Cruise along the islands around Nha Trang and get a chance to swim among tropical fish and colourful corals
Dip into a mud bath in the countryside which is known to provide several health benefits
View the quiet countryside via a boat ride, pass by fleets of boats and meet with local families
Morning: We will pick you up from your hotel in the morning to visit The Institute of Oceanography. You have the opportunity to visit the Marine Creature Museum which displays more than 80.000 sea and freshwater specimens. After that, we will continue to visit Long Son Pagoda, a pagoda that was founded in the late 19th century and then renovated in 1940.
Next, we will visit the Mat Weaving Village. How different our bed mats are from what you sleep on back home! You can try their hand at a little weaving themselves. A small mat is your present, as well. Next stop is Wooden Bridge. We then continue to visit a Rice Paper Making factory; One of the most popular foods in Viet Nam is made from rice steamed and processed into round pieces and commonly used to wrap the famous Vietnamese rice-paper rolls and Vietnamese spring rolls.
From there, we will travel to see the Palm-Leaf Conical Hat (Non La) being made, which is a traditional symbol of Vietnamese people.
Have lunch at a local restaurant.
Afternoon: Then visit Ponagar Cham Towers which were built during 7th century to honor the goddess Ponagar who was considered to be the mother of mothers, the goddess of the country, and who came to be identified with the Hindu goddesses Bhagavati and Mahishasuramardini. Return to your hotel. End of service.
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