Private Car From Hoi An to Hue
Transfer from Hoi An to Hue by private car normally takes around 2.5 hours (125 kilometers ~ 81 miles) for going straight. However, travelers usually take some sightseeing on the way there. Especially with our service, you can create your own custom journey with plenty of stops to enjoy the beauty of the scene. Please feel free to ask our driver if you would like to stop somewhere on the way to taking photos (Free of charge).
Price Per Car
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Exchange Rate: 23,000VND
Distance: 125 Kilomiters
Estimated time of drive: 2.5 Hours
Combine visiting places
The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble in Da Nang. It's also a well-known pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels and temples all just waiting to be discovered. Named after the elements metal, wood, water, fire and earth, Marble Mountains exist in a coastal area that is renowned for stone-cutting and sculpture about 9km south of Da Nang.
The caves within the mountains hold many secrets including bullet holes from when troops used to spy on the US soldiers relaxing on My Khe Beach below and buildings standing within the caves and grottoes. There are also Buddhist sanctuaries and places of worship dotted across the mountains which are a much-visited spiritual site. You can even see a special circular cave here. It leads to the summit, where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views.
Duration: 1.5 - 2 Hours
Opening Hour: Daily 07:00 am - 17:30 pm
Tickets: 40,000VND/ person
My Khe Beach
Considered to be Vietnam's most picturesque beach, the white sandy 20-mile stretch of My Khe Beach was named by the American troops who visited during the Vietnam War for R&R. It offers excellent surfing from September just off the shores of Danang.
Once listed in Forbes Magazine as one of the 'World's Most Luxurious Beaches', the stunning sands of My Khe Beach offer surfers and sun-seekers a gloriously unspoiled hideaway
Duration: 20 mins
Entrance Tickets: Free
Linh Ung Pagoda
People in Son Tra Peninsula recalled that, at the time of Minh Mang King (Nguyen Dynasty, XIX century), there was a Buddha statue from nowhere to drift on the sandbank here. Believing that was an auspicious sign, people here established a shrine for worship, from that, the region was stable and fishermen could work in peace during a long time. The sandbank where the Buddha statue drifted was then named Bai But (i.e. Buddha land on earth) also was where Ling Ung pagoda erected today.
Linh Ung Bai But pagoda, Son Tra is the largest pagoda in Da Nang City in both terms of size (about 20 ha) and art of architecture. This pagoda is located in the tourist complex of Son Tra peninsula that was built with a harmony combination between the modernity and tradition of Vietnamese pagoda. The pagoda with turtle shape is located on a hill of Son Tra peninsula, halfway up the mountain, facing the sea, and its back against the primeval forest with many animals and birds of Son Tra peninsula.
Duration: 45 Mins
Entrance Ticket: Free
Hai Van Pass
A contender for the most famous road in Vietnam, the Hai Van Pass is a short but scenic route winding around a mountainside above the East Sea, on the central coast. Đèo Hải Vân – Ocean Cloud Pass – is famous for a number of reasons: as a geographic and political boundary between ancient kingdoms; as a climatic divide between the tropical south and the subtropical north; and as a strategic military post during times of war, both ancient and modern. But, most recently, the Hai Van Pass is famous, quite simply, as a great road trip linking the popular central Vietnamese destinations of Hoi An, Danang, and Hue. For Vietnamese and foreign road-trippers alike, the Hai Van Pass is a favourite ride, its fame bolstered by the popularity of the Top Gear Vietnam Special (2008), in which the presenters waxed lyrical about the pass, inspiring a generation of travellers to take to the road on two wheels and hit the Hai Van Pass. Although it’s certainly not the greatest road in Vietnam, the Hai Van Pass is still a lot of fun to ride, with excellent views, light traffic, and easy access from several cities.
Duration: 30 Mins
Entrance ticket: Free
Lang Co Beach
Lang Co is also known as “An Cu” by the French colonial. Following to stories of local, This village has so many storks that why it is called “Lang Co” (In Vietnamese “Lang” means Village and “Co” Means Storks). From here, you can be the first to see the Sunrise in Vietnam. Lang Co beach is located at the foot of Hai Van Mountain. Nowadays this beach has famous for nature and the most beautiful landscape in Vietnam with white sand-bank along with tropical forest in the mountains.
Duration: 20 mins
Royal Tomb Of Khai Dinh
Emperor Khai Dinh (1885-1925) ruled the country for 9 years from 1916 to 1925. His tomb, however, was built within 11 years, from 1920 to 1931, much longer than his reign.
Under Khai Dinh, Western culture vigorously infiltrated into Vietnam. Khai Dinh himself made a tour to France in 1922. As a result, in his tomb, several elements of the western architecture have been intermingled with the nation’s traditional art, particularly the use of concrete in place of wood, ardoise slates for roofing, iron gates, lightning rods, electric lamps, etc.
Mountains, hills and rivulets round the tomb are exploited to fulfill the geomantic requirements thus offer the tomb a majestic environment.
Unique value of art of the tomb lies with the decoration skill obviously seen in the Thien Dinh Palace. Its interior decoration features colourful mosaics made of millions of ceramic chip.
With diligence and expert hands, artisans of Khai Dinh times have created hundreds of mosaic bas – relief, all elaborate and attractive with graphic designs and arabesques despite the hardness of the materials.
The palace interior resembles a museum of fine arts with pleasing designs in bas – relief which express joy, decorative characters “Tho” (Longevity) and “Phuc” (Happiness), life-size sculpture of the Emperor, showcases for the Royal robes, etc.
Khai Dinh tomb has been classified as a work of “neo - classicism” in Vietnam’s history of fine arts and really a place where “mourning smile”.
Duration: 45 Mins
Opening Hour: 7:00 am - 17:30 pm
Entrance Fee: 150,000VND/ Person
- Basic English speaking driver
- Private car
- Door to door service
- Road tolls, Petro, and parking fee
- Bottled water
- The entrance fee if any
- Food & Beverage, Meal
- Tip and gratuities (optional)
- Additional stops
How To Make Booking
- Please fill in the booking form then our team member will send you the confirmation email in soonest.
- Deposit is not required for the booking, you can pay directly to our driver when finishing your trip.
- You can easily cancel or add sightseeings with the driver.
- You can set the departure time. We highly recommend early departure if you wish to enjoy all the sightseeing.
- This service will only include a basic English speaking driver. Guides are not included