Transfer from Hoian

Hoian to Danang

Transfer from Hoi An to Danang for sightseeing then end trip in Danang or back to Hoi An is running by Asia Impression Travel. Danang has a lot of nice beaches, many nice hotels even luxury resorts, golf center with cheaper cost than Hoi An. So travelers like to visit Danang city to see its highlights. The distance between Hoi An and Danang is only 35km. It takes around 40′ driving by private car transfer. The best way transfer from Hoi An to Danang city for half day or full day tour is by private car. It will be more comfortable and convenient as Asia Impression Travel’ driver team can speak English.

Hoian to Mylai Massacre

Hoi An to Myson by private car with driver is transfer option tour for your exploring some history war places in Son My village, Quang Ngai province. This trip give you a wonderful experience within only one day to learn about Vietnam War. We have chance to understand more about the tragic part of Vietnam History with the visit of the My Lai monument. Within only one-day tour out of Hoi an you will collect overview about this land from ancient time to modern history of Vietnam. All of them will be exposed by visiting and the American war’s remnants of My Lai’s massacre. This site was built in memory of the civilians who were killed during the American War. It is located on the land where the American troops cruelly massacred the local people on the morning of 16 March 1968.

Hoian to Myson

Hoi An to Myson by private car with driver is most choice from travelers in recently. You just need basic need for transportation and other cost such as entrance fee, meal you manage by your own. If you need to learn more information we suggest to rent a tour guide with cost from $30.00usd per day. We suggest depart at 8:00am is the best time. Hoi An is a small city in Central Vietnam famous for its wooden houses, family chapels, Assembly Halls and for its silk shops. It is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century for Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese and Arab merchants who traded mainly in high quality silks. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site. If you are interested in historic places or World Heritage Sites you can spend 1 day to explore Myson Holy-land to learn more about Cham’s Cultures.