4-day be real local people in center Vietnam

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Price from: $237 USD

Destinations: Da Nang icon-16  Hoi An icon-16 Hue city 

Explore the most popular destinations in Vietnam Multi Centre to enjoy stunning natural scenery, historical sites, and savor lifestyle in each city.
From being fishermen to real farmer, this 4-day private Multi Centre Holidays to Vietnam tour offers you the opportunity to taste a part of “labor pains”, learn some basic working skills, especially, feel the enjoyment of fruits.
Learn the history of Vietnam in The Imperial Citadel and King’s tombs and taste typical dishes served in the middle of Vietnam. Meet interesting people and contemplate breathtaking scenery not only in a small bamboo boat lightly flowing with water and two lines of green trees on both sides but also a bike ride between golden rice fields and small houses.

Highlights of  Multi Centre Vietnam Holidays trip:

  • Experience two of the most popular work of locals in Hoi An
  • Walk around Hoi An Town– top attractive town in the world.
  • Have a silent conversation with some of palace of historic interest in Hue.
  • Savor the authentic Vietnamese villages with a range of bamboo trees, buffalos and ancient houses dyeing the color of time.

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Full Itinerary

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Day 1: Danang arrival – Hoi An/ overnight in homestay

Da Nang departure: After your flight lands at Da Nang airport, you will be met by your tour guide at the arrival hall, and will transfer you to your hotel by private car and driver. It costs about 40 minutes to move Hoi An town.

Hoi An welcome: Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.

Local life Exploration: Let’s get acquainted with the daily lifestyle of residents in one of the most peaceful center in Vietnam by:

  • Learn about how to lift the big fishing net out of the water and how to spread the unique fishing net named “RO” into a professional circle to catch fish and others daily activities of the local fisherman.
  • Feel the way control a very unique round boat (Basket Boat) or Thung Chai in Vietnamese and start discovering the floristic composition with relaxing and then having fun with catching the special Purple Crabs at The Coconut Palm area.
  • Be a guest in a family home constructed from bamboo and water coconut to enjoy tea and a taste of what life is like for traditional fisher-folk.
  • Take part in dying some work of the local farmers such as: watering and fertilizing and collecting vegetables…at Tra Que – a small farming community located about 3 kilometers northeast of Hoi An and learning the history of the most highlight historical and architectural arts, etc.
  • Cook some special local Vietnamese food such as the village specialty named “Tam Huu” spring rolls using the local herbs and vegetables we have just picked or Xeo Cake ( Banh Xeo) with local people’s guideline.
  • Relax with 20-minute massage by traditional style.

Free-time Idea(s): Find your dinner in some great places bellowed:

  • Mermaid Restaurant (2 Tran Phu St): For local specialities, you can’t beat this modest little restaurant, owned by local legend Vy, who chose the location because it was close to the market, ensuring the freshest produce was directly at hand. Hoi An’s holy culinary trinity (cao lau, white rose and banh xeo ) are all superb, as are the special fried wontons.
  • Mango Mango (45 Nguyen Phuc Chu St): Celebrity chef Duc Tran’s most beautiful Hoi An restaurant enjoys a prime riverside plot and puts a global spin on Vietnamese cuisine, with fresh, unexpected combinations to the max.

Today useful note(s):

  • Having chance to do some work of fame this day so you should dress convenient clothes.
  • Having comfortable shoes to walk around.

Meals: __/Lunch/__

Overnight in Hoi An

Day 2: Hoi An walking – Danang – Hue

Hoi An Walking: We start to set on foot to discover the hidden charms of this town. Its unique architecture has been created by a combination of Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese influences.

  • The Japanese Covered Bridge is an invaluable property and has officially been established as the symbol of Hoi An. It is claimed that it was created by the Japanese then living in Hoi An as a way to reach the Chinese quarter across the water.
  • The Fujian Assembly Hall, which bears all the fundamental features in structure of a Chinese Assembly Hall, is believed to be built by Chinese merchants of the Fujian Province.

Incredible Coastal Line:

In the afternoon, we will transfer to Hue city – a historic citadel, which takes you 3 hours by Hoi An private car. On this way, there are many famous heritage places that you are interested in, such as:

  • Marble mountain- is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngu Hanh Son ward, south of Da Nang city in Vietnam. The five ‘mountains’ are named after the five elements: metal, water, wood, fire and earth.
  • Cham museum founded in 1915, has the world’s largest collection of Cham artifacts, housed in buildings marrying French-colonial architecture with Cham element dating from the 5th to 15th centuries.
  • Hai Van Pass is called the road “a deserted ribbon of perfection—one of the best coast roads in the world.”
  • Lang Co beach is an attractive island-like stretch of palm-shaded white sand, with a turquoise lagoon on one side and 10km of beachfront on the other.

Free-time Idea(s): Let’s enjoy the tasty dishes in the popular way such as

  • Com Hen (17 Han Mac Tu St): Tuck into bowls of rice (com hen) or noodles (bun hen) combining fresh herbs and tasty local clams from a nearby island in the middle of the Perfume River.
  • Excellent spot for a hearty bowl of bun bo Hue , the city’s signature noodle dish combining tender beer, vermicelli and lemongrass. Next door at number 19, Ly Thuong Kiet is equally good. Both sell out by early afternoon.

Today useful note(s):

  • This day you will visit pagoda so you are required to dress up formally.
  • Taking some steps up marble mountain or easy climbing so you should take sport shoes.
  • Check your luggage carefully and all your personal items of passports, visa etc. before leaving your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/__

Overnight in Hue

Day 3: Hue – peaceful Sinh Village – Thanh Tien –half day city tour

Hue says “Hi”: Hue is one of the main cultural, religious and educational centers of Vietnam. So far, Hue remains to be the only originally historical vestiges city in Vietnam.

Deep Insights in Hue:

To get closer with Hue, you have to spend time on dropping in these destinations bellowed:

  • Walk or cycle to Toa Kham pier- a French metropolis constructed in 1878, served the colonial administration.
  • Take on board along Huong river watching Bao Vinh old town which hosted a busy port in 18th century, had 39 old buildings standing at the end of the American War.
  • Stop in Sinh Village where traditional painting handicraft has been practiced for hundreds generation and get a chance to meet the artisans and learn more on their age old techniques.
  • Ride the small village of Thanh Tien which was traditionally the place where local craftsmen produced paper flowers, with techniques that had been passed down through the generations for hundreds of years.
  • Taste the gentle and unique flavors of Hue cuisine while you are on board in extraordinary picturesque.

Hue city tour:

Finish your day, we will take you to the historical and spirit attractions of your city tour, which helps you to learn and look back Vietnam long-life history including:

  • Tu Duc’s tomb is the most popular and impressive of the royal mausoleums. The enormous expenditure of the tomb and the forced labor used in its construction spawned a coup plot that was discovered and suppressed.
  • The Imperial Citadel built in the 11th century, reflects a unique South-East Asian culture specific to the lower Red River Valley, at the crossroads between influences coming from China in the north and the ancient Kingdom of Champa in the south.
  • Thien Mu Pagoda (namely Heaven Fairy Lady Pagoda), built on a hill overlooking the Perfume River, 4km southwest of the Citadel, is one of the most fascinating and ancient pagoda in Hue city.

Free- time idea(s):

  • Listen to Hue chamber music -a kind of scholarly musical art combined with the quintessences of the folk and chamber music, which performs everyday in Truong Sanh Residence (Hue Imperial City) at 10:00- 10:30 AM or 02:30- 03:00 PM (free of charge).
  • Enjoy the royal festive music which was performed in the royal regular audiences parties, and so on. At present, the royal festive music performance is organized at Thái Hòa palace (Hue Citadel) from 08:00- 08:15 a.m, and from 02:00 – 02:15 p.m everyday.

Today useful note(s):

  • This day you will visit pagoda so you are required to dress up formally

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/__

Overnight in Hue

Day 4: Hue Departure

Hue goodbye: your four-day tour in Vietnam is coming to the end. You have free time on your own to walk down the street and pick up any great images to bring back to your country before being transferred to the airport.

Today useful note(s): please check your luggage carefully and all your personal items of passports, visa etc. before leaving your hotel

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Meals: Breakfast/__/__

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What's Included & ExcludedPrice


  • Hotel accommodation in twin/ double sharing basis with daily breakfast.
  • Door to door pick-up/transfer service with private air-conditioned vehicles
  • All private transfer and transportation.
  • Experienced English speaking guide (no tour guide on airport transfer)
  • Domestic Flight Hanoi / Hue & Danang
  • Meals as stated in the itinerary (B: Breakfast/ L:Lunch/ D: Dinner)
  • Entrance fee and Sightseeing tickets
  • Free Approval document for Visa on arrival 1 month Single entry (no deduct if arrange the visa yourselves).
  • Services charges and Government taxes.
  • 1 small bottle of water per person on day trip.
  • One by one care service 24/7 during the trip.


  • Meals, Beverages which do not specify in the program
  • International flights
  • Personal Expenses, tips and gratuities
  • Travel insurance
  • Bank fee

List Of Accommodation Recommended

City Superior class Deluxe class Luxury class
Hoi An Pomelo Garden homestay
or La Sa homestay
Hue Romance hotel Eldora hotel Indochine Palace


If at the time of booking, any hotels or rooms in the list above are fully booked, we will endeavor to find accommodation of a similar standard elsewhere. If the only available accommodation is of a higher or lower standard, we will revise the price accordingly and consult you immediately.

* We suggest central location hotels and highly recommended on Tripadvisor in our list.

Please, Contact us for the best price

*S.R.S: Single Room SupplementKid < 5 years old: Free of charge (share services with Adult)

Kid 5-10 years old: 50% Adult
Kid >10 years old: 100% Adult price

* At the time of quotation, Travel Sense Asia reserves the right to adjust prices to take account of unusual movements in currency markets, hotel and transport costs as a result of inflationary price pressures in oil and other commodity markets.

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Useful information for travel in Vietnam

What’s the difference between 3, 4, and 5 -star hotels?

We usually arrange centrally-located and Western-standard hotels. Five-star hotels are usually palatial with huge lobbies and comfortable rooms, their standards not quite matching the best of Paris or New York, but very close. Four-star hotels have quality facilities, but not as luxurious as five-star hotels. Three-star hotels meet the needs of most Westerners, but breakfasts have less choice. We also recommend some courtyard hotels or Vietnamese-style hotels with local features and architecture. These hotels have a good ranking, or positive feedback from our customers, and TripAdvisor. Usually, hotels in big cities, small cities, and rural areas are a bit different, even if they have the same star level. We try to use the best available hotel in each place.

Passport & Visa Requirements

You may be required for visa to Vietnam. Please check the list of countries which need visa to Vietnam in this links: Who need visa to Vietnam? Vietnam Visa is issued by Vietnam Embassy in your country or “Visa on arrival”. Travel Sense Asia will offer free visa to Vietnam for you (except some difficult countries). You will need one clear page (per visa) in a full passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of your departure from Vietnam.

Currency Exchange

As currency exchange rates in Vietnam fluctuate, we suggest you refer to the following website for daily exchange rates: www.xe.com or www.vietcombank.com In 2015 the USD & VND has been around 22.500VND per USD. There are many ATM machines that accept both Visa and Master card, but these are limited to cities. We also recommend the use of cash and travelers checks in USD currency. Major credit cards are accepted in most shops, but they may charge a 2–4% transaction fee.


It is customary to tip service providers in the travel industry in Asia, depending on the service. Tipping is expected — though not compulsory — and shows an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your tour. Recommendations for tipping drivers (3 USD per person per day as a guideline) and local guides (8 USD per person per day as a guideline) would depend on the quality and length of the service. In additionally, you will sometimes use rolling boat, cyclo riding, porter which you should give a small tip to these local people.


Eating is an important part of your Vietnam experience. Generally, breakfasts are included in the itinerary and offered by hotels. Travel Sense Asia recommend local Vietnam restaurants that are popular with local people for lunch. You can order dishes with the help of your guide. We usually leave dinner for your own choice — Western food can be found in most large cities. If you are vegetarian or you are looking for e.g. halal food, please feel free to inform your travel advisor, who can arrange a restaurant to fit your needs.


We use comfortable sedans or vans with air-conditioning. The comfort and safety of our customers is of utmost importance, so we ensure that all of the vehicles that we use are well maintained and always very clean. Our drivers take pride in their vehicles. Our car and van are always available space for a comfortable trip. Luggage – All clients are limited to two items of luggage each; a suitcase with a maximum weight of 20kg and one piece of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 7kg. It is essential that your luggage is lockable. Please note that authorities will only allow bottles onto the aircraft if they have been checked in as main baggage. Bottles in hand luggage may be confiscated.


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In Vietnam the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A / C / G. Below you find pictures of these power sockets and corresponding plugs. And we provide more information about the voltage and frequency. Climate – You will find a complete packing list and a helpful climate chart in the ‘Suggested Packing List’, which is included in the pre-departure information link sent within your deposit documentation. Seasonal weather patterns can be quite unpredictable. Up to the minute information on worldwide weather can be found on www.weather.com.

I’ve been working as a tour-guide in Vietnam for a long time before became a travel advisor and tour designer at TSA. I’m really interested in touching clients’ need to authentic experience in local. Let us take care of your dream in Indochina.

Henry – Travel Sense Asia Expert Tour Designer

We have spent years finding and developing the very best team in Indochina. Our team is knowledgeable, flexible and friendly, but rich in personality. They are the best team on ground to care out your dream of Indochina. Their goal is to be a lovely host, and to entice you back. Let contact our team if you want history, facts, local inside tips or even to ask about their lives they are happy to share.

Julie – Travel Sense Asia Sale Manager

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