Once known as Faifo, Hoi An was one of the orient's major trading ports in the 16th and 17th centuries. After the Thu Bon River linking Hoi An to the sea silted up ocean going ships were no longer able to sail into town and trade moved 30km up the coast to Tourane, known nowadays as Da Nang. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of the weather and war, the center of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. A cycling tour is the best way to see the town and the nearby areas in the countryside.

Hoi An is now enjoying something of a renaissance as tourists flock to the once peaceful town. The ancient streets and temples have withstood this modern onslaught remarkably well, and Hoi An remains a "must see" on any tour of Vietnam. The streets themselves - narrow and faced with formidable frontages of ancient "shop-houses" - together with the town's remarkable and eclectic architectural styles, evoke a feeling of times gone by, and it isn't difficult to imagine the town of three- or four hundred years ago, bustling with trade and enjoying its economic and cultural heyday. 


Start from your hotel at about 8:00 Am & ride your bike to a Lantern Making Workshop to learn how to make lanterns. We will spend 02 hours with families to learn all the work stages: from sharpening bamboo, bending into frame, cutting cloth, sticking and completing lanterns under the guidance of enthusiastic craft-men. You will have a souvenir from the family : The lantern made by yourself.

Continues to ride to the Shrimp Farm to see the biggest Farm on the outskirt of Hoi An. After the Shrimp Farm, we go to Tra Que Vegetable Village - a charming little village specialized in producing “safe” vegetables to Hoi An markets. In this village, you will be taught by a local family how to grow vegetable. Lunch with the local family

After lunch, we will ride back to Ancient Quarter of Hoian, discover the historic town which used to be a prosperous seaport city during the 17th to 18th centuries. Visit Japanese Covered Bridge, Phung Hung Ancient House, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, Hoi An Local Market, Hoi An Fish Market, and Traditional Handicraft Workshop. You can also see the Hoianese raise silkworms and produce silk for Hoi An's burgeoning textile industry.

Tour finishes at your hotel around 17:00.


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