proceeded to Marble Mountain where we saw China Beach from the top. We also visited a traditional Chinese Communal House, Hoi Kien Temple, ancient Merchants’ Houses, the 400 year-old Japanese covered bridge and a colorful local market.




The next morning, we went northward along the scenic coastal road to Hue. After we had lunch, we checked-in to a hotel. Afternoon, we had a boat ride along the ‘Perfume River’. We visited another Pagoda and an old village called Kim Long village where most ancient garden-houses remain. When the boat returns, we had a chance to admire the sunset on the river.




Next morning, the Hue City Tour, we visited the Imperial Citadel and one of the most typical Royal Mausoleum of Tu Du King. After that we went for lunch. After lunch, we had a free leisure for shopping at Dong Ba market. Then we went to Hue airport for a flight back to Ho Chi Minh City. After dinner, we went to check in at the Hoang Gia Huy Hotel.



Stay tuned for the final part – My Tho & Ho Chi Minh

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