My Son - the tourism spot that attracts numerous Southeast Asia and Oriental art researchers is the Sanctuary of the ancient Champa kingdom in the past.
The best time to see My Son is in the early morning, admire My Son in a sunrise, enjoy the fresh air and avoid the mid-day high temperatures and the crowds. Visit holy land to have an understanding of a Vietnam’s ancient cultural element of unique sacred and mysterious beauty.
A chilled out 4 hours (about 20km) bicycle tour through the countryside and along the river. Its an easy and relaxing ride, to see the local farmer and fisherman. You don't need to be a strong cycler to follow us.
A day trip to the stunning aqua blue waters and pristine beaches of Cham Island. Try snorkelling (equipment provided) or just relax and unwind in this marine paradise.
Would you like having a cooking experience with local home chef ? Swallow Travel offer this opportunity for those who are looking for an authentic local home cooking experience during their stay in Hoi An
Spending a day of living, working, and cooking with the local people in the Tra Que vegetable village will be a chance for you not only to discover the daily life of farmers but to become a real chef.
If you’re a foodie, cuisine plays an important role in your vacation. Vietnam is all about street food, and Hoi An is no exception.Hoi An City Walking and Local Food Tour is a combination food-tasting and walking tour around the town. We want you to come away from your visit to Hoi An having also experienced it’s rich culture, mouth-watering cuisine, and wonderful people.
Riding on village roads, we explore the villages and hamlets and the shrimp lakes where shrimp are raised by the local people. We stop to enjoy the sights and sounds of the villages and the stunning water scenery as we make our way to the Co Co river. Here, it’s time to throw off our shoes and get wet!
Experience the enchanting sunrise at My Son and enjoy the Sanctuary and its haunting beauty free from the daily crowds
Spend a day visiting the ethnic minority villages of Co Tu, enjoy fresh mountain air, and do some sightseeing on the historic Ho Chi Minh Trail. Take a break for lunch in Ba Hom and learn about the lifestyle and traditions of the Dong Giang hill tribe