AI Travel Planner

AI Travel PlannerRoam AroundAI Travel Planner


day 1
November 28
Morning. Start your day by visiting the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge, one of the most photographed sites in Hoi An, built in the 16th century. Afterward, head to the Hoi An Market, a bustling marketplace that offers an array of local food, spices, and handicrafts.
Afternoon. Explore the ancient town of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which boasts beautiful architecture, temples, and pagodas. Take a boat ride along the Thu Bon River or wander through the colorful lantern-lined streets of the town. Don't forget to visit the Reaching Out Tea House, which is a social enterprise supporting the deaf and mute community.
Evening. End the day with a visit to a tailor shop and have a custom-made outfit tailored to your liking. Then head to Mango Mango, a restaurant that specializes in fusion cuisine, or visit the Night Market for a variety of street food options.
Bedtime. Find amazing hotels in
day 2
November 29
Morning. Begin your day with a visit to the Marble Mountains, a cluster of five marble and limestone hills, each representing an element of nature. Take the elevator to the top of the mountain to enjoy panoramic views of the city and the ocean. Afterward, head to the An Bang Beach, a picturesque beach with white sand and clear water.
Afternoon. Visit the Tra Que Vegetable Village, a small farming community that produces a variety of herbs and vegetables. Learn about the traditional farming methods and enjoy a cooking class where you can cook and eat your own Vietnamese meal.
Evening. Visit the Cargo Club, a cafe and restaurant that offers a variety of local and international cuisine. Alternatively, head to the Hoi An Ancient Town to enjoy live music, street performances, and local snacks.
Bedtime. Find amazing hotels in
day 3
November 30
Morning. Take a half-day trip to the My Son Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that consists of a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined temples and towers built between the 4th and 14th centuries by the Cham people.
Afternoon. Take a bicycle tour through the countryside and visit the Thanh Ha Pottery Village, where craftsmen use traditional techniques to create beautiful pottery. You can also visit the Cam Thanh Village, where you can take a bamboo basket boat ride through the water coconut forest and learn about the fishing techniques used by the locals.
Evening. Enjoy dinner at the Morning Glory restaurant, which offers a variety of local dishes made with fresh ingredients.
Bedtime. Find amazing hotels in
day 4
December 1
Morning. Take a day trip to the Ba Na Hills, a hill station and resort that offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Ride the cable car to reach the top and visit the Golden Bridge, a pedestrian bridge held up by two giant stone hands.
Afternoon. Visit the Hoi An Silk Village, a museum and showroom that showcases the history and production of silk in Vietnam. Learn about the different types of silk and the various stages of production.
Evening. Head to the Lantern Town Restaurant for a delicious dinner, which serves a variety of local and international cuisine.
Bedtime. Find amazing hotels in
day 5
December 2
Morning. Take a cooking class at the Red Bridge Cooking School, where you can learn to cook traditional Vietnamese dishes. You'll also visit the local market to buy ingredients and learn about the different types of herbs and spices used in Vietnamese cuisine.
Afternoon. Visit the Cua Dai Beach, a beautiful beach that offers a variety of water sports and activities. Alternatively, you can relax and enjoy a massage at one of the many spas in the city.
Evening. Visit the Bale Well restaurant for dinner, which offers a variety of local dishes and a unique communal dining experience.
Bedtime. Find amazing hotels in
Rate This Itinerary
Share trip