Take a trip from Hoi An aboard Vespa for a truly unique tour experience. Head to the historic My Son temple complex, stopping at a local market and charming villages along the way. Admire beautiful riverside scenery and have an authentic local meal.
What to Expect
Join our classic Vespa Tour for a comfortable, stylish and authentic trip from Hoi An. Our unique tour route will take you on a scenic adventure, visiting the region's culture, historical monuments, and beautiful countryside scenery, as well as exploring the rural life of Vietnamese people in your own way.
The tour will start at your hotel in the morning, where your local guide will pick you up and begin the journey towards My Son, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Our first stop will be at a local market to get a better picture of the daily lives of the people. The market is crowded, bustling and colorful in the morning, so enjoy your chance to take some great photographs.
The next stop will be the traditional village of Phuoc Kieu, a centre for local artisans and brass work. Take a walk through this 200-year-old, and enjoy a meeting and exchange with Mr. Duong Ngoc Sang - the oldest craftsman living in the village. Learn more about the traditional way of casting brass products, practiced in this area for centuries.
Next, we will reach My Son sanctuary, a temple complex that was the central praying and worship ceremony place of Cham Pa kingdom. These amazing Hindu temples were built starting in the 4th century, up to the 14th century. While much of the architecture was destroyed during the Vietnam war, the remaining shrines and temples are truly an amazing sight.
On our way back, we will stop at a local restaurant for lunch. Enjoy traditional Vietnamese food as look out on a beautiful view of the river.
- Vespa rental
- Admissions fees
- Cold water
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Know Before You Go
Please email us your full hotel details in the "leave a comment for the local supplier" section during booking.
Please note that there is one driver per passenger - the passenger does not drive the vesper.