41 days in Quang Nam Province Itinerary

41 days in Quang Nam Province Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Quang Nam Province planner

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Hoi An

— 40 nights
Indisputably one of Vietnam's most atmospheric destinations, Hoi An contains a World Heritage-listed old town boasting over 2,000 years of culture and history.
Get outdoors at Nature & Wildlife Tours and Adrenaline & Extreme Tours. Visit Tam Thanh Beach and An Bang Beach for some beach relaxation. Change things up with these side-trips from Hoi An: Bang An Tower (in Dien Ban), Mỹ Sơn (in Duy Phu) and Tam Ky (Tam Thanh Community Art Village, Khuong My Towers, &more). On the 26th (Sun), spend a fun day on foot with Walking tours. Make the 7th (Fri) a memorable day with a climbing tour. Next up on the itinerary: relax and rejuvenate at some of the best spas, steep yourself in history at Ba Le Well, take in nature's colorful creations at Jack's Cat Cafe, and take in the pleasant sights at Tra Que Vegetable Village.

To find ratings, other places to visit, photos, and more tourist information, read our Hoi An trip planner.

Da Nang to Hoi An is an approximately 1-hour car ride. You can also take a bus. In July in Hoi An, expect temperatures between 39°C during the day and 30°C at night. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 24th (Mon) early enough to drive back home.

Things to do in Hoi An

Tours · Historic Sites · Museums · Outdoors

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Quang Nam Province travel guide

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Quảng Nam is a province in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam. It is bordered by Thừa Thiên–Huế Province to the north, the nation of Laos to the west, Kon Tum Province to the southwest, Quảng Ngãi Province to the southeast, the South China Sea to the east, and the city of Da Nang to the northeast.HistoryQuảng Nam was once the political and near the geographic centre of Champa. For some time both the most powerful city-state and the busiest Cham port (at Hội An) were located in what is now Quảng Nam. Trade in luxury goods from the Central Highlands was the basis of this wealth and power. As a result of warfare with Vietnam, the centre of political power of the Cham shifted south to Vijaya. The trade in luxuries continued for some time under the Nguyễn lords but declined gradually, especially under the Nguyễn Dynasty and further in colonial Vietnam, when the economic focus shifted to the agriculture of the large river deltas.The province was split into two in 1962, with the southern half known as Quảng Tín Province. The two provinces were merged again after unification in 1976.

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