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Asia Impression Travel

Hue, Vietnam
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About Asia Impression Travel
Asia Impression Travel is a Travel Agency that has International Tour Operator License, we provide all services related to tourism such as: all kind of tours (private and group), motobike/car rental, bus/train/flight tickets, hotel booking... We are sure all service provide to guests with best price and services.
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Custom One-Way Transfer from Hue to Hoi An

Explore a range of fascinating attractions and beautiful natural scenery during this one-way private car trip from Hue to Hoi An. Make the most of your 90-mile (145-kilometer) journey between the two cities as you enjoy a personalized visit to sites including Lang Co Beach, the scenic Hai Van Pass, Non Nuoc Stone Carving Village, the Marble Mountains and more. Best of all, you get to pick the sites you want to visit. Your transfer also covers an English-speaking driver, road tolls and parking fees.
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6 hours
from $69.00

Hue City Motobike Tour

Tour the highlights of Hue on this exciting full-day motorbike trip. Riders of all skill levels can participate, as you’ll have a driver operating the bike. On your route, see the countryside’s rice fields, bridges, and market; visit the Imperial Citadel, home of the Nguyen Emperors of Vietnam, and its Purple Forbidden City; and stop by the 7-story Thien Mu Pagoda. Convenient hotel pickup included for a hassle-free trip.
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6 to 7 hours
from $24.00

Hue To Hoi An Top Gear Motorbike Tour

Transform your ride from Hue to Hoi An into a thrilling adventure on an 8-hour motorcycle tour. After hotel pickup, hop on behind your guide and head to the iconic Hai Van Pass. Pause for photo opportunities along the way, including Lang Co Beach and Marble Mountains. Enjoy a break to swim at the Elephant Waterfall and eat lunch (at own expense).
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8 hours
from $55.00

Car transfer from Hue - Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hill - Hoi An or Vice Versa

Renting a private car with an English-speaking driver from Hue to Danang/Hoian (or vice versa) is really interesting activity when you visit Vietnam.  You will visit many places on the way: Lang Co Beach, Hai Van Pass  and The Golden Bridge in Ba Na Hills - the main point of this trip, you could spend more time here. Then, transfer to your hotel in Danang/Hoian.

Note: This is one way transfer from Hue to Danang/Hoi An or vice versa with sightseeing on the way.
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6 to 8 hours
from $91.27

Visit Paradise Cave from Hue (Private tour)

Paradise Cave (Động Thiên Đường ) discovered by scientists of the British Caving Research Association in 2005, has the length of 31km, the longest dry cave in Asia. With naturally primitive features, Paradise Cave looks like a landscape painting, making it very attractive to visitors. According to spelunkers, the deeper one journeys into the cave, the more one feels the wells of heavenly clarity all around. There are a series of white crystal stalactites resembling glass pillars and many other spectacular formations.
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10 hours
from $119.00
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Nicolas B wrote a review Jan 2020
Berlin, Germany11 contributions5 helpful votes
My fiance and I traveled to from north to south vietnam in 3 weeks. While in Danang (3 nights) and Hoi An (3 nights) we had the best tour guide. Huy was friendly and his english is really great. Huy explained interesting facts and took us for a day tour around city. We went to a fishing village and cought some crabs. Then out to the countryside to vegetable farm. There we enjoyed vietnamese cooking class which was delicious. In addition Huy was able to help me with some special requests, like finding a quality and good priced tailor. This trip was booked in collaboration with Hello Laos travel agency and Ashley there was Great! Would go back in time and repeat! Will have to plan another trip in the future just to visit Huy again :)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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John J wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
I booked the Hue to Hoi An tour, but should have booked the other way around, which my bad! After ringing the company, they arranged a trip to Marble and Monkey mountains with Tony, a great guide....and both ar well worth a visit. I apprecuate the understanding, willingness and flexibility.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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StefaniaSss wrote a review Apr 2019
Bucharest, Romania3 contributions3 helpful votes
Our driver Davis was very pleasant and stopped at very nice sights between Hue and Hoi an. English ok for Vietnam.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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OmanGobinath wrote a review Jan 2019
Vietnam76 contributions6 helpful votes
gone with family in private car from danang in haivan pass in tunnel way ,scenery was awesome in hai van pass ,Hue not that much attractive only thing long travel as a bachelor from danang go in motorbike worth to visit
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Charlotte wrote a review Dec 2018
London, United Kingdom15 contributions12 helpful votes
Our driver was nice but - without trying to sound super rude - his breath was awful so whenever he'd start talking the smell would fill the car and make me feel a bit sick. I'd rather him stay quiet rather than explain the sites 🙈 It was a cloudy day so the view from the mountain wasn't great but that's obviosuly not the drivers fault. Fingers crossed if you book that you have a clear day. The temple at the Marble mountains was really good but I didn't enjoy the drop off at a marble shop ad being coerced into buying something, which we didn't. But hey, it was more interesting than a cab
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