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New Signature Tour Coming to Hoi An

July 12, 2017 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Now that we have completed our new Saigon Unseen tour, it’s time to focus our attention on Hoi An. Famous for its Old Town with its covered Japanese bridge; its yellow-painted buildings; incredible Cao Lao noodles; riverside cafes and bars; and, of course, An Bang Beach, with its seemingly endless coastline – Hoi An is a destination not to be missed, and thankfully, it rarely is.

New Signature Tour Coming to Hoi An 1

As one of our most popular destinations, life in Hoi An is much more laidback and relaxed compared to the chaotic and frenzied pace of most Vietnamese towns and cities. The countryside is only a short bicycle ride away, making it a fantastic place to spend a few days, away from the madness of the Saigon and Hanoi streets.

So why do we need a new tour? Hoi An’s Old Town walking tour is a ‘must do’, but it’s getting a little stale. We feel it’s time to reinvigorate this faithful old tour and add our Khiri Travel signature twist. The result is that we are putting together a more interactive tour geared toward doing things rather than just seeing them. Now, in addition to exploring Old Town, you’ll be able to get a taste of local life by taking part in a workshop on making local products – a new way to spend the morning immersed in Hoi An’s incredible charm!

Although it’s still in the development stage, we see this tour as a more personal experience than many of the other tours available. We hope to have it ready in the next few weeks, so keep a look out for the new and improved Hoi An Walking Tour.

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