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Half-Day My Son Bike Tour from Hoi An

  • Bike tour from Hoi An to My Son
  • See the Hoi An countryside away from tourist sites
  • Ride with an experienced, local guide
Half-Day My Son Bike Tour from Hoi An
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Half-Day My Son Bike Tour from Hoi An
Pedal from Hoi An to My Son Sanctuary on a half-day, small-group bike tour that explores small villages and rural landscapes. You’ll cover roughly 15.5 miles (25 km.) of quiet paths and country roads, getting an up-close look at daily life in the Hoi An countryside, then visit the My Son ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage Site whose temples and towers are surrounded by thick jungle. To ensure personal service throughout the day, group size is limited to eight people.
What to Expect
Gather this morning at our our conveniently located shop up a small alleyway in central Hoi An. Your guide helps fit your bikes and offers safety instructions before we head off. Cycling to the riverfront of the historic district long before crowds descend we continue across the river. Leaving the city behind on our way to My Son we venture onto rural pathways accessible only to bikes and motorbikes. Before long we are pedaling through small villages, past family farms and rice fields, greeting workers in the fields along the way.

Depending on the season we pass rice, corn and even sunflower fields in the beautiful rural landscape of the region. For much of the morning we sneak through a network of shortcuts and connections that only locals would know.After replenishing with a healthy snack of fresh fruit, local coffee or tea, we arrive at the entrance to this UNESCO World Heritage site of My Son. New regulations require we park our bikes and board electric shuttle vans to the main ruins.

The temples and towers of My Son were built by the Cham people, initially Hindu then later of Muslim faith. The Cham Kingdom once dominant in the region was eventually conquered by Vietnamese with descendants of the original tribes now scattered throughout the region, mostly along inland waterways.  Following out tour of My Son board our private van for the transfer back to town, arriving in time for lunch.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Fabulous bike ride - highly recommended.

Our family of five did the bike ride with Mike. We are not experienced bike riders and this tour was excellent. Beautiful countryside and the very easy riding along flat roads. The scenery was spectacular. Highlights were visiting the village and having a sugar cane...More

Thank Tara S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Nice relaxing bike tour

Highly recommended. Don’t get put off by the 20km+ of cycling. The roads /tracks are good and the bikes are excellent. You get to see the more local quieter side of Hoi An. He took us through the rice fields, rode along the river, through...More

Thank simon w
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Good ride, customizable to your abilities

I enjoyed the ride immensely. We mostly avoided the busy roads, by taking country roads through villages and fields. Our guide was very pleasant to be around and interesting to talk to. The bikes were better than others I have used in SE Asia. My...More

1  Thank Emily T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Cycle tour to My Son sanctuary.

This was our 3rd tour with GRASSHOPPER and once again they didn’t disappoint us. The only reason I choose them is that I know their safety standards are high with very good bikes,excellent helmets and great guides.Our guide Ky( pronounced Gay) took us through villages...More

Thank paanPerth
Reviewed July 7, 2018 via mobile
Amazing tour and guide! A must do tour in Hoi An

My girlfriend and I did this tour and it was amazing. Ky was a fantastic guide who let us stop along the way for some photos. It was fascinating seeing the local villages and all the rice fields. The ride itself was flat and easy,...More

Thank traveladdict128
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