Hội An, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam



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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 3.5 hours
Maximum number of people: 10
Location: Vietnam, Hoi An
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A comprehensive experience through the delightful Hoi An Ancient Town while dressing up in traditional Vietnamese costume, the elegant “Ao Dai”, a beautifully preserved UNESCO World Heritage Site which has remained virtually unchanged through the centuries.
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Exploring Hoi An in Áo Dài – Vietnamese traditional costume is one of the best ways to take in
the city’s charm. You will have the opportunity to wear the traditional Áo Dài styles and colors.
While exploring the small yet beautiful town, tourists and frequent visitors alike find that it is a
place of quiet and peace.
The unique atmosphere here combines elements of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese culture.
Some of the most remarkable views of the city are from the ancient houses. From here, visitors
can catch a glimpse of a long gone past and more subdued and simple time.
The tour includes visits by cyclo to Hoi An Museum, many of the town’s renowned Ancient
Houses which boast remarkable architecture, Assembly Halls of Chinese influence, Art Craft
Manufacturing Workshop at 9
Nguyen Thai Hoc St., and of course the must-see Japanese Covered Bridge.

Want to get your own Ao Dai?
**Additional service: 1,260,000 VND (to get 1 set of one “Ao Dai" and 1 trousers)
Transfer and transportation as per itinerary
Entrance fees
Rent of 1 set of “Ao Dai”
Bottled drinking water
English speaking tour guide (other languages available upon request)
Travel insurance
Tips and gratuities
Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc
All cancelation from guest arise additional charges as follows:
- Before 15:00 on the previous day of the departure day: 50% charged of the total tour cost.
- After 15:00 on the previous day of the departure day/no-show: 100% charged of the total tour cost.
- Customers cannot receive any types of compensation in the case of annulations is due to a force majeure.
Tips and gratuities
Personal expenses such as: shopping, telephone, beverage, etc.