Post Tours

TECHNICAL VISIT ON 19TH JUNE 2015

Please download the Post Tour Registration Form to reserve your spot, and view the MTF 2015 Information Note for more information.

 

Option 1: Hoi An Ancient Town (Half-Day)

 

Marble Mountains (Five elements mountains) is a cluster of five hills located are 9km south of Da Nang, on the way to Hoi An. The five marble hills or “mountains” are named after the five elements (Ngü Hånh) of the ancient oriental philosophy. There are a number of caves, grottos and Buddhist temples on the mountains with nice natural entrances and tunnels. The temples make the area a popular pilgrimage site. The Marble Mountains are also famous for their traditional stonemasonry activities.

 

Hoi An Ancient Town is truly the most charming place to stop in central Vietnam. The preservation of 18th century architecture and way of life in the old town continues to lure wide eyed visitors. Once you arrive in Hoi An, you will wish you had planned to stay longer. It’s a place that tugs on your sense of peace. It’s safe and easy to explore. December in 1999, Hoi An Ancient Town was officially listed as a World Heritage Site.

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Option 2: Da Nang City Tour (Half-Day)

 

Marble Mountains (Five elements mountains) is a cluster of five hills located on the way to Hoi An. The five marble hills or “mountains” are named after the five elements (Ngü Hånh) of the ancient oriental philosophy.

 

Son Tra Peninsula is 10km from the center of Da Nang City to the North-east and is 693m high above sea level. Son Tra Mountain can be seen from every places of the city. Son Tra looks like a mushroom of which cap is Son Tra Mountain and stalk is a beautiful sandy beach that affords an ideal area for bathing, playing sports, fishing and swimming.

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Option 3: Ba Na Hills (Full-Day)

 

Located in the Truong Son mountain range 25 km at an altitude of 1487m, its temperate climate, unspoiled forest, and spectacular views over the city of Da Nang’s awe-inspiring bay and the Lao mountain range made Ba Na a past popular place to retreat for the French long ago. Ba Na Hills – the double Guinness World record breaking cable car, honored as both the longest and highest non-stop system in operation. The 5,042m high cable car ride takes about 20 minutes, reaching a vertical rise of about 1,500m above sea level. However you will experience the cable car ride up to the hills. Upon arrival you will visit to the Ba Na Hills Fantasy Park – an indoor entertainment complex.

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Option 4: Cotu Ethnic Minority Community Village (Full-Day)

 

Nam Giang is a remote mountainous district locates in Quang Nam province. It is famous with The Grang Waterfall – a privilege that nature has generously given to Nam Giang and Tung Tung Ya Ya dance; a traditional Cotu performance, usually reserved for special occasions such as harvest time or the annual village buffalo festival. Once you arrive in Nam Giang, you will learn about the culture, traditions and lifestyles of the Co Tu has remained untouched by time and they are truly one of Vietnam’s most authentic hill tribes.

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*Note: In case the delegates want to experience other tours instead of 4 options listed above, please directly contact Vitours for booking (delegates will pay the expenses).

 

Ms. Phan Nha Quyen, Sales

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Email: sukien vitours.com.vn