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Hue: Imperial City Guided Walking and Pedicab Combo Tour

1. Hue: Imperial City Guided Walking and Pedicab Combo Tour

The tour guide will meet you directly at your hotel lobby and you will then depart from the city centre and head to the Huong River. Begin with a walking tour along the river. Here you will be able to admire wonderful views along the river banks, and learn more about the emperors of the Nguyen dynasty.  Next stop is the Imperial City of Hue. The guide will lead you around the expansive site and share interesting stories and facts as you go. Discover the forbidden city and the gated courtyard, as well as several gardens, pavilions, and theaters. After visiting the Imperial city, hop on a pedicab to explore the area around the Citadel. Make several stops at interesting places along the way, such as the Fine Art Museum, and the beautiful royal garden of Tinh Tam Lake. See many old monuments that feature sophisticated architectural patterns in harmony with nature.

Hoi An Cyclo Tour in Vietnamese Traditional Ao Dai

2. Hoi An Cyclo Tour in Vietnamese Traditional Ao Dai

Explore the city of Hoi An in Ao Dai, traditional Vietnamese costume - one of the best ways to take in the city’s charm. You will have the opportunity to wear the traditional Ao Dai styles and colors. While exploring the small yet beautiful town, you will admire the quiet, peace and tranquility this place has to offer.  Enjoy the unique atmosphere that combines elements of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese culture. Some of the most remarkable views of the city are from the ancient houses. From here, visitors can catch a glimpse of a long-gone past. Your tour includes visits by cyclo to Hoi An Museum, many of the town’s renowned ancient houses which boast remarkable architecture, Assembly Halls of Chinese influence, art and craft manufacturing workshops, and of course the must-see Japanese Covered Bridge. These locations are considered typical architecture styles in Hoi An and reflect the cross culture among France, Japan, China and Vietnam. Hoi An is a city that has kept the beauty of ancient times, very much alive. Sitting on a cyclo whilst wearing traditional long dresses, you will enjoy a truly unique and insightful holidaying experience. 

Hue City by Cycle Rickshaw: Half-Day Private Tour

3. Hue City by Cycle Rickshaw: Half-Day Private Tour

Climb aboard a cycle rickshaw in Hue City and experience the former imperial capital of the Nguyễn Dynasty via an iconic Vietnamese mode of transport. Vietnam’s version of the trishaw or cycle rickshaw, the 3-wheeled cycles are pedaled by a driver, with you in front! Your driver will pick you up from your hotel and whisk you around the city’s most impressive sights, starting with Tinh Tam Lake (Lake of the Serene Heart), one of the most famous beauty spots of Hue and a former tributary of the Perfume River. Explore the Imperial Citadel, a sprawling complex of pavilions, moats, temples, and museums. Check out the central Flag Tower, built during the reign of Emperor Gia Long. Then see the entrance gate of Ngo Mon, where the Emperor would address his officials. Discover the Nine Dynastic Urns in front of the Mieu Temple, and Nine Holy Cannons of the Nhan and Quang Duc Miradors. Get panoramic views of the Citadel and city from your unique mode of transport, providing a different view of Hue life.

Nha Trang: Private 3-Hour Pedicab Tour

4. Nha Trang: Private 3-Hour Pedicab Tour

Your 3-hour tour begins as you board your pedicab for a short drive to Tran Phu Street on Front Beach, the most scenic street in Nha Trang. From here, you will set out on a panoramic tour of Nha Trang. You will travel by pedicab to the main streets of the city; view and photograph the charming fishing village of Xom Bong; enjoy views of the historic Nha Trang train station; witness the daily activities of local sellers and the Pasteur Institutes; and see the beautiful beach in Nha Trang city. On your journey you will pass a Stone Church - officially known as the Kito King Cathedral - standing at a height of 12m in the city center. The church is a popular wedding venue for young couples, and is favored among photographers due to its beautiful inside space. Once again you’ll board your pedicab, this time for a drive to the bustling Cho Dam Market, the largest of only two open-air markets in the city. Located next to a large pond, the two-story market can accommodate up to 6,000 shoppers. From the day’s fresh catch to the latest in fashion, everything can be found at Cho Dam Market.

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What people are saying about Central Vietnam

Our cyclo drivers Man and Mr Tung were right on time for our pick up and then our English speaking guide So, arrived as well. We had a fabulous morning with them, visiting several places we wouldn’t normally have seen. So was very knowledgeable and his English was easily understood. It was a great way to see Nha Trang city. Thank you so much we had a fun time

Very nice Cyclo Tour - great guide.

An enjoyable few hours around town and to Imperial City. Booking did say 3 - 4 hours but was only 2 1/2. It also said pick up was 8.00 but was 9.00. That needs to be changed on the booking for future. Otherwise an good morning tour.

The company was very easy to deal with. David our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable. Would highly recommend.

It is well organized tour and guide was excellent.